Why Bother with Image Captions Images on your website are business assets because they are communication tools that take some time and $$$ investment. Often business owners don’t realize how far an image can go on the web. That image you put on your website could be picked up by …
There should not be anything on your website that is not there for a purpose.
It Seemed Like a Good Idea … until it was implemented. The Problem: part of the image disappears Can you see the subtle differences in the two screenshots? The WordPress Kahuna theme has “Feature Boxes” under the banner. The boxes pick up posts and the images are the Featured Image …
Let’s look at all the little issues with the 8 boxes under the banner. These are what Kahuna calls “Feature Boxes.”
Google will give me credit for changing the content on my slider. But the words are not easy for a human to notice or read.
When a site has too many images, the images cause confusion, instead of being helpful.
Often a client will come to me with reams of changes they want on their website. It’s my job to take a step back and prioritize. I also suggest that my clients look at the tasks as one piece of a continuous cycle of improvement because consistent work over a period of time shows commitment to the site
Every home page “Feature Box” where I used the WordPress logo has a faint icon behind it (see screenshot 1). It’s not from the WordPress logo; it’s from the Kahuna theme. Time for some debugging!
A website is a cluster of many elements that work together. Changing one element affects the others, sometimes in unexpected ways.
… especially when your business activities are difficult to photograph. When I decided to go with the website design of having a banner image, first banner image I chose failed in a big way. I chose a photo that had the two major components I needed: a variety of people …