Moving hosting can be a very intimidating prospect. And doing it with absolutely no downtime is a terrifying necessity. This guide aims to walk through the process step by step and hopefully should make the whole process seem a bit easier. Remember, if you ever need...
If you’ve ever built a website with a professional, I’m sure that you’ve at least heard that it is important to save your images for the web. But why? Why does it matter? In 2020, high-speed internet is almost an expectation, so shouldn’t your user’s connection speed be able to handle if you don’t save those photos down? Well.. yes and no. Mostly no… here’s why.
Heritage Hills is a garden and landscaping business that has been serving Newburg, West Bend, Cedarburg, Germantown, Mequon & surrounding Southeastern WI areas for nearly 30 years. I had the opportunity last season to oversee a full redesign of the website, bringing it into 2020 strong!
Google Analytics has become an incredibly powerful tool since it’s creation in November of 2005. Since then we’ve seen featured added and improved. We’ve seen new ways to collect data and use that data to better improve our websites. But as it’s grown complexity, a new user might have no idea what to look for when they jump into their Analytics account. In this article, I aim to make it a little more accessible for the average user.
Have you ever gone to a website and saw some typing effects? It was really popular about a year ago, but in the age of page-speed being everything it has seemed to lose its popularity. That said, it’s still a super cool effect, and one to showcase here!
When creating a sales funnel or any contact form, adding that little extra touch of personalization goes a long way! In this article, I’ll explain how to create a Thank You page that includes the user’s first name in the page content. Screenshots and code are pulled straight from my website here at Zealous Sites. :)
I’ve been doing freelance work for over a decade. When I first started, I had no idea what I was doing. The only work-ethic I had to speak of was what was instilled in me from my middle-class, mid-western family. There were some growing pains and hard lessons I learned along the way.
Sometimes there are situations where there just isn’t quite the right module for the job. What do you do then? In this blog post, I’ll cover how I handle those limitations by expanding Divi with either WordPress plugins, child themes, or custom modules.
Have you seen an inline form powered by Divi and wondered how it was done? Wonder no more! I’ll show you exactly how I did it on my own site here! All you’ll need is a Divi license, a tiny bit of CSS understanding, and the ability to copy-paste. :) So without any further delay, let’s get right into it!
This is the follow-up to A Senior’s Perspective. If you read that, then the last thing you heard was that I was at home playing the waiting game.
In this article, I’m going to go over what I did when I was met with this unique challenge. I’ll cover what I tried first, what I knew from experience, and what ultimately was the solution.
We moved. It’s been rough. 3/10. Would not recommend moving during a pandemic.
Every website, from large corporations’ like Google.com or Nationalgeographic.com to small resume websites all have something in common: a footer. In this article, I’ll cover what exactly is a footer and how do you create one that doesn’t suck in Divi?
A heatmap is a visual representation of where certain data points are being met. Heatmaps could be used for anything from population density to application interaction to a literal map of where it’s hot outside. In this article, I’m going to confine the discussion to simply talking about website page heatmaps. I’ll discuss what type of heatmaps there are, how to set one up, how to read the data, and whether or not they’re relevant in today’s web.
In this article, I’ll cover how to install WordPress using this new SiteGround Client Area & Site Tools. And just to be safe, I’ll also cover how to install WordPress using cPanel, since it’s possible (and likely) you still have cPanel on your server.
The age of the great browser wars of the 2000s is over. Chrome won. With a total market share of over 80%, Chrome has become the browser that most people are using (and loving). If you’re still stuck in the 90s on Internet Explorer or 2000s on Firefox, then this is more than a How-To. This is a plea from a web developer. Please, please, please use Google Chrome instead. You’ll love it. It’s just better. Here’s why.
The Coronavirus has become a global pandemic in a very short time.. Why? Many aren’t taking it seriously as the killer it can become so quickly. Some believe it is just a hoax. While others believe it’s something blown out of proportion and not a valid threat at all....