People have paid me good money to do exactly what I’m about to show you how to do … for free. Of course if you don’t have time you can still pay me money – or if you want it done right. Just kidding, I’m sure all of the readers here are highly skilled (tech savvy they call it in the real estate biz) and fully capable of doing it on you own. Seriously.
It’s not rocket science!
When you have a website that is receiving only a couple of hundred “visits” per day and you account for 20 of those you are going to greatly skew your Google analytics results. Excluding yourself from being counted in the stats is really quite simple and can be easily accomplished by using the filter tool inside your Google analytics account.
The following video will show you how to easily exclude your own visits from your Google analytics.
You may never find a need for a clickable image map. In case you don’t know what they are I would discribe them thus: a single image with multiple URL links defined by areas created by establishing regions of co-ordinates within the image and assigning a URL value to each of them. Or in more plain English, “an image that has a bunch of links to a bunch of different pages”.
Image maps have been around for a long time. In fact they pre-date the web. For HTML purposes, however, they are just as old as the web. Uses for them vary so we’ll simply discuss why I chose to use one today and let you come along for the ride in the video.
Making your entire website look completely different has never been easier. Unless, of course, you have hire me to do so for you. Here is the 1-2-3 look at changing themes in your WordPress website. This applies to either WordPress.com or WordPress.org (self-hosted) sites and uses the Themes link inside of the Administrator’s Control Panel (Admin Panel).
Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (it will be found at http://yourwebsite.tld/wp-login.php or straight to http://yourwebsite.tld/wp-admin/) [Figure A]
Figure A - WordPress Login
Once logged in to your Admin Panel look in the left tool bar for “Appearance”. If it does not look like the image [Figure B] click on the word “Appearance” to activate the script to open the submenu. Then click on the word “Themes” in the submenu. [Figure B]
Figure B - Themes Access