Category: WordPress Tips

Using WordPress to Increase Profits

Using WordPress to Increase Profits

The goal of many web designers is to maximize the amount of money they earn on a regular basis. As with any profession, it is often nice to work less and make more so that additional time can be spent with friends and family. If you are trying to figure out a way to increase […]

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Learn To Make More Money With WordPress

Learn To Make More Money With WordPress

Website designers always intend to make the hefty dollars for hours they spend working. With the new ones coming and asking me for the ways to increase their income per hour, there is certainly a scope of improvement in increment everywhere. Let us look at the options. Designing is definitely a creative art and depends […]

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The Improved WordPress Interface And Navigation

The Improved WordPress Interface And Navigation

After having installed and set up WordPress, most users run into difficulties related to the user interface or the navigation scope offered. These WordPress features were rather limited initially, but with several add-ons in the form of plug-ins, many of these shortcomings have been rectified to a large extent. The plug-ins have aided in enhancing […]

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Essential WordPress Plug-ins to Increase Your Search Engine Ranking

Essential WordPress Plug-ins to Increase Your Search Engine Ranking

If you want to get your business going then you should be working on a good search engine ranking in order to drive traffic to your website. Most people nowadays are using WordPress, which basically does much of the work for placing you in the page ranks, however, there are some SEO features that are […]

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Don’t get stressed get systemized!

Don’t get stressed get systemized!

Building a website can be a stressful process and sadly, a dull one. There is a lot of repetition involved, and if you’re working as part of a team a lot of head scratching. Especially if you came into a project late on and you are trying to decipher some code. The solution to keeping […]

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10 CSS best practices

10 CSS best practices

CSS is an amazing web tool, but it can easily get messy or sloppy.  To get the best out of it, you must stay organised.  So no more sloppy code, or unrecorded hacks.  Your education in organising your CSS code is about to begin. Keep organized.  Rather than dropping in classes and id’s at random, […]

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Tips for laying out content in web design, part 2

Tips for laying out content in web design, part 2

In part 1 of our tips for laying out content in web design, we showed you four ways to display content in a web design.  Though these tips are very useful in their own right, we have another four that we wish to bring to your attention, and we are going to start with a […]

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Freelance web design tips for avoiding project planning disasters.

Freelance web design tips for avoiding project planning disasters.

In our last two articles that focused on the dilemmas of freelance web designers, we looked at general tips, http://www.dreamtemplate.com/blog/web-design-tips/tips-for-new-freelance-web-designers/, and tips for effective project planning, http://www.dreamtemplate.com/blog/web-design-tips/freelance-web-design-and-project-planning/. This article looks at why bad planning is so common, or more accurately why underestimating the amount of time a project will take is so common.  Hopefully, once […]

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Free WordPress Themes for web design.

 WordPress, as you are no doubt aware, has exploded in popularity over a very small space of time.  It has become a business in its own right, with developers selling themes at every opportunity, and coming up with ever more daring, imaginative and practical designs.  And why not, money is money, after all.   Despite […]

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WordPress or Joomla, decisions, decisions, decisions…

As the regular readers of this blog have guessed, at Dreamtemplate.com we do like WordPress for our blog pages.  Indeed, WordPress, has taken off and is being constantly improved and modified, more or less all the time.  Should we though, be using Joomla for our blogging pages.  Are they really the same tool, or is […]

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