Why You Should Not Install the New WordPress Editor, Gutenberg – Yet

WordPress has recently offered its users the option to use their new content editor called Gutenberg. We highly recommend that NetClimber clients hold off installing

How To: Optimizing Your Site With Yoast SEO Plugin

Update June 14, 2018: Since we initially published this post Yoast SEO published an update (version 7.0) that caused some major issues for some websites.

NetClimber + X-Theme = Child Theme

If you have a WordPress website, you may have noticed in the back end under Appearance, something called Themes. The theme of the site controls

The Importance of HTTPS

HTTP vs HTTPS It may only be one letter different but it makes a world of difference. The little “S” at the end changes the

WordCamp Vancouver 2016 Review

WordCamp 2016 In late August I was able to attend WordCamp 2016. WordCamp Vancouver is a yearly, one-day workshop with multiple tracks to learn more about WordPress

Keeping WordPress Up-To-Date

WordPress WordPress is the most widely used CMS (content management system) in the world. The reason? Flexibility and community support. The WordPress platform allows full

Why We Recommend Using Gravity Forms On Your Website

Do you have a form or multiple forms on your WordPress website? We highly recommend using the Gravity Forms plugin to power the forms on

What are Cornerstone Elements?

Once you have built your page structure using Sections, Rows, and Columns in Cornerstone, next comes the actual content for the page. The content is

What is Cornerstone?

An Overview. Many of our newer WordPress websites utilize a powerful page builder called Cornerstone. Cornerstone allows users to build content on a website page

Building Successful Web Strategies

Building Successful Web Strategies