It seems like the world is waking up from a trance. Australia first began lifting its lockdown restrictions in late April, and has continued with a June 1 "Phase 2" of easing up in parts of the country. We're not close to 'business as usual' yet, of course. But around the country, businesses are beginning to look towards the future.
The recent global pandemic has caused countless businesses around the globe to shift into crisis mode. It has forced an adjustment of promotional strategies, aligning marketing strategies and execution with rapidly changing audience behaviours.
What's on the inside counts, too. WordPress has become the world's most popular content management system in part because of how many themes are available for every type of business and subject. And yet, even as you decide that moving your online presence to the platform is a good choice, it's easy to get stymied by the agony of choices available to you.
WordPress is the most popular blogging and content management system (CMS) in the world, and for many good reasons. It's an especially appealing choice for businesses that want to establish a strong presence and create an influential website to reach their audience. At the same time, you have many choices for building a business website. It can be challenging to sort through your options and find the best solution.
There are a few essential HTML codes that every website owner should know. After all, basic HTML codes are foundational to everything on the Internet, including your WordPress website.
These codes are easy to master, and once you know how to use them we are sure you will find that you use them every time you add content to your site.