Posts by Smartketeer 324
First of all, let's see the term itself ... What is a glossary (or dictionary)?A glossary (dictionary) has definitions of terms listed in the alphabetical order on a specific subject. The next obvious question: why should you add a glossary to your website? Well, the answer is also very obvious ... A glossary or dictionary section has all the terms and abbreviations related to your business, so it will help you to easily and efficiently explain industry and niche topics to your readers/customer
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Traditional print media - newspapers, magazines, etc - have been using the well-known multi-column layout since the very early days of printing ...The goal and the idea itself is very simple: to make it easier for readers to read a smaller text while using the available space economically.And it works!Hence the logical question: why are we so obsessed with single column layouts when it comes to online publications?Well, I don't know the answer, but the fact remains: single column layouts are mo
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Traditional print media - newspapers, magazines, etc - have been using the well-known multi-column layout since the very early days of printing ...The goal and the idea itself is very simple: to make it easier for readers to read a smaller text while using the available space economically.And it works!Hence the logical question: why are we so obsessed with single column layouts when it comes to online publications?Well, I don't know the answer, but the fact remains: single column layouts are mo
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Let's start with the WHY part ...The principle itself is pretty simple: a countdown timer feature can help you to efficiently showcase important achievements, anniversaries, upcoming sales events, product launches, etc.It's a simple yet powerful, proven method that can help you to build anticipation and improve user engagement.Here are a few simple, common scenarios:a cool "Coming soon!" page before launching a new website, product, service, etcduring a site maintenance to let visitors know whe
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It's sad, but it's true: there are too many avenues through which underage users can access inappropriate content online.And no, I'm not talking expressly about adult sites ...Believe it or not, there are a variety of - moral, ethical, legal, monetary, etc - reasons for needing to restrict access to your content.Just a few examples:your website contains adult content or other topics that are unsuitable for childrenyou sell or promote anything alcohol, drug or cigarette-related which it shouldn&
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We all know how powerful and important social media is ...But, Wordpress doesn't come with a social media profiles section, so we need to find and implement various solutions in order to generate social proof and engagement.This is why there are so many social plugins and widgets out there ...But, there's a small problem ... Most of those solutions aren’t truly flexible ... Usually, they will allow you to add specific features following a specific, pre-defined pattern, layout, etc. And th
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First of all, let's clarify the terms and let's see why should you use tooltips on your website ...Basically, the tooltips are text labels that appear when the user hovers over, focuses on, or touches an element. Originally, they were used to "identify" a given, activated web element ... However, nowadays they are much more dynamic, appearing when a user lands on a page or being automatically triggered after a specific interaction with another element.In other words, they will act like smaller,
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Let's start with the obvious question ...Why should you embed actual tweets on your Wordprerss website?Well, the main reason is pretty simple ... An actual embedded Twitter feed looks much better than a simple quote or a screen capture ...But, that's just the visual aspect ... The truth is that an embedded tweet comes with many benefits.First of all, the embedded tweets have interactive features! From an embedded tweet, you readers can ...join the conversation with a simple reply to the tweetvi
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A few days ago one of my followers asked me how she can embed a PDF file in her blog in order to make it available for others not only to view it, but to download it as well ...Well, I've made some research, and of course there is a solution ...I'm talking about a cool plugin called Google Doc Embedder, which will allow you to easily embed a wide range of file formats in your Wordpress website.And before you ask - despite its name - the plugin doesn't require you to have a Google Docs account .
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Here's a rock solid fact: the food niche is one of the deepest and most lucrative niches ... And the truth is, that once you get involved, the only limit is your imagination ...It's an extremely complex niche with a huge, almost endless array of well-narrowed sub-niches, product categories and marketing avenues.This is why we can see a constant increase in the number of food blogs, restaurant websites, etc, and this is why each day millions and milliond of people search the web for recipes.And
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