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 @ReginaTierney Please post up in the forums in the General 3.0 Discussion category so the Team can help you out with that.  

1 year, 4 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @cosmintataru  @caitlinheadway Please post up in the forums so we can get more information from you and ascertain what is going on.  Thanks

1 year, 4 months ago on Creating a “Sticky” Navigation Bar with Headway

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 @MirtonZ  @swinterroth That feature is in Headway since 3.4 and are on 3.4.4 now

1 year, 5 months ago on Screencast Weekly: Using Duplicator to Backup or Move your Headway Powered Site

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 @Curtman40 You can see the different plans here - http://headwaythemes.com/pricing/

1 year, 6 months ago on Why I Went With Headway

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 @NathLussier Thank you and thank you for taking what we built and building some amazing sites.  

 

We can't wait to see what else you come up with.  

1 year, 6 months ago on Why I Went With Headway

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 @carbonmouse That is in Design mode with 3.4.2

1 year, 6 months ago on How to: Build a Site in 10 Minutes

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 @clarklab Clark,  We use all of the WordPress menu system with Headway.  If there are any limitations you feel need to be addressed, I would post your request with WordPress.  

1 year, 7 months ago on Using Parent Pages and WordPress Menus Effectively

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 @clarklab This is all handled with the WordPress menu system.  You put the child with the parent you want. If you change things in the WordPress menu system, they will be changed on your site. Provided, you assigned that particular menu  to the navigation block on your site.

 

See:

 

 http://codex.headwaythemes.com/Navigation_block

 

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http://codex.headwaythemes.com/WordPress_101#Custom_Navigation_Menus

1 year, 7 months ago on Using Parent Pages and WordPress Menus Effectively

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 @clarklab Clark, not sure I follow your question.  However, you keep things all 'syne' as you say in the WordPress menu. If you add a page and want it to show in a particular menu you can.  

 

You can also assign each page as you build them to a particular parent here - http://d.pr/i/WGx8

1 year, 7 months ago on Using Parent Pages and WordPress Menus Effectively

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 @Darren Miller Thanks Darren. If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to jump in the forums.  

1 year, 7 months ago on Introducing Headway 3.4

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 @BlogTechGuy Build them in visual editor. Add any custom css via the Live CSS Editor and export them as a Skin. Pretty simple.  ;-)

1 year, 7 months ago on Introducing Headway 3.4

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 @jhonny1 Thank you and we are glad what we do makes it easier to do what you do.  

 

We were excited to push out all of the great new features with 3.4.  Especially the Skins and the new Skin API.  If you thought Headway saved you time before, this new version will do more.  

1 year, 7 months ago on Introducing Headway 3.4

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 @BlogTechGuy Thanks man.  Now get busy building some kickbutt Skins for Headway.  ;-)

1 year, 7 months ago on Introducing Headway 3.4

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 @DerekPlant Thanks Derek and as always, we appreciate your input.  

1 year, 7 months ago on Introducing Headway 3.4

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 @BrazenlyGeek Here is the link to the Headway affiliate program: http://headwaythemes.zferral.com/ You can submit your application there.  Thanks

1 year, 7 months ago on Join the Headway Themes Affiliate Program and Earn 40% Commissions

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 @sheenatatum Make sure you are running Headway 3.3  If you are, please post up on the forums so the entire Headway Team can help you out.  Thanks

1 year, 7 months ago on Headway 3.0.5 Now Includes Responsive Grid Design Capabilities

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 @virtualvip Hey Vip, thanks for dropping by and adding to the conversation.  And I love your point that you must commit to a schedule.  While I would love it if people would post all the time, we all know that isn't going to happen.  

 

What too many of those using a blog forget is each post they put up is in and of itself another web page with all of their information on it. The more they do as you say, the better chance you have of Google finding you.  Even more important, the more you do, the better the organic search engines will find you.  

1 year, 7 months ago on How Often Should I Post To My Blog? – Beginner Blogger

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 @bonni1 This post is from 2010 and we are now on Headway 3.3  Leafs were in previous versions of Headway.  

 

If you are looking at the demo, that is on version 3.3 and there we use Blocks.

 

If you are just starting out, take a look at all of the documentation, tutorials and videos here - http://codex.headwaythemes.com/Beginner  

1 year, 7 months ago on Defining a Default Layout for New Pages

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 @MaYoga AIOSEO is a great plugin and would do a great job for you too.  We certainly do not feel the Headway SEO features are the end all.  

 

On that note, I do know of many sites which run only the Headway SEO features and do really well with SEO.

1 year, 8 months ago on The Ultimate Guide to Headway SEO, Part 1

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 @MaYoga If you activate AIOSEO, Headway will default to all of the functions in the plugin and shut off our SEO functions.  You do not need both running.  

 

If you are just starting out with 3.x, take a look at all of the documentation, tutorials and videos here - http://codex.headwaythemes.com/Beginner 

 

If you have other questions on this, please do post up in the forums.  The entire Headway Team is there to help.  Thanks

1 year, 8 months ago on The Ultimate Guide to Headway SEO, Part 1

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 @mghutchinson Thanks for stopping by.  Perhaps I should have explained it a bit better.  Sorry about that.

 

 When I look at SEO, I do not look at just what the search engines do.  I have always been of the school the organic search machines are what you want to target your content to and for.  Organic being the human search engines.  My position has been and continues to be if you keep the human search engines happy, the non-organic engines will also be happy.  

 

The whole reason to do a blog if you are promoting a business or service firm is to be a source of information for your audience.  That is why I have always been a fan of linking out.  Linking out shows my readers I want to be their source of information.  

 

Linking out also gets you attention from the sources you link to.  Trust me, when people link to you or you link to them, they know it.  If you are linking out, those sites will discover you. If you are providing good up-to-date information, those sites you are linking out to, might just link out to you too. Giving you those incoming links you are looking for to add authority to your blog and content.  

1 year, 8 months ago on Where do I get ideas for my blog post? – Beginner Blogger

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 @SarahNoni  @webmatros In order to access automatic updates, you need to enter your license key in Headway > options. You may find your license key in the Headway Members Dashboard.

1 year, 8 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: What’s New in Headway 3.3!

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 @SarahNoni Please post up on the forums so we can help you out.  Thanks

1 year, 8 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: What’s New in Headway 3.3!

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 @DaveThackeray Thanks Dave. Make sure to jump in on any of the posts in the series.  

1 year, 8 months ago on What is a blog? – Beginner Blogger

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 @Jeff_D The coupon expires tonight at midnight.  And if you don't get in before that, just email me at grant@headwaythemes.com 

1 year, 8 months ago on Headway Themes Fall Sale

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 @Jeff_D That is correct.  For updates and support, you would need to renew yearly.  Thanks

1 year, 8 months ago on Headway Themes Fall Sale

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 @Jeff_D If you purchased your developer license prior to November 25th 2011, than you have lifetime updates and support.  The only difference then is lifetime access to blocks and Child Themes.  

1 year, 8 months ago on Headway Themes Fall Sale

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 @kcamdenesq The lifetime option is available as an upgrade to either Headway Base or Headway Developer.  

1 year, 8 months ago on Headway Themes Fall Sale

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 @gcj Thanks Chris.  Can't wait to see what you guys do with Headway on your sites.  

1 year, 8 months ago on Headway Themes Fall Sale

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 @wladd77  Please post up in the forums so we can help you out.  Thanks

1 year, 9 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @CarlaM Install it as a theme.  Thanks

1 year, 9 months ago on Tabloid 1.0 Child Theme Now Available

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 @LibbyGarrett Did you layout the single page in the visual editor grid mode?  See - http://d.pr/i/6BO3

1 year, 10 months ago on Creating a single page website using Headway Part 1

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 @iFroggy Glad to Patrick.  Good stuff.

1 year, 11 months ago on Monetizing Your Website

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 @nettxcb Awesome to hear the older series 28 days is still useful.  Thanks

1 year, 11 months ago on Monetizing Your Website

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 @fizzylight Please post up in the forums so the entire Headway Team can help you ou there.  And the forums is a better place for us to work with you on any issues you might be having.  Thanks

1 year, 11 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @fizzylight Please see http://d.pr/i/1wHi

1 year, 11 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @NetIngenuity I am not sure the guys over there have done any updates to make sure they are keeping up to date with us so they are compatible with Headway Themes.  Happy to work with them to do so if they want to contact us.

1 year, 12 months ago on Headway 3.2.4 Pushed Out

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 @JoyfulAbode This was fixed in update 3.2.3 as far as seeing the update notice. You can simply go to members's dashboard, download latest version and install via the theme panel in WordPress dashboard.

 

Make sure you have entered in your Headway license in the dashboard too.

1 year, 12 months ago on Headway 3.2.4 Pushed Out

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 @LeRoyHill Gallery + is not a Child Theme. This is a Headway Themes specific add-on you can use with our theme/framework.  To see what others are doing with Headway, you can visit our showcase over at http://headwaythemes.com/customers/

2 years ago on It's Here! Introducing Gallery+ for Headway

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 @SkipPreble Skip,  you can set what the home page is by using the settings functions in Settings ----> Reading in the WordPress dashboard.  Just set the page you want to be your home page there.  

2 years ago on How to get your blog up and running quick

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 @Hybridteachingcafeadmin Thanks!!!  We love hearing stories like yours.

2 years ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @michellechurch Thanks for dropping by Michelle.  Glad this post may have hit home for you.  And you are exactly.  Leave the design alone and get busy creating content for your visitors.  You want those visitors to become readers and then customers or clients. 

2 years ago on Don't keep tinkering with your blog design

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 @ckracht Thanks for the comment.  One thing we do try to do is make it even easier for the novice to build sites they can use.  

2 years ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @HeadwayLabs  Hey guys.  I don't see any reason you couldn't incorporate that into your blocks too.  After all, it is part of our blocks.  

 

And you are right, that would be a great addition to the Utility Block.  

2 years ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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 @MarcinHakemerFernandez Thanks Marcin.  One of our goals is to be on an aggressive update schedule so we can make sure we continue to improve on Headway Themes and take care of any of those issues our users report to us.

 

Thanks for your suggestions and glad this update took care of any issues you mentioned to us.

2 years ago on Screencast Tuesday: Headway 3.2.3

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Hey Rob.  Right back at you too.  I enjoy the time we spend visiting and appreciate you too.

2 years ago on Thank You Everyone

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 @KimJanocko Kim, post up in the forums so the entire Team can give you a hand.  We try not to do support here so the knowledge base is built up on the forums.  Thanks

2 years ago on How to Use Multiple Headers with Headway 3.0

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 @iFroggy Well Patrick, it is easy to say good stuff about an ebook that simply kicks butt.  As I mentioned on Facebook, this thing should be required reading for anyone looking at managing a forum.  

2 years ago on Monetizing Online Forums - The Right Way

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 @beachbettypr Good for you.  And congrats on being one of those who have been blogging for years.  

2 years ago on Don't keep tinkering with your blog design

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 @Robcairns Hey Rob.  Thanks for stopping by and adding to the conversation.

 

You are exactly right too.  All to often, bloggers forget it is their readers who they should be considering in what they do on their blogs.

2 years ago on Don't keep tinkering with your blog design

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 @OliverSpear BuddyPress block should be out.  And that one is a 3rd party block too.  Just an FYI.  Thanks

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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Hey Kevin, thanks for the post about our new Headway Extend.  One thing to keep in mind with child themes we build for Headway, they are what we call grid ready. While you state the child theme might be a simple 2 column blog look.  With the visual editor in Headway, you can quickly change that layout to whatever you want. Plus you are not tied to the layouts selected for you by the theme developer.  Just add Headway blocks here and how you want and you have the layout you want.  

 

We will be aggressively adding to the inventory on a regular basis and would love any input or request for both child themes and blocks. 

 

Thanks again.

2 years, 1 month ago on Headway Themes Marketplace Launched

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 @terrik You can use them on multiple sites, just like you can Headway.  Thanks

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @raizenman It depends on the child theme. However, most of them will not allow the use of the design mode as the styling is set by the child theme.  The ones you see now are grid ready meaning you can add blocks and move those around using the grid system in the visual editor.  Thanks

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @OliverSpear We have some official Headway blocks coming this week if our testing works as planned. The BuddyPress block will be out shortly too.

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @ChrisWD I believe I answered this for you in your email.  Thanks

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @OliverSpear This is reflective of the license you have.  You can use those three credits to grab one of the official Headway add-ons. Such as one or three child themes. Plus you can use those when ever you want. They never expire.

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @andyb1 Try clearing your cookies and your browser's cache.  And thanks!!!

2 years, 1 month ago on The Headway marketplace, Headway Extend is officially open for business

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 @Leon Thanks Leon for stopping by and especially for adding some great points to the list.  

2 years, 1 month ago on Remember Reader Experience

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 @JimConnolly Exactly why I mentioned your blog Jim.  I know you put a lot of work and thought into how you set your blog up to make sure it is readable.  

 

Thanks for jumping and actually listing some of the items you considered and implemented.  

2 years, 1 month ago on Remember Reader Experience

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 @d8m18n The current site Eric is running is on a previous version of Headway which is not responsive.  From discussions I have had with Eric, he will be updating this so his own site is responsive.  

The key point is Eric makes sure his clients are running responsive sites, which is easily done with Headway 3.x.

2 years, 1 month ago on Google and Responsive Design

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 @Elektra Please post up in the Headway forums so the Team and community can help you out.  We do not provide support via blog post comments.  Thanks!!!

2 years, 1 month ago on Blog Titles, Taglines, SEO and Headway: What You Need to Know

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 @SSMstrategist Hey SS, thanks for stopping by too.  Sometimes life's little moments do distract us from doing some of the other things we want to do.  

2 years, 1 month ago on I have been away far too long!

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 @TMarieHilton I hear ya Tina. Maybe I can get you to guest post here again too.  ;-)

2 years, 1 month ago on I have been away far too long!

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 @rrwriter And you are comparing apples to oranges.  Squarespace is not limited by the GPL license WordPress hinders premium developers with.  

For a better example of another premium WordPress theme and how we all handle this.  Take a look at  iThemes, Woothemes, Thesis and Studiopress.  All of them are also premium WordPress themes and do not allow public access to their forums.

2 years, 1 month ago on Screencast Weekly: Using Duplicator to Backup or Move your Headway Powered Site

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 @rrwriter I doubt if you can view any premium theme's forums. Like all the other premium themes and frameworks, our support area is for members only. If it wasn't why would anyone not just go to a pirate site and download Headway. Then if they run into issues, run to the forums everyone can access.  

 

Not a good business model.

 

As far as the blog, we will be updating the blog design in a few days and we are bringing back dates.  As for our new Marketplace, that will be open in a few days too.  There was a delay in getting our child themes up.  This was due to the fact there was not a ready made solution out there to handle our Marketplace the way we needed and wanted it to happen.  As such, we had to basically build an entire new product ourselves to handle our shopping cart, ecommerce, customer registration and marketplace.  

2 years, 1 month ago on Screencast Weekly: Using Duplicator to Backup or Move your Headway Powered Site

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 @LiveFyreCollectsYourData You stated: "I couldn't find any child themes for headway either. For being the 2 hardest working coders, it seems like they would eventually materialize. That might have solved my only roadblock of not having videos display on the homepage."

 

Our marketplace will be open later next week.  The reason for the delay is not the child themes. The delay was caused by the fact we could not find a ready made solution out there to handle our ecommerce backend.  As such, Clay built what amounts to a completely new ecommerce product to handle our marketplace.  

 

I am hoping once we get our Marketplace open later next week, we can give a tour of what the backend looks like so people can see just how powerful it is.  I am actually amazed at what we have.  BTW, we actually have a name for the new Marketplace backend too.  Maybe we will announce that next week too.

2 years, 1 month ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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 @LiveFyreCollectsYourData You stated, " but I want multiple videos to show on my homepage. It hides the video and content for all posts except the first one." You can easily show as many posts on the home page as you want by simply making that setting what you want in the Visual Editor. Please see - http://d.pr/i/UgE0

2 years, 1 month ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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 @Ivica Thank goodness you are not a full "addict."  

2 years, 2 months ago on Screencast Weekly: Using Duplicator to Backup or Move your Headway Powered Site

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 @Ivica Thanks for the information.  I was actually not aware of this one.

2 years, 2 months ago on Screencast Weekly: Using Duplicator to Backup or Move your Headway Powered Site

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 @nomad411 Fluid features will be coming soon but even more powerful than just fluid.  

2 years, 3 months ago on WPML now 100% compatible with Headway Themes

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 @nomad411 The guys over at WPML have not updated their site to reflect we are both compatible with each other.  Thanks

2 years, 3 months ago on WPML now 100% compatible with Headway Themes

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 @lukeswebdesign With Headway 3.x, you can add a widgetized footer or header without using code. Simply place a widget block where you want it.

2 years, 4 months ago on How to Use a Widgetized Header and Widgetized Footer Together

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 @Metarazzi Headway gives you the power to actually design even those pages as you want. Or you can have them inherit the design and layout of the home page.  Up to you not the theme.

2 years, 4 months ago on How to Build a Site in 10 Minutes – Part 5

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 @LEKelly Thanks.  We have a great Team here at Headway and Clay and I are very blessed to have them too.

2 years, 4 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@LEKelly

The Leafs you purchased for 2.0 are updated for free to blocks for Headway 3.x.  

 

In addition, have you taken a look at the documentation and tutorials for 3.0 in the Headway support area?  Lots of good stuff there.  Plus our very own AJ Morris has a great series on building a site with Headway 3.0 on the Headway blog too.

 

2 years, 4 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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 @Sheila Post up in the forums as we are not going to give support via the comments.  Not the best place to do so.  Thanks

2 years, 4 months ago on How to Edit or Remove the "Category Archives: " Heading on Archives

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@timwidmer Should be out yet this week.

2 years, 5 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: What’s Coming in Headway Themes 3.1

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@oceansands99 Please post your question on the forums so this can be handled in the support area. Thanks

2 years, 5 months ago on How to Build a Site in 10 Minutes Part 2

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@tsilvestre How about our forum? Just in case we can help you out.

2 years, 5 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Moving Your Site

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@tsilvestre Please post up in the forums so we can help you out.

2 years, 5 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Moving Your Site

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@WJCherf Please post up on the forums so the Headway Team can help you out. While we would love to, we simply can not provide support in the comments to posts.

2 years, 5 months ago on A New Daily How To Series

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@timwidmer Awesome to hear!!!

2 years, 6 months ago on A New Daily How To Series

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@timwidmer Hey Tim. Thanks. Remember to give us links to sites you build with Headway.

2 years, 6 months ago on A New Daily How To Series

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@Ling-en Hsia Please forward me the denial email you received from SAS and I will push you through.

Email me at grant@headwaythemes.com

2 years, 6 months ago on Join the Headway Themes Affiliate Program and Earn 40% Commissions

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@JordanSkole Yup, right there for you. I love that feature too. BTW, love the Headway child theme you have been working on. Great job!!!

2 years, 6 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Double Take – Grid Wizard and Content Block Updates in 3.0.5

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@Ryan Oakley Child themes and the new marketplace are coming this month. And since you already owned Headway with 2.0.x, you of course you will get to redeem the number you get with your license.

2 years, 6 months ago on Headway 3.0.5 Released

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@jardel No, the upgrade path for 2.0.x to 3.0.x will be announced when it is ready.

2 years, 6 months ago on Headway 3.0.5 Released

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@mikkelbreum Headway 3.0 takes advantage of using child themes to customize a site. You can also use the built in Live CSS Editor as before.

For more information on child themes, you can visit the documentation. See http://codex.headwaythemes.com/index.php/Child_Theme_Creation_101

2 years, 6 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@bawilliamson@remarkablogger I know Michael will correct me if I am wrong, but you don't have to have your site look like all the other just for the tagline or title for the site. You can hide the tagline and it will still help with SEO. Plus you can set the title for the site.

Also, this can all be done with the built in SEO features in Headway.

2 years, 6 months ago on Blog Titles, Taglines, SEO and Headway: What You Need to Know

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@sonneteer 3.0.5 first, then marketplace this month.

2 years, 6 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: What’s Coming in Headway 3.0.5

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@ThisMomsDelight The Headway Codex is the best place to start - http://codex.headwaythemes.com/index.php/Main_Page

2 years, 6 months ago on Headway 3.0.4 Released

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@deecos@import I would suggest you post up your issues on the forums as the blog is not the place to get the support you need. Headway Team and community is on the forum there to help.

2 years, 6 months ago on Screencast Tuesday: Fluid Headers and Footer with Headway 3.0

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@napwarden Cynthia

And it is good to have you back too.

2 years, 6 months ago on Happy Holidays from the Headway Team

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@wmwebdes Looking forward to it and of course we are there to help.

2 years, 7 months ago on Happy Holidays from the Headway Team

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@RobertGreen1 We are working hard on child themes now. I am hoping we have our first offering up shortly after the holidays.

2 years, 7 months ago on Legal Child Themes for Headway

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@paulund The upgrade, 3.0.3 includes some fixes and more features.

2 years, 7 months ago on Is Headway 3.0 ready for WordPress 3.3?

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@Ryan Oakley We currently working hard to get out the next update, 3.0.3 out. Child themes are also being worked on and we hope to have our first offerings out shortly after the holidays. Thanks

2 years, 7 months ago on Is Headway 3.0 ready for WordPress 3.3?

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@Mahendra@lenkendall The Content Block is getting a lot of attention in 3.0.3 for sure.

2 years, 7 months ago on Is Headway 3.0 ready for WordPress 3.3?

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@lenkendall And I forgot too. Check out a number of the recent blog post here and you will see some short and quick videos on 3.0

2 years, 7 months ago on Is Headway 3.0 ready for WordPress 3.3?

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@lenkendall There are a number of videos done by our very own AJ Morris over at http://www.youtube.com/headwayhub#p/u

Also, don't miss the documentation where there are also videos and tutorials. Which we are adding to weekly.

2 years, 7 months ago on Is Headway 3.0 ready for WordPress 3.3?

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@kshengelia@remarkablogger Multi site will be in the next update coming this week.

As for a demo on multi-site, I don't believe this will happen for Headway Base. However, each child theme will have a demo right on the child theme's page

2 years, 7 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@KatMoody@claygriffiths Actually, we have had very few negative comments about the pricing. We did a lot of research and consideration before arriving at what we have now. Based on our research, our pricing is pretty close in line with those companies who are not just interested in building large numbers but growing a sustainable business.

We are not interested in building numbers so we can sell Headway in a year or two and walk away. We are interested in growing a sustainable business which will be around for years to come. One where we can provide innovation and support our community deserves. We want to invest in Headway and our community as our community is investing in us.

Ours is a long term focus and not a short term grow and get out plan.

2 years, 7 months ago on Have you tried Headway 3.0 yet? Its Mind Blowing

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@figzoo4@remarkablogger If it is still available.

2 years, 7 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@figzoo4@GrantGriffiths@remarkablogger Yup, we will have the license upgrading process up very soon. You will just pay the difference between the.

2 years, 7 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@figzoo4 We currently have a 33% off coupon available for all plans but, Headway Base. Use code hw33

As for a special Christmas special, Michael is correct. Nothing planned.

2 years, 7 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@rayv We hope to roll out our first ones in the next week or so.

2 years, 7 months ago on Headway 3 Now Available

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@BarrieSpence

Barrie-

Let me take this opportunity to publicly apologize for my comments to you. I let the stress and lack of sleep of a major product launch get the best of me.

Your points are well taken and I hope you will continue to be part of the Headway community.

2 years, 7 months ago on Have you tried Headway 3.0 yet? Its Mind Blowing

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@AliceEdwards Thanks for checking. The Headway site will be back and live either later today or very early tomorrow.

2 years, 7 months ago on Today Is The Day To Buy Headway!

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Thanks for your comment and I love seeing input from our users too. First, don't overlook the power of Headway 2.0.x and the visual editor. You really can make a lot of changes with no coding at all.

That being said, Headway 3.0 is going to be amazing. And we have some great Child Themes coming too.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Financial Planner You are aware you can set those settings right in Pippity for the popup to come up when you want and even where you want. Thanks!

2 years, 8 months ago on How to Filter your Popup with Pippity

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@easyP Keith, thanks for your kind words. We are super excited to get Headway 3.0 out to everyone on the 25th of November.

As for child themes, those with a current personal license will get a free child theme and those with a developer license will get at least two child themes. Our thank you for being current customers.

And yes, child themes will also cost extra. But, 3 of our new price models will get a certainly number of child themes with their purchase. More details to come.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@TechZoomOrg Better grab Headway before the 25th so you are grandfathered in on our current TOS and get free lifetime updates and support. Once Headway 3.0 comes out, we are moving to an annual renewal. Of course, 3.0 is a completely new product basically. Plus we will have Child Themes.

I plan to give some sneak peeks over the next week or so of the child themes and they are amazing too.

2 years, 8 months ago on And... The Best WordPress Pop-Up Plugin Is - Pippity!

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Hey Tushar. Thanks for the review of Pippity. Pippity is part of what we do here at Headway Themes. Nicky over at Tumble Design is the developer we worked with on Pippity and they did an amazing job on the Plugin.

2 years, 8 months ago on And... The Best WordPress Pop-Up Plugin Is - Pippity!

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@easyP Better take advantage of the 30% off while you can as the price is going up on 25th.

2 years, 8 months ago on Today Is The Day To Buy Headway!

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@easyP You can develop as many sites as you want with the Developer's license. Either for yourself or for clients.

However, please keep in mind your clients will not get Headway support for themselves unless they purchase at least a Personal License.

Your clients are not required to have their own license if they don't want support directly from us.

If you have other questions, please let me know. Thanks!!!

2 years, 8 months ago on Today Is The Day To Buy Headway!

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@RSA Course The new Headway Block feature along with the new Layout/Grid system is going to be very powerful for sure.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@Smith_Tanya We will be offering number of webinars on using Headway 3.0 We will also be offering a number of webinars and other training for developers on using Headway 3.0 for building client sites. In addition, since Headway 3.0 will introduce our new child theme API, we will be dropping in some training on building child themes and other add-ons.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@Danny Brown@Smith_Tanya Headway 3.0 is a free upgrade to existing Headway users at the time 3.0 is released. As for upgrading from a personal to developer license, as Danny stated, just pay difference.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@Danny Brown@bobWP Appreciate that Danny, but there is plenty of business out there for all of us. The best thing and where it is a win/win, the community has so many great choices to look at. They can pick the best WordPress theme or framework that works best for them.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@DavidBurch Beta 2 should hit the door later today if all goes well. Final public release depends on beta testing and input.

But it should be soon.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@JudyDunn Hey Judy, drop me a DM on twitter. I have a quick question for ya. @grantgriffiths

2 years, 9 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@TimBaran Hey Tim. We moved to a renewal model for one big reason. We want a sustainable business which will be around a long, long time.

In order to make sure we have the resources to continue to innovate and provide the support our community deserves, having a sustainable business was an important move for us.

2 years, 9 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@DavidBurch Awesome and welcome. Can't wait to see what you come up with as you use Headway.

2 years, 9 months ago on Why You Should Buy Headway TODAY!

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@BeckyBlanton@Joseph Dang The product and making money is not the only concern a plugin company should have on their mind. The most important aspect is customers and the support we provide them.

Rest assured, when you purchase Pippity, you not only get a great product. You get great support to back that product up.

Without great support to back up a great product you end up with a empty community. Or worse, a community of users totally upset with you. Not going to happen with Pippity.

2 years, 9 months ago on Pippity vs. Popup Domination (Which one is a better choice?)

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@Joseph Dang There is an annual subscription for the simple fact we want a sustainable business. One which we know will be here for the long haul. One which can provide innovation and support into the future.

2 years, 9 months ago on Pippity vs. Popup Domination (Which one is a better choice?)

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@fthomas137 Go to the blog on Headway blog over at http://headwaythemes.com and do a search go 3.0. We have a number of videos on this.

2 years, 9 months ago on Headway Hub 3.0 is Launched!!

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Lisa - Congrats on your first 6 months for Allure Themes.

2 years, 9 months ago on Allure Themes Celebrates 6 Months - and You Get the Gift

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@Adam W. Warner Thanks Adam. Nicky is an amazing developer and we are thrilled to be working with him and his partner on Pippity. We feel it is a great addition to what we offer with http://headwaythemes.com

2 years, 9 months ago on Pippity vs. Popup Domination (Which one is a better choice?)

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Just wait for Headway 3.0 JD. Showcasing your archives will be easy.

2 years, 9 months ago on Showcasing Your Archive Using the Twenty Eleven Theme

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@TonyTeegarden Tony, Looking forward to your guest post here on the Hub.

2 years, 10 months ago on Headway Hub 3.0 is Launched!!

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@Lye Kuek Hin We are excited to have Headway Hub under the official Headway Themes banner. Good stuff to come too.

2 years, 10 months ago on Headway Hub 3.0 is Launched!!

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@Peter Crowell Why wait? Install Headway 2.0.13 now and get use to how it can build your site. Yes, Headway 3.0 is a completely new product and visual editor. But, using 2.0.13 now on a site not live would be good to do.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Peter Crowell Hey Peter. Danny pretty much answered your question. If you have others, don't hesitate to ask here.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@testami Quite frankly, Clay or I could get hit by a truck tomorrow and then what would we do?

In all seriousness, because Clay is young is a huge advantage. He is motivated to make a product that no one can touch. He is motivated to continue to improve on his initial ideas. Which is very clear by each and every update and new version we have introduced.

If you are more comfortable with Cory Miller and the iThemes crew, by all means join them. I know Cory personally and consider him a friend. They are great.

The reason college kids change direction is because they have no direction. They are waiting for someone to give it to them

Clay is unlike anyone you will ever see or meet. The "young kid" as you say, is more motivated and focused on his future than most adults twice his age.

But, I can tell you this. Headway is in it for the long haul. We are building a sustainable business which will be here for a very long time.

And I am sorry if this reply comes across as a bit harsh. But questions asking if we will be around for the long haul tend to get my blood pressure up. How do any of us know if we will be in the same business down the road.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Neicolec Please let me know here in the comments if you have any questions about Headway Themes. We are always glad to discuss and answer questions about Headway.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@SarahArrow That is exactly what the Quick Start Wizard will do for you. See - http://headwaythemes.com/documentation/visual-editor/quick-start-wizard/

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@FrankDickinson@bobWP@judy dunn Hell, I will admit @claygriffiths is the brains behind the coding in Headway. In addition, we have an amazing and awesome Headway Team backing him up too.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Peter Crowell@Danny Brown You can set the home page or any page up just like you want with Headway and WordPress. And with Headway 3.0, you can easily have a different header or not have a header on any page you want. The new layout/grid system and Blocks will make it very easy to set up your layout as you want.

Example, the Header will be a Block. You can put Blocks anywhere on the page you want and put any Block on any page you want.

There will be no need for plugins to build any style of page you want. Including landing pages and/or sales pages.

As a teaser, we will be including a good selection of short codes with images you might need too. For example, landing pages look great with certain buttons and other features to get people to click. Headway 3.0 will provide this built in so you won't need any plugins.

The key to Headway over other themes is the fact you don't need to know any coding if you don't want. But, if you do know some, you can tweak your site even more. Just like Headway 2.0.x, Headway 3.0 will have the built in Live CSS Editor. Put in your CSS and watch it change the look of your site right in front of you.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Peter Crowell The one big thing Headway child themes will have that other themes don't is Headway. Seriously, can you just picture a child theme you can open in the new Headway 3.0 visual editor. Use the new layout system/grid to add blocks and move those blocks where you want them without needing to crack code.

While you can do that, the design and style of the child theme will be maintained.

Just like now however, you don't have to use a child theme with Headway 3.0 if you don't want. But, imagine the power of being able to do things with that child theme and not having to know a lick of code.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@FrankDickinson@Peter Crowell Peter, I paid Frank to say I was his hero.

All kidding aside, Frank's site is another great example of what you can do as a non-coder too.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Peter Crowell Peter, if you have questions about Headway Themes, please ask here so we can keep the conversation going. Danny does a great job with Headway as do some of the others in this conversation. And Livefyre is great for keeping the conversation going too.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@JeremyBlanton@SusieBlackmon I am pretty sure you will see a Tumblr style child theme coming with Headway 3.0 Need to look at the other features and why those couldn't be implemented into such a child theme too. Thanks for more items to add to my to do list. ;-)

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Peter Crowell All I can tell you is this. The price is going up. There will be different pricing in addition to the personal and developers'. In addition, those who wait for 3.0 to come out before buying will pay a 6 month or 12 month renewal fee too.

We are not releasing the new prices quite yet. The new prices will most likely be introduced when the beta comes out in a few weeks.

Those who own Headway at the time 3.0 is released are grandfathered in under our current lifetime updates and support for free.

In addition, along with a completely new Headway 3.0, we are introducing some kickass child themes too. Both from us and from 3rd party developers.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@SusieBlackmon@JeremyBlanton Hey Susie, if I might ask. What draws you to Tumblr?

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@Lye Kuek Hin What I found very helpful when building a site is to look at sites you like and don't like. Get design and color ideas from them. Remember the quick start wizard can get you going quick and easy. Start by putting in your header and going from there.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@SarahArrow If you were confused by our Leaf system, I firmly believe you will love the new system in Headway 3.0. Headway 3.0 should be out in beta very soon.

2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Switched Back to Headway Themes For Our Redesign

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@JennyBBones Let us know if you have any questions.

2 years, 10 months ago on Pippity Review - How to Increase Sign-Ups Without Annoying Your Visitors

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Awesome news Lisa. Can't wait to see what you come up with for sure.

2 years, 10 months ago on Celebrating 6 months with a theme a week through the end of October

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@j_gardner I have a problem with anyone forking a product that is an ongoing concern. Simple as that. I don't give a crap it is within the GPL or open source. And that is the problem with the GPL.

The GPL is an outdated license that needs to be reconsidered.

2 years, 10 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@j_gardner You really don't get it do you. Your comparison is so out in left field I am having a hard time even understanding how you came up with it.

Your comparison of a book is one copy. What Woo is doing is for profit and they are forking a product that is new and thriving. And don't give me the argument this is how WordPress started. That one doesn't fly. B2 was dead and WordPress forked it to bring it back.

Woo couldn't build their own. They couldn't buy Jigoshop and it appears their offer of collaboration was so one sided, it would not have been good for Jigo.

So, instead of building their own, Woo forks a new and thriving product. Call it legal and call it within the GPL if that makes all of you koolaide drinkers happy.

Let me put this as plain and clear as I can. What Woo did was bad business, bad form, lame and wrong. Legal yes. But wrong. And I can only hope it jumps up and bites them in their forking ass.

2 years, 10 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@j_gardner "Copying does not harm the original owner, nor does it reduce its utility to the original owner."

Pretty big assumption on your part.

2 years, 10 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@mikelittle I am sorry you don't see that what Woo did is wrong and a danger to the WordPress community. I am also sorry you don't see the difference between what you and Matt did and what Woo did.

And I am sorry you don't see where good,innovating developers might think twice before developing products for WordPress after seeing what a company like Woo did to a new and thriving product like Jigoshop.

2 years, 10 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@mikelittle Big difference between what you and Matt did and what Woo did. B2 was a dead product going no where. Jigoshop is a new and thriving product. And because Woo wasn't able to acquire Jigo, they forked it.

While it might be "legal" as everyone wants to say under the GPL. Which is a major flaw with the GPL. It stinks and quite frankly is bad business. Actions like this do not help or are they good for the WordPress community. Actions like this will cause people to reconsider building anything for WordPress in the future if a company like Woo can do this and get the blessing of you and other's from the WordPress community.

If you all don't see this, I worry for the future of WordPress.

2 years, 10 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@edbloom I just love how some are so quick to point out there is nothing stopping anyone from doing what might be legal. But is it really morally right? Is it good business practice?

Look at what has been said about forking,

" Forking is considered a Bad Thing—not merely because it implies a lot of wasted effort in the future, but because forks tend to be accompanied by a great deal of strife and acrimony between the successor groups over issues of legitimacy, succession, and design direction.There is serious social pressure against forking."

Why are so many so quick to look at this from the standpoint of, "there are always choices." And why justify it from the standpoint that there is nothing stopping anyone from forking WordPress?

Why not just do what is right and not take someone else's hard work and make it your own. Oh, wait, its because it is open source and I can legally steal it if I want. This will certainly make it so much easier to build child themes for Headway since it is OK to go out and just fork them.

2 years, 11 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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For whatever reason, a comment from @adii has not come through here. As such and because I want everyone to have their say, I am pasting it here.

@adii 's comment:

"I’ve responded to the comment you quoted above here: http://www.woothemes.com/2011/08/the-good-stuff-new-team-members-woolabs-woocommerce-plugins/#comment-71106

Beyond that I find it a tad unfair that anybody would now cry foul play, when the WooFramework and our theme options is probably historically one of the most “stolen” (your words, not mine) sections of code in the WP community. Yet, we’ve never complained about that and have just continued about our business of delivering value to our customers."

2 years, 11 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@j_gardner Awesome position. So, I am assuming it would be right for us to go ahead and fork all of the great child themes out there so they run on Headway.

2 years, 11 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@edbloom Perhaps, but if you want to be under the good graces of WordPress, Automattic and Matt, you don't dare license your product under anything but full GPL.

Sorry, like all of us, they had no choice.

2 years, 11 months ago on WooThemes Forks Jigoshop and they brag about it

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@NathLussier Thank you. I would have to admit, the name Headway Themes has worked out well for us. Its amazing how something so simple can have such an impact on ones branding too.

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway Themes - What's in a name

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@TimBrownson Hey Tim. Thanks for jumping in and I love your site over at http://howtoberichandhappy.com/ Looks great!!!

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway Themes - What's in a name

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@TessaShepperson Just catch your son sometime in the car driving and tell him the story. You might just have his attention then. And thanks too.

2 years, 11 months ago on Before there was a Headway Themes

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@newdaynewlesson@FrankDickinson Drop me an email at grant@headwaythemes.com and let me see if I can help you out with the cost of the theme. Also, make sure you use Frank's affiliate link when you buy Headway too.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@FrankDickinson Thanks man and glad you have your blog back on Headway too. Looks great.

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway v.1 - a spring and summer of building and planning

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@gregc9 Of course it is always that easy. ;-)

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway v.1 - a spring and summer of building and planning

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@blogjunkie Thanks David and thanks for being one of our very early users.

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway v.1 - a spring and summer of building and planning

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@gcj Exactly. But there are too many living in their mother's basement, getting free internet and waiting for everything to be free. But, I digress

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway v.1 - a spring and summer of building and planning

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@Danny Brown@FrankDickinson@Giannii@johnhaydon We have updated a lot. And just wait until you see what we have coming in Headway 3.0 Here is a sneak peek.

http://headwaythemes.com/headway/headway-3-0-a-small-sneak-peek/

And after @FrankDickinson smart butt comment about my age, the least I could do is hijack his comments with a little linking baiting of my own. ;-)

2 years, 11 months ago on Build a Better Blog With LiveFyre

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@jennalanger@frankdickinson Can't wait to see what you guys do with the new blog design. Let us know if you need anything at all.

2 years, 11 months ago on Build a Better Blog With LiveFyre

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@FrankDickinson@ginidietrich 6:00, I only wish.

2 years, 11 months ago on Build a Better Blog With LiveFyre

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Smart move Frank moving to Livefyre. I have been a fan of theirs from day one. I can tell you they are great at support and working with a theme too. Early on we had a bit of a conflict between Headway and Livefyre. What was awesome was how they responded to us and we worked together to get it resolved.

That other commenting service was not so open to working with us. In fact, their answer to our users who were trying to use this other service was to get a new theme. Not Livefyre. And that is why I recommend them and use them on my own blog too.

2 years, 11 months ago on Build a Better Blog With LiveFyre

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@Hollandz I have seen a few sites on Headway using SlideDeck. Don't have the URL's off the top of my head. Sorry

If you have any other questions, let us know. Always glad to discuss and answer questions.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@FrankDickinson@MSchechter My wife already says I am intolerable to live with.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@Bryce Christiansen If you have any questions about Headway Themes, please let me know. I am always glad to discuss and answer questions.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@StuartWooster Thanks man

2 years, 11 months ago on Before there was a Headway Themes

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@bloggerican Thanks and glad you are part of our ever growing community.

2 years, 11 months ago on People…Have you ever noticed...

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@SSMstrategist First of all, thank you for your service. And I am honored you have been following my site and do get inspiration from it.

You are spot on when you say the "only guaranteed job is one I create..." I have never been one who wants to rely on someone else for my living.

Do keep in touch and let us know if we can ever do anything for you.

2 years, 11 months ago on People…Have you ever noticed...

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@remarkablogger Thanks man.

2 years, 11 months ago on People…Have you ever noticed...

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@BlogTechGuy Thanks Joel.

2 years, 11 months ago on People…Have you ever noticed...

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@BlogTechGuy@jennalanger@FrankDickinson A prime example of the power of LiveFyre is the comments on this one post.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@jennalanger@FrankDickinson@BlogTechGuy Child themes are going to give you a great starting point for one thing as a non-designer.

Headway 3.0 will take child themes to the next level by giving you the power of the visual editor and the new grid system. This will give the non-designer the ability to add features, Blocks as we call them and change the general layout. What you most likely will not be able to do, depending on the Child Theme design, is change the site design and style. This will need to be maintained so as to not ruin the look the designer was wanting to provide with the Child Theme.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@FrankDickinson@BlogTechGuy@jennalanger I use LiveFyre over on Blog For Profit and love it. Top notch product from a top notch company.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@JimConnolly And I blame you for putting the idea in my head too. I am looking forward to putting it all down too. It is fun to look back over the last 3 years.

2 years, 11 months ago on People…Have you ever noticed...

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@BlogTechGuy Joel aka @blogtechguy , as always we appreciate all of the support you give us here at Headway Themes.

Headway 3.0 will come with not only a very user friendly API for building child themes. We will have a marketplace full of some great child themes.

Our own child themes and CT's from three great theme companies. @OrganicThemes, @Press75 aka @jschuller and @allurethemes are already on board and ready to port over some of their existing themes to Headway as child themes. They are also gearing up to build some exclusive child themes for the Headway marketplace.

In addition to child themes, picture child themes that will work in the new Headway 3.0 visual editor and grid system. Headway 3.0 will take child themes to an entire new level for both the causal user to the hard core developer. Developers are going to love this as it will enable them to give their clients what they want and at the same time be able to crank out their work faster. A win-win for everyone.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@marianne.worley Thanks for your kind words. When Clay started to develop Headway, I told him it had to be more than dummy proof. It had to be dad proof. If I can use it anyone should be able to.

I think you will find Headway 3.0 to be even more user friendly and enable the non-coder and beginner to do even more. Plus, the API is being completely redone by Clay and his Team. Developers are going to love how easy it will be to build child themes and the new Block system. Blocks are replacing Leafs BTW.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@JohnHaydon John, kill might be the least of your worries.

In all seriousness, I have always said no that one theme is the only theme for everyone. There are going to be those times when Headway is a perfect fit. And other times it is not and another theme is.

This is what is so great about the WordPress community and all of the great premium products out there available for WordPress. The WordPress community is the winner with all of the choices they have to get the site and web presence they want.

2 years, 11 months ago on 7 Reasons I Switched Back To Headway Themes

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@GoUF summer is Over after labor day. And yes. It will all be released at same tine.

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway 3.0 - a small sneak peek

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Thanks. We are very excited with what we have coming in 3.0 And I got goosebumps the first time I watched the video too.

2 years, 11 months ago on Headway 3.0 - a small sneak peek

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@Joseph Dang Here is an example of what the E+ Leaf can do - http://hwtest.chowit.com/

3 years, 1 month ago on Introducing Excerpts+ Leaf v2 for Headway Themes

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@remarkablogger @derek halpern "One page, one purpose." That is perfect!!!

3 years, 1 month ago on Stop doing what you are doing and consider your readers

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@BlogTechGuy @remarkablogger When you compare the money some businesses and firms waste doing other so called marketing, having a Web presence is a fraction of it.

The problem for some professional firms for example is the "keeping up with the Jones" attitude they still have. But, what is great about having a blog, blogsite or Web site is the fact, even small businesses or firms can keep up with and compete with the "big boys." They just need to do it.

3 years, 2 months ago on Get a Web Presence NOW!!!

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@Samarowais Very true. But, the problem is some don't even get started with any Web presence.

3 years, 2 months ago on Get a Web Presence NOW!!!

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@remarkablogger I think the mental roadblock for some is the head up the rear condition too many have.

3 years, 2 months ago on Get a Web Presence NOW!!!

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@TroubleEnsued Welcome to the Headway community. Make sure to take advantage of the Headway community forums.

3 years, 2 months ago on "Client loves his site and I love Headway Themes"

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@Joseph Dang Thanks Joseph and I like what you are doing with your site and Headway.

3 years, 3 months ago on "Client loves his site and I love Headway Themes"

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@kasesq94 Could not agree more.

3 years, 3 months ago on 11 Reasons Your Business Should Be Online

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@remarkablogger you know you are always welcome to write here. Just log in my friend and type away. LOL

We should have a surprise designer doing the design for the new look too. Just need to iron out the details.

3 years, 3 months ago on Changes coming to Blog For Profit

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@ateegarden Awesome!!! Would love to have you guest post here too. Just let me know when.

3 years, 3 months ago on Changes coming to Blog For Profit

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@BlogTechGuy Thanks man. I am looking forward to kicking things up a notch too.

3 years, 3 months ago on Changes coming to Blog For Profit

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@DanGordon @livefyre I personally feel Livefyre will become the standard in how we bring the conversation right to our blogs. It is a powerful tool and I plan to try some things with it on this blog very soon.

3 years, 6 months ago on 12 Of My Favorite WordPress Plugins

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@TobyMartini I believe I gathered that here. The Search Gap Between Consumers And Small Business Advertisers http://selnd.com/e7Gi4Y

3 years, 6 months ago on How to be found online as a small business - Revisited

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@remarkablogger Thanks man. I just wish we didn't have to keep repeating this over and over again.

3 years, 6 months ago on How to be found online as a small business - Revisited

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@JulioRVarela Anytime you get the gov't involved in more regulation there is going to be trouble. And you are exactly right. I wonder what people are going to think when they start paying to access more and more sites. And they pay more to even access the web from everywhere.

The internet was working just fine as it was. There was completely no need for this type of new regulation to happen.

3 years, 7 months ago on Net Semi-Neutrality: New Rules from the FCC

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@JohnHaydon Thanks John. I only wish more and more new bloggers would worry more about writing good content for their readers and less about pleasing Google.

3 years, 7 months ago on The Right Ways To Get Traffic To Your Blog - Revisted

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@BarneyA Hey Barney, great comment... Sorry could not resist.

One thing I have found over the last 6 years is this. Those who are not convinced a blog is the way to go may never be convinced. They are truly stuck in the fear factor too. The fear if they don't advertise in the yellow pages, the business or firm down the street will. And if they don't, they will miss out.

Maybe the only way we can get them to be convinced is to show them the same fear factor. Fear if they don't blog, the firm or business down the street will be and they will miss out.

And please do post about this too. There is always room for more conversations on this. The more we talk about this and the more of us who do the better.

Headway is going great too.

3 years, 7 months ago on The Right Ways To Get Traffic To Your Blog - Revisted

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@TrafficColeman Exactly. Answering questions from your readers and your niche is one of the best ways to build your blog's community.

3 years, 7 months ago on How Your Community Can Help You Write New Blog Posts

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@Danny Brown I was thinking the same thing. We could do a live LiveFyre version of a twitter chat. Hmm, may have to explore this more. Thanks for the inspiration.

3 years, 7 months ago on How a Q&A Session Saw Livefyre Change the Game for Blog Comment Systems

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Danny - i watched this happen and was amazed. Going to have to give it a try myself on BFP. Livefyre is an amazing blogging and communication tool more need to be using too.

3 years, 7 months ago on How a Q&A Session Saw Livefyre Change the Game for Blog Comment Systems

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@Robcairns Thanks Rob. You have a link to those plugins you mentioned?

3 years, 7 months ago on 12 Of My Favorite WordPress Plugins

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@ChristopherGHill That is correct, plus a lot more. Headway 2.0.x has the new SERP preview feature that is really handy.

3 years, 7 months ago on 12 Of My Favorite WordPress Plugins

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@FrankDickinson It might be a good study. However, if I might step in it again. People don't comment on businesses blogs for a few reasons. Take the law site or even a medical site for example. People may not post comments there as they don't want their neighbor know they are thinking about divorce or have a STD.

People tend to look at business blogs as a source of answers to questions and solutions to problems. They are searching the web for those answers and solutions and finding them on the sites where the blogger is smart enough to provide them. And if that business blogger is doing it right, they are providing a call to action, a phone number or an easy way for their reader to reach them. And usually these readers are not using comments to do so.

I am certainly not saying getting comments on a business blog is unheard of. I simply do not believe, nor have I seen where it is so.

Let's also not forget the idea that some of these business blogs may not want to allow some comments to be published. Remember the divorce or STD example above. What would happen to that lawyer or doctor who allowed that comment to be public? Which of course opens up another whole other can of worms and that is moderating comments on a business blog.

3 years, 7 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@FrankDickinson I agree, the comments are fun part of the blog. And the interaction there is great too. But, for most business blogs, comments are lacking. Not because they don't deserve comments. And it is not because the content is not great.

From my own experience, business blogs simply don't get the comments like this post has received or the post on Danny's blog.

For whatever reason, people hesitate to post on a business blog.

3 years, 7 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Probius Sorry about that. Since it is on my About page here and mentioned on the Headway site, I assumed people would know. And since I stated early in the post,

"Clay and I decided we wanted to not just have a big day here at Headway. We wanted to give as many people as possible an opportunity to grab their own license for Headway Themes. We wanted as many people as possible to have the chance to take Headway and build a great web presence for themselves and their business."

By bad!

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@remarkablogger Love that idea and of course I love that Headway can do that so easily for people too.

3 years, 7 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@markwschaefer Mark - Thanks for stopping by. Your comment is point on to the points I was trying to make in my post. As you say, comments on the blog are often not the best measure of a business blog. So true. What some forget is the conversation is beyond the comments. And can take place everywhere else.

Thanks again!

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@ladyjuliafish Thanks for stopping by and joining the conversation.

Don't worry about not getting comments. As long as the conversation is taking place in other places, your blogging is a benefit to you. Great to hear you are seeing activity in your email because of your blog. Keep posting good, up-to-date relevant content and you will continue to see the conversation taking place.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Danny Brown @jkretch @livefyre Maybe, but I clearly made it clear there is a big difference between this type of blog and a business blogger.

I would expect a blog about blogging to normally get more comments than a business blog.

But you are right, it is kind of funny that a post about comments not being the end of it all is getting a crap load of comments.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@jkretch @dannybrown Thanks man for jumping in and your point is what I have been saying too. It is not "only" the blog where the conversation takes place. We do start the conversation with our post, but it matures, evolves and moves as a life of its own.

And I love, love LiveFyre!!!

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@remarkablogger @Robcairns @Danny Brown And Michael that is my issue with all of this and why I posted what I did. The words in the post were there and I responded. I had to respond when I have businesses I consult with ask me about such issues. When a business blogger says, "hey I am not getting comments so my post are doing not good." Or, "I am not getting comments and there is no conversation."

My point is that the blog is not the "…only one place that happens – the comments section." For a blogger who is not getting comments but getting a conversation about his blog elsewhere, he/she needs to know such conversations are just as "golden" as those in the comment section of the blog.

Which is why when we are blogging, posting and do have some level of influence in the arena, our choice of words need to be chosen carefully.

I am enjoying the conversation taking place here very much. Thanks to all of you.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Danny Brown @remarkablogger Then let me remind you of this one sentence in your post Danny.

"…if you’re opening up a conversation to connect to your audience, then there’s only one place that happens – the comments section. "

That simply does not jive with the position you are now taking in the comments to my post.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@remarkablogger And I agree with you too. However, my issue is to say the comments on the blog is the only place it matters. The comments on a blog post take place on more locations than just the blog.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@JonHearty @ginidietrich @dannybrown @Robcairns
Jon - " the conversation is definitely happening in more places than just the blog, and it is really the entire conversation, regardless of where it is happening, that adds value."

That is exactly my point. The end all to the conversation is not the comments on the post. The conversation takes place in the post, the comments and it is mobile to other networks. It even takes place in person, on the phone and in emails.

My point is that saying comments are the only value of a blog post is a narrow one for anyone to take.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Danny Brown @ginidietrich @JimConnolly

"Or say someone replies to one of your posts here with a dfferent take, and that leads to you implementing an idea that turns Headway into *the* leading WordPress framework."

Danny, I wasn't aware Headway wasn't *the* leading WordPress framework. At least our users think so.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Rick_LaPoint Thanks Rick for jumping in on this. And thanks for making my point for me too. Not being in public is one of the biggest reasons they do not post comments.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@ginidietrich Crap sorry about that. That is what I get for trying to do 5 things at once on 3 different computer screens.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@ginidietrich @Robcairns Gina, I give you the title of the post itself.

"Why the Real Value of a Blog Lies in the Comments"

When you tie this to the quotes right from the post, it is hard to not read the post as I did. And I do not believe I took all of that combined out of context. Nor do I feel I "overgeneralized" it.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@ginidietrich Let me give you the quote again right from the post.

"if you’re opening up a conversation to connect to your audience, then there’s only one place that happens – the comments section."

I read this literally to say exactly what I am suggesting it says.

As for a professional service firm. Perhaps are definition of a professional service is different. I am suggesting and most would agree, a professional service firm would be a law firm for example. A CPA, Dentist or even a medical doctor. With all due respect, while those bloggers have great content, they don't get as many comments as other business bloggers.

From my own experience and that of others, professional service firms carry on the conversation from the blogs in other places other than the blog.

Thanks for jumping in and adding to the conversation on this topic.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@Robcairns Thanks Rob for chiming in on this. I think you know I agree with you on this one for sure. I don't want to discount comments and neither do you. I also don't want people to forget that the conversation does and must extend off of the blog and to the real world. Whether that be as you say, Skype, email, twitter and even in person in our office or store.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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@JimConnolly Thanks Jim for jumping in. I do agree that comments are important. What I do take issue with is that the comments are the only place the conversation happens. Or that it is only the comments that matter.

3 years, 8 months ago on Why the Real Value of a Blog Does Not Lie in the Comments Alone

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Bingo, BOOM and exactly!!!

3 years, 8 months ago on Being Real

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@rsutton Anytime someone tells me they have never failed, I question if they have ever succeeded. Failures are where we learn. And without them, how do we know if what we are doing is going to work or not.

Thanks for stopping by Rob and commenting on Christian's great post.

3 years, 8 months ago on How to be 5% Awesome (and why the other 95% doesn't matter)

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@SeattleDogSpot As a new blogger, don't spend your time so focused on the numbers you forget about what is really important. Remember that each and everyone of those new readers to your new blog are what you are going to grow your blog with. Make them feel a part of what you are doing. Get them involved and when they do get involved, respond and engage with them.

Good luck with your new blog and stop by anytime. We love visiting with new and "used" bloggers.

3 years, 8 months ago on How to be 5% Awesome (and why the other 95% doesn't matter)

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@Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing Does seem the theme, but is really has always been the theme. Those bloggers who remember Christian's advice are the ones who last. They are the ones who get the traffic. And they are the ones who grab their audience and keep it.

3 years, 8 months ago on How to be 5% Awesome (and why the other 95% doesn't matter)

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@warstudent I hear you. Being yourself is one of the common words of advice. However, it is really so true too. Those bloggers who are themselves and are true to that, are the ones I read. They are also the ones who do have that successful blog.

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to add to the conversation on this great post by Christian

3 years, 8 months ago on How to be 5% Awesome (and why the other 95% doesn't matter)

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@Erika Napoletano Hey Red. Love your mac-n-cheese statement. And oh so right. I love Chris' post above, just wish I would have thought about it first. LOL

I know from my own experience talking to new bloggers and bloggers who are struggling, is the fact they worry way too much about that 95%. They spend all day worrying, comparing and getting stuck because they worry about it too.

3 years, 8 months ago on How to be 5% Awesome (and why the other 95% doesn't matter)

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@prosperitygal Hey there and thanks for jumping in and commenting. Keep in mind I have the developer of Headway who can do the building of our sites. With that, I am seriously considering taking the design for BFP and building it out as a Headway Skin.
We will keep you posted.

3 years, 8 months ago on Beginner Blogger - Adding Categories to your Blog Post in WordPress

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@Dugur13 Your post images should not be affected if they are stored locally and part of the post. In addition, the SEO data will come over from Thesis to Headway and be preserved too. This is built into Headway.

3 years, 8 months ago on Headway, Thesis and Genesis - A Non-Coder's Take

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@ScottMaentz Scott - Send me an email directly to my email. grant@headwaythemes.com

3 years, 9 months ago on Headway, Thesis and Genesis - A Non-Coder's Take

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@briteidea And that plugin is a great plugin. I plane to give it a try myself so I can tell the readers of BFP about it too. Thanks!!!

3 years, 10 months ago on Beginner Blogger Modifying the Publish Date in WordPress

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@jennalanger I figured that was they way you were doing it. Same as Disqus. So far, just from using Livefyre here, I do like it.

3 years, 10 months ago on Why I'm Loving the Livefyre Comments System

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Without scanning all of the comments here, which my question may be answer in. Where are the comments stored? On your own site or livefryre's?

3 years, 10 months ago on Why I'm Loving the Livefyre Comments System

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