June 12, 2014
by Kitty Florido
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Twitter Cover Image (June 2014) – Free PSD Template

It’s been a while since I’ve shared an updated template, so today I am sharing two! Both Twitter and Facebook are making changes to their platforms and I am loving both. They have a cleaner aspect! So, to make our life easier, I am posting two sets for each platform. Here are the downloads for the Twitter set. For the Facebook combos you can click here.

Hope this helps you as much as it does to me!

Download the Twitter Comp PSD Template here

Twitter-Comp

Download the Twitter PSD Template here

Twitter

June 12, 2014
by Kitty Florido
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Facebook Cover Image (June 2014) – Free PSD Template

It’s been a while since I’ve shared an updated template, so today I am sharing two! Both Twitter and Facebook are making changes to their platforms and I am loving both. They have a cleaner aspect! So, to make our life easier, I am posting two sets for each platform. You can use this Facebook template to see where your design will be and the safe areas… as well as a comp that I often use to send out to clients. This to visualize better the design rather than sending them just a cover!

THope this helps you as much as it does to me!

Download the Facebook Comp PSD Template here

Facebook-Comp

 

Download the Facebook PSD Template here

Facebook

April 9, 2014
by Kitty Florido
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Stop Automatic WordPress Updates

wp-updateFor the everyday user, WordPress automatic updates is a lifesaver. They don’t have to worry about anything major. But, for business running their own sites and client’s sites on WordPress, it is very important not to be updating WordPress, it’s plugins or the theme automatically. Why? Sometimes us, those who configure their sites and make them work just the way the client needs, avoid to use the latest update. Not because we don’t want to, but because some of the plugins we use for such sites are not updated ahead of time but rather days or weeks after the update has been released.

However, I do recommend having the latest version of WordPress installed when possible. Each version gives us better security updates and features.

So, for those who want to Stop Automatic WordPress Updates, just add this to your wp-config.php file

define( 'WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE', false );

And that’s all there is to it! Hope this helps you!