Changes are Coming to WordPress: Introducing Gutenberg

The classic WordPress WYSIWYG editor made it easy for anyone who had previously used Microsoft Word to easily create and update content in WordPress. However, over time other platforms have made the editing experience more dynamic and flexible. WordPress has been working on improvements and they are rolling out this new editor, Gutenberg, this month. Gutenberg uses a block-based system for adding, editing, and manipulating content.

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Is Web Site Design (and Maintenance) Like Yard Work?

I first wrote this post six years ago. But as my interest in gardening has grown and websites continue to grow in complexity and importance, I again found myself comparing sites and landscaping. This Spring, I have spent a lot of time doing gardening, yard work, and landscaping projects. As I was busy working outside, I was struck by the similarities between being a homeowner and maintaining my yard and being a business owner and maintaining my online presence through my website and social media. I don’t even know if there is a difference between all of those words? I grew up in a house in the woods. Before my husband and I bought our home in Portland, Maine, in 2006, I had little experience with yard work. After that, I lived in college dorms, apartments, and finally, a condo in Chicago. Then we bought our house. We realized that yard work takes a lot of time and energy. When […]

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Do I Need A Privacy Policy on My Website?

Privacy Policy

When we work on web sites for our clients one of things I always ask is for them to provide content for a privacy policy. Many of our clients are surprised that we are asking for this as they may not have a policy written up, even if they already have a web site live for their business.

To help you understand why you need a privacy policy and the important details you should consider, I asked Adam Nyhan to provide some insight. Adam Nyhan is an attorney affiliated with Opticliff Law, LLC and a former General Counsel at a New York software firm.

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