Posts by Allen Pooley

Beaver Builder 2.0 – A Guide

For each page and post within WordPress you get a basic text editor. It’s much like working within your favourite word processing application: you can write/insert and format your text, insert images and videos very easily! This is often just fine for blog posts and even many pages. However in some cases you want to do more…

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How to Transfer from Yellow Pages

Let’s face it, changing providers isn’t always easy to do even when the company you’re transferring to and from are both helpful and friendly; that’s the whole reason we have a SiteMigrator service to do it for you. That change can be made much harder when the company you want to leave keeps trying to…

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Websavers is making friends – Partnerships Galore!

We’ve been working on some exciting news for the past couple of months, and we’re finally able to make the announcement. This all comes from the fact that we’re regularly asked what our preferred plugins for WordPress are, what we recommend for speed, security, optimization, and even page building. There’s a ton of options out…

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What to do when Thesis (WP Theme) stops generating CSS

This has happened to us a few times, namely every time we migrate a site using Thesis. The problem is that Thesis stores all its CSS (custom, skin, and editor CSS) in the database. It also stores the variables that drive that CSS in the DB. Something about how that data is transferred over when…

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How to switch from POP to IMAP email access

Since POP accounts don’t support server-side synchronization of messages, such as indicating whether you’ve read a message or not, it’s disadvantageous to use a POP connection when accessing your email from multiple devices. To fix this, an IMAP connection is necessary. With IMAP, your mail clients (apps) have a larger set of communication options with which…

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Adding code to Thesis’ head section causes a 403 error

If you’re adding code to Thesis’ head section and get a 403 error, especially if you’re adding a link to a font or other resource, the problem may be related to the web application firewall protecting your site. To check this out, as with most server-based errors, the first step is to check the log…

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