3 Myths About Building Websites

3 myths about building websites demystified:
1: ‎The process is too techy and requires coding.
*You don’t need to know how to code to build a website and the process is actually not too techy, all you need is the right guidance and you will be good to go.

2: It takes too much time.
*You just need to be intentional and set aside some time to learn the process. Remember when something is important to you, you would create time for it.

3: It is very costly.
*A website advertises your business on a global level 24/7/365. How much would it cost you to pay for an advert to run all year long? Compare that cost with the amount you need to build a website and you would find it’s negligible.

In the Website Creation Course, you would be taught how to create a website from scratch in a detailed step by step manner.

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How To Keep Your Website Safer.


Here are 5 tips you could use to keep your website safer:

1. Your username and password should be complex and difficult to figure out. Avoid using the default “admin” username.

2. Always keep your website themes and plugins updated.

3. Limit the number of login attempts to your website to avoid brute attacks.

4. ‎Disconnect user’s idle sessions especially if you login from public computers.

5. Backup your website regularly so you can have something to fall back on just in case anything happens!

In the Website Creation Course, you would be taught how to setup and design your website the right way.

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How to Center Align a Video in a Website

When you embed a video in your WordPress website, it automatically aligns to the left by default.
You can easily center align it by adding <center> before the embed code.
Simple and straight forward!
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How to Fix the 404 Not Found Error

Don’t lose your website visitors, redirect them to a custom page when they type a wrong link.

When people search for broken links or pages that do not exist on your website, they would be sent to a page that shows a “page not found” error message. This is also referred to as a “404 error”.

404 errors are not good for your site’s SEO and user experience.

A quick tip to retain your website visitors is to redirect them to a custom page using a 404 redirect plugin. For instance, we redirected all broken links to our “get started” page. If someone searches for www.lvdtech.com/reg (which does not exist on our website), they would be redirected to our “get started” page.

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