Chrome Dev Summit: Sign-up Form Best Practices [Video]

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Raise your hand if you’ve tried to create an account and log into a website, only to be get frustrated with how difficult it is.

If I had two dozen hands, I’d raise them all!

Forms are a standard on the web, used for online shopping, access to content, email, social media, and more.

Why do they have to be so difficult? Continue reading Chrome Dev Summit: Sign-up Form Best Practices [Video]

Plugins I Commonly Install on WordPress Sites

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As an organizer for Metro Detroit WordPress and West Metro Detroit WordPress meetup groups, not one event goes by when I’m not asked by a member, “Deborah, what plugin do you recommend for WordPress?”

I ask questions about what plugins they’ve looked at already, their goals and expectations, and share my recommendations.

Often the conversation leads to the topic of this post: what common plugins to install on WordPress sites. Continue reading Plugins I Commonly Install on WordPress Sites

How Often Do You Use a Different Browser? Poll Results

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Microsoft’s announcement last week that they plan to use the Chromium engine from Google for development of Microsoft Edge on the desktop caught everyone’s attention.

From Android to Google Search to Google Ads to the engine that drives the highly popular Chrome browser and now Edge, where does Google’s influence stop? Continue reading How Often Do You Use a Different Browser? Poll Results