So you have your Facebook page and then all of a sudden your page wants you to switch to Timeline…while your left wondering – what is Timeline? Here is our breakdown of Facebook Timeline. Let’s explain the changes. Instead of just your profile picture, you can now have a Cover Photo. A cover photo is a large horizontal photo that you can choose that fills the wide open space at the top of your profile allowing people to see it when they first click on your profile. On your profile, you will see Your Stories. Your stories highlight your most memorable posts and photos. It tells the story of you from beginning to end. This section also highlights your life events on your timeline such as marriage, births, etc. Your Apps is another feature on your profile. On your personal profile it lists the things you love such as movies, songs, movies, etc. For your business page, apps are unlimited. Add Twitter, Overall, Timeline allows you to share your life story on your profile in a virtual scrapbook type of way. We are loving Timeline! Confused? Contact us. Here’s a great Facebook timeline cheat sheet we found from DreamGrow. Dimensions for profile photos, cover photos, app icons, everything you need to get your Facebook timeline in order.
Our good friend TJ Barbe-Marbois and his team built Vero – True Social and we’ve been following their progress since the app was in beta. We’re proud to see their hard work and original vision coming to fruition. Last week, Vero was the #1 download in 18 countries for both iOS and Android app stores. Congratulations to Vero – True Social!
Moving your WordPress website to a new host can seem intimidating. There’s one handy tool, the DNS record, that helps us migrate sites without interruption to all the other services connected to your site like subdomains, emails, domain verifications, and secure forms.
CSS v HTML – Still confused? Think of HTML as the Architecture & engine of your website. HTML describes the placement of content such as text or pictures and retrieves online information. CSS is the Interior Designer that communicates what colors, fonts, and designs the website’s content will have.
The primary goal of Gutenberg is to make your WordPress website modular—to change the editing experience from one static panel that you edit to an integrated set of pieces and groups of content that you can manipulate.