How to Migrate a WordPress Site
These instructions are for moving a WordPress installation from one server or hosting company to another, but they can also be easily applied to moving WordPress from one domain name to another on the same server (for that skip anything relating to the database). Moving WordPress has three basic steps: 1- Copy the old site, 2- Upload the site to the new server, and 3- Configure WordPress for the new server. This tutorial will provide information on completing these steps for a hosting account in a cPanel platform like the one used by Bluehost, HostMonster, JustHost, FastDomain, and others. The steps will be similar for other hosting providers.
Z-Indexing is a very tricky thing to get right. This tutorial will give you some tips on how to pull it off. (more…)
A sticky footer is a footer that stays at the bottom of your web page. This is easy to do if you have long content that pushes the footer down, but what if you have short content? Normally, the footer slides up the page to the bottom of the content, leaving white space from the bottom of the footer to the bottom of the browser window. This tutorial will show you how to set up your footer to stay at the bottom of the browser window when there is only a little content on the page but still stay beneath the content when it goes past the bottom of the window.