ATLWeb.com Owner James Schramko Explains Effects of Genesis and WordPress Platform Update in Latest Website News Video

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The seasoned Internet marketer advises website owners to be on the lookout for the impact of these changes on their online properties and recommends premium website development services to help them make the right adjustments.

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Being responsive means that a website works in most devices — desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. There are multiple instances of the way that the website renders, so some things have to be updated across all versions.

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Creators of the WordPress website platform have announced the release of WordPress 3.6 Beta 3 within the month, to be followed shortly by the launch of the Genesis 2.0 Beta version as well. James Schramko, CEO of SuperFastBusiness and founder of its website development division ATLWeb.com, recently shared a website news video to help business and website owners observe what effects these updates may have on their sites.

WordPress founder Mark Jaquith announced that the software for WordPress 3.6 contains a number of changes such as "improvements to the image Post Format flow, a more polished revision comparison screen, and a more quote-like quote format for Twenty Thirteen." In addition, oEmbed support will now also be available for popular music streaming services Spotify and Rdio. As for the Genesis framework (which is designed to help both novice and advanced Web developers utilize a secure and search engine-optimized foundation for websites built on the WordPress platform), new responsive elements will be introduced instead of the traditional child theme.

"Now this may or may not affect your current website when you operate, but if you find that there’s an upgrade and it’s not quite right, then check out our maintenance packages," Schramko encourages. "Our team can actually fix up or restore your site. We can make them responsive."

Being "responsive," as the Sydney-based entrepreneur explains, means that a website works in most devices that consumers use today — desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Schramko adds, "It means there are multiple instances of the way that the website renders. So, some things have to be updated across all versions, especially if you start modifying CSS or forms."

The custom website development team at ATLWeb.com offers high-quality and consistent services that can help website owners get the most value from their online investments. Clients can choose to sign up for extra website design or customization work done by the hour, detailed keyword research, or website maintenance services (including making tweaks that can enable websites to properly accommodate software or plugin updates, like those by WordPress and Genesis). They can also select and purchase custom WordPress themes, responsive themes, or affordable pre-done themes.

"If you want us to take over your website — look after it, update plugins, and to host it — then we also have those services available as well," Schramko says as he ends the news video. "We look forward to helping you out. And we’re looking forward to the new Genesis framework update and the new WordPress 3.6."

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