We don’t dwell on problems here at Synthesis. We seek solutions. And in Sucuri, we’ve found a partner in fighting malware and keeping our hosted web sites safe so our customers can have peace of mind.
Here at Synthesis, we believe StudioPress makes the best premium themes in the WordPress world. Today, I’m going to tell you about a handful of Genesis child themes that I have personal experience with that you should strongly consider using.
In this week’s link roundup, find out about the impressive improvements in Premise, what you can learn about marketing from the Ironman World Championship, plus advice on styling quote elements, good and bad links, and domain registration tips.
Does your video strategy have you on a path towards success or towards feeling vanquished like the “radio star”?
It all starts by understanding the answers to these four questions, all of which we see in our help desk on a regular basis.
Speed and security are our primary focus here at Synthesis. It’s an obsession. An advantageous one for you, the serious WordPress publisher, who merely wants faster, more reliable, and secure website hosting …
In this week’s links, gain insight about how to protect and serve your audience, what riding a bull taught one member of the Copyblogger team about life, plus 65 essentials about online business.
Today, let’s discuss another simple issue we see from time to time on customer sites that needlessly kills page load times while providing nary a benefit: unoptimized images.
In honor of the late, great Stephen Covey, here are the seven habits of highly effective WordPress users.
In this week’s link roundup, we help you improve your online marketing with a step-by-step plan for setting up a WordPress website, valuable tips regarding email marketing, and fun with embedded tweets.
Just like inactive plugins are bad to keep around, so are inactive themes. In this post we discuss why you should delete inactive themes and provide a few other essential bits of knowledge regarding themes and widgets.