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I’ve compiled a large list of familiar (and not-so-familiar) tools that will hopefully help you with your web content, social media, analytical and curation needs. If there’s something I missed, feel free to add it to the Google Doc . Accessibility WAVE – Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool – WAVE is a free web accessibility evaluation tool provided by WebAIM. It is used to aid humans in the web accessibility evaluation process.
Google is the most powerful search engine available, but when it comes to searching for something specific, Google may churn out general results for some. For instance, a search for a song in Google may return the singer, the lyrics and even fan sites – depending on the keywords you entered. This is when niche-specific search engines comes into the picture. These search engines allows you to search for the things you’re looking for, and because they are more focused, their results tend to be more accurate.
If you are a photographer or artist who relies on WordPress for your blog or portfolio, chances are you aren’t utilizing all the available tools or adhering to the best practices that could help your site stand out. Below is a list of ten mistakes that photographers (including myself) make when using WordPress. 1. Non-readable image filenames Image filenames are an important factor in optimizing for search engines. Below are a few examples of non-optimized filenames: