Make 2019 your website’s most successful year.
Make 2019 your website’s most successful year.
Gain additional customers, make more sales and improve your website with our easy tips.
Whether Small Business Saturday, Black Friday or Cyber Monday is the sales holiday you want to tackle, it’s a good idea to get your website in good working order so you’ll be ready.
Get more done, in less time, with our five easy solutions.
Keep your information secure with this simple addition.
If there’s one bit of spring cleaning everyone needs to do, it’s changing your passwords.
Make your site more accessible, to both users and search engines, through easily adding alt text to your images.
Did you promise yourself big changes in the new year? Now that February’s hit, maybe your inspiration has waned — if so, our Project Managers have the right advice to help you stay motivated.
Consider this free calendar download our gift to you.
Password security can be tricky. Creating and remembering secure passwords can be irritating, but the results of having a simple password — getting hacked and losing control of your information — are scary. The good news? A strong and secure password that will protect your website is just a few steps away.
Getting great customer service is possible. Here’s how to ensure your phone call or email results in the support you need.
Have you ever been trying to put a photo into your WordPress Media Library and gotten a message saying your picture is too big? Or have you snapped the perfect selfie for your social media profile, only to be told your file size is too large? Finally finding the right photo and not being able to use it is frustrating — especially if you don’t have an image resizing application like Photoshop.
“Copy and paste” can’t be your approach to content strategy. Here’s why.
Step right up! Step right up! We’ve got the most amazing, fantastic, fool-proof, cure-all-of-your-woes blog post you’ll read this year! We’ve got the top 100 reasons to keep reading and #57 will leave you in tears!
Worried about whether the malware attack on Microsoft’s operating systems could effect you? We’ll help you protect yourself.
Need to find your blogging mojo? Whether you’re looking for tips, networking or to gain exposure, consider adding one of these conferences to your calendar.
Get your blog up and running with these essential (and free!) resources.
If you’ve ever daydreamed about leaping tall buildings in a single bound or flying an invisible plane and resolving problems with a lasso of truth — well, so have we. Who hasn’t wanted to save the day or find a creative approach to common tasks?
At Infomedia, we create custom websites for our clients — and we usually build them in a CMS like WordPress or Craft so clients can update their own websites with up-to-date information, new blogs and even navigation and page changes. But sometimes these changes don’t show up until you clear your cache — here’s how to do it.
In December, Infomedia web designer Joy Sandlin visited the University of Alabama as a guest of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations’ portfolio review. The review is part of a program the University began in 2015 to assist future art directors and writers with developing professional portfolios before graduation.
Secure your website’s data and improve your site’s SEO ranking with SSL.
If you love to eat, drink, read or write, this Birmingham Public Library’s six-day festival kicking off October 1 is for you.
Staying healthy at Infomedia, including the WorldWide WordPress 5K — otherwise known as “the 5K blogged about around the world.”
Whether you’re using a laptop, tablet, or mobile device, here’s a checklist of apps and tech tips to make traveling easier.
With temperatures consistently reaching the high nineties or more, leaving your phone in your vehicle can quickly lead to overheating. How do you prevent an overheating phone, and what do you do when you realize your phone has gotten too hot?
Want to learn how to take the next step in personal and web security? Need a refresher on the very best practices for passwords? These scary password stories remind us why web security is important. Our password best practices can help.
A tech-related Mother’s Day gift could be the perfect solution to the question of what to get mom for Mother’s Day this Sunday, and we have some great ideas.
Want to learn how to resize an image in WordPress, choose a size for the image on your website or blog or upload a photo into WordPress? We’ve got you covered!
“Easter Egg” is a term for a fun surprise that a developer has added to code in hopes that the user gets a little laugh when they stumble across it. Don’t want to wait to discover Internet Easter Eggs by accident? Here are a few of our favorites (some of these might work best if you’re using the Google Chrome browser).