When you go to fonts.google.com and pick out your fonts, Google gives two simple instructions for adding the fonts to your website. If you have a WordPress website, those two suggested methods aren’t the best practice. Read More
WordPress doesn’t have the nicest default URL structure (website.com/?p=123). Aside from having an ugly looking default URL structure, it’s also not very SEO friendly. Don’t worry though, it’s extremely quick and easy to get the SEO url you desire. Read More
Using a WordPress child theme helps prevent any loss in changes made to a theme after it’s been updated. When you use a child theme all your customizations will be saved, even after updating the main theme.
Your child theme requires only 3 items: functions.php, style.css and a new child theme directory. Read More