I know John Green is often seen as an overrated author – his books are super famous in the world of YA fiction and he’s also got a huge internet-Youtube following. A lot of people like to point out how “over it” they are – how they don’t see what’s so appealing about John Green’s writing and how his books are nothing to write home about. However, I’ve actually always been a fan of John Green – from when I first read Looking for Alaska up until the present day, when he’s just come out with this book, Turtles All the Way Down. Read more “Turtles All the Way Down by John Green”
So, you’ve heard about Google Analytics and want to get on board, but you’re a little confused about how the whole thing works. No biggie! This post will introduce you and guide you through using Google Analytics so you can familiarize yourself and get the most out of it. Read more “How to Use Google Analytics”
Although everyone seems to agree on the fact that Internet Explorer sucks, the general consensus on the other main Internet browsers is less clear. This post will be comparing the top web browsers so you can make an informed decision about which one you should be using and which ones you should avoid.
For this post, I’m going to stick to web browsers made for desktop use rather than mobile use, since there are a whole other fleet of browsers made just for mobile. If you’re interested in a post on mobile browser comparisons, though, let me know in the comments and I can definitely make a separate post about that as well.
Now, onto the browser comparisons: Read more “Ultimate Internet Browser Comparison”
Sometimes, it can be difficult to discern between plugins that our site actually needs and plugins that do nothing but take up space and clog up our site. In this post, I’ll be sharing my favorite WordPress plugins that I think are essential to having a successful WordPress website. Read more “Essential WordPress Plugins”
First, determine the type of web hosting you have (if you don’t already know).
For Linux web hosting, .htaccess pages are used to automatically redirect visitors to the HTTPS version of your website. Read more “How to Redirect to HTTPS”