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Thrive Automator — Now 100% FREE for Everyone

Yup. You can now get Thrive Automator for free. No strings attached.

Thrive Automator connects your WordPress website to (almost) any online tool. It allows you to build complex automated workflows that you would otherwise need sophisticated coding to create.

check it out for yourself

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Coming Soon – WP update to 6.0

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When WordPress 5.9 was released, it introduced the innovative Full Site Editing feature. Now, WordPress will launch the second phase of the Gutenberg project: WordPress 6.0.

To prepare for this new update, it’s essential to know what it will include.

As we look ahead to WordPress 6.0, this update will include improvements to the Site Editor. We’ll also see new blocks, patterns, and design tools. Additionally, many of the new features from WordPress 5.9 will have improved functionality, making them easier to use.

Remember – whenever an update moves to the next version and changes the version number it generally means a significant change in the coding. Be sure to make a backup of your site for safe keeping.

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10 Class Bundle

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Working on a 10 class bundle of information.

Having an issue on what ten to include in the bundle.

What topics would you like to see? Please leave a comment

 

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Almost May

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It is the last day of April and soon it will be a brand new month.

Reflecting on what was completed and accomplished this last month. Some progress and some road blocks but overall forward movement.

 

 

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Easter Celebrations

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Depending on your family heritage you may be preparing to celebrate the Easter Holiday on April 17 or April 24.

For many it’s Passover or Ramadan. And some families have longstanding Easter traditions.

Coloring Easter Eggs, making Easter yeast breads.

Eating lots of chocolate and candy or cream eggs

Making a special family dinner with fresh fruit dishes, baked ham, and having solid butter in shape of lamb…

Hiding colored and decorated eggs outdoors for children to find in a hunt with prizes and toys

Whatever you choose to do today may this EASTER have peace in the world and prayers for humanity to survive.

 

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Spring is coming soon

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Wishing all folks a great St. Patrick Day (if you celebrate) and to have good luck in the coming days and months.

The tulips and daffodils are started to show in the garden.

Spring is coming soon.

 

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Guide for Starting a career in UX design

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Interested in learning more about UX design? Not sure what even that means?

A good source of intro and free training and information is offered in the attached PDF from the Careerfoundry.  They offer a great way to get exposed to what being a UX designer is all about. They offer a solid curriculum to learn these skills in various paid career paths.  The free information is solid if you want o check it out.

free PDF to download      careerfoundry-guide-to-starting-a-career-in-ux-design

Credit to https://careerfoundry.com/

 

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Exploring Options for analytics

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Recently there have been some internet posts and articles about a recent  European legal decision related to privacy and what information is collected and related to Google Analytics, Google Fonts, and GDPR.  In the process of reading and looking for options and alternatives that need to be explored to be in compliance.

Change – it is always happening ….

 

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