About DJCubby
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Hey, it's DJ. I've been gone for a while, but I'm back. I'm starting over with a new website and a clean slate. I even

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Hi all :)

First I feel I need to explain why I would even ask this question. I tend to focus on the overall picture of things most of the time. I think about all the d

Publish as soon as complete.

You may check below resource
.

Hope this helps.

Ok, sounds like a plan. Thanks :)

Awesomeness and you're very welcome.

Hey Dj,

Bets you'd love Kyle's updated training, as these questions are all answered in his Online Entrepreneur Certification course. See screen print below...

Hope you find this helpful

Updated? Cool, I'll check it out. Thanks!

Well I am not an expert but if you don't have many posts linking is hard to do. I know that some people use plugins to help create internal links but again I think that has to mean they already have lots of posts.
I just go back and add links. Also now that I have a fair number of posts creating internal links while I go is becoming more common.

Yeah, I'm starting on a new site so not many posts yet. I just have this mental internal linking scheme in my head that makes me feel like I am publishing incomplete material when I want to be able to just say, for more about that click on this article.

My last post I had to turn into 3 because it just covered too much. It was like 4,000 words. After reading it, I realized I was trying to say everything, so I found some good keywords for two of the subtopics and started new posts.

Thanks for the quick response!

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Looking for some advice on articles that will be linked?

Looking for some advice on articles that will be linked?

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Getting Started

Hi all :)

First I feel I need to explain why I would even ask this question. I tend to focus on the overall picture of things most of the time. I think about all the d

Publish as soon as complete.

You may check below resource
.

Hope this helps.

Ok, sounds like a plan. Thanks :)

Awesomeness and you're very welcome.

Hey Dj,

Bets you'd love Kyle's updated training, as these questions are all answered in his Online Entrepreneur Certification course. See screen print below...

Hope you find this helpful

Updated? Cool, I'll check it out. Thanks!

Well I am not an expert but if you don't have many posts linking is hard to do. I know that some people use plugins to help create internal links but again I think that has to mean they already have lots of posts.
I just go back and add links. Also now that I have a fair number of posts creating internal links while I go is becoming more common.

Yeah, I'm starting on a new site so not many posts yet. I just have this mental internal linking scheme in my head that makes me feel like I am publishing incomplete material when I want to be able to just say, for more about that click on this article.

My last post I had to turn into 3 because it just covered too much. It was like 4,000 words. After reading it, I realized I was trying to say everything, so I found some good keywords for two of the subtopics and started new posts.

Thanks for the quick response!

See more comments

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I've been studying best practices for image sizes on our websites. It used to be, you only had to upload an image no wider than your main column. It was good to reduce image si

Hey Dj,

Personally, I think you are overthinking this. If you fully optimize your images and comply with the suggested sizes of images by your theme, you should be fine. Successful bloggers are doing just that. That's my take on this. Hope you find this helpful.

Thanks. I do tend to overthink stuff. :)

Whenever you upload a new image, WordPress generates three additional versions of it in different sizes: thumbnail, medium, and large. Your original image remains as a full-size option. See below.

- Thumbnail size (150px square)
- Medium size (maximum 300px width and height)
- Large size (maximum 1024px width and height)
- Full size (full/original image size you uploaded)

As long as your original (full) is larger than Large size, it should look and fit ok.

Thank you :)

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Should we bother worrying about image resolution for retina?

Should we bother worrying about image resolution for retina?

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I've been studying best practices for image sizes on our websites. It used to be, you only had to upload an image no wider than your main column. It was good to reduce image si

Hey Dj,

Personally, I think you are overthinking this. If you fully optimize your images and comply with the suggested sizes of images by your theme, you should be fine. Successful bloggers are doing just that. That's my take on this. Hope you find this helpful.

Thanks. I do tend to overthink stuff. :)

Whenever you upload a new image, WordPress generates three additional versions of it in different sizes: thumbnail, medium, and large. Your original image remains as a full-size option. See below.

- Thumbnail size (150px square)
- Medium size (maximum 300px width and height)
- Large size (maximum 1024px width and height)
- Full size (full/original image size you uploaded)

As long as your original (full) is larger than Large size, it should look and fit ok.

Thank you :)

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