Atlanta WP Digest May 8

The Ultimate Guide to Writing Valuable Content People Give a Crap About
You probably heard, at one point, that you need to create valuable content for your readers. Why? Because that’s how you get exposure. Because that’s how you drive more targeted traffic to your site. Because that’s how you get readers so hooked on your content, they become click-hungry subscribers.

But creating content that generates those results isn’t easy. In fact, most content that people believe is valuable, is frighteningly sub par. This post shares tips that almost guarantees that every piece of content that you publish is valuable.

How to Safely Enable WordPress SVG Support
SVG is an XML-based vector image which is commonly used by websites and brands to display logos and icons on their websites. The main reason they are especially popular among developers and designers is because they are a scalable image format, generally smaller in file size (sometimes by quite a bit), and don’t pixelate on retina screens. WordPress by default though doesn’t allow you to upload the SVG file format, mainly due to security concerns. This tutorial dives into one way to safely enable WordPress SVG support, discuss browser support, as well as some caveats if you decide you want to switch to the vector image format. Lets You Create Free, Unlimited WordPress Test Installs
I’m going to pass on a summary on this one. If doesn’t appeal to you to click and learn more, I can’t help you.