I think this is my third or fourth website I've developed for Richard Eaton of AlphaBio Centrix. … read more about BioEnergyShop.com
WordPress 3.6 was released a couple weeks ago and that caused a lot of excitement in the geek community, ooops, I mean web developers. With this new release came support of HTML5 features and code structure. That's pretty exciting for us geeks/web guys. Here's a short, very non-geeky explanation of … [Read more...] about Mobile Responsive Design / HTML5 – It’s Just Making Your Business Website Better and More Effective
For those of you who have been waiting, WordPress 3.6 has been released! What are some of the new features? From WordPress.org The new Twenty Thirteen theme inspired by modern art puts focus on your content with a colorful, single-column design made for media-rich blogging. Revamped Revisions … [Read more...] about WordPress 3.6 (Oscar) is Out!
This is the second design I've done for Ryan Frank and his business, Aqua Have Spas. The first one done about five years ago, so the update was very necessary, and I love the way it turned out! WordPress and Mobile Responsive Design This is a WordPress project which means it's a powerful … [Read more...] about AquaHavenSpas.com
Michael Geiger is an insurance broker here in Las Vegas. Like many professionals who work under a larger brand he was offered a 'cookie-cutter-design' website from Farmers Insurance. While that's very nice of Farmers to provide, the design of the default site is not very inspiring or … [Read more...] about GeigerInsuranceAgency.com
If you recall, last week I reported that there has been a recent onset of WordPress sites being hacked. If you missed that, now might be a good time to give it a quick once-over. (hurry back!) For the most part things have slowed down, but a slightly lower-level attack has been aimed at popular … [Read more...] about Be A Super Hero and Protect Your WordPress Site!
Last week I launched the new design of this website, ImagePerceptions.com. I loved several of the features included in this design, so last weekend I started playing around with some design ideas based on those features. At one point in the process I was having such a good time that I felt … [Read more...] about One-Page Websites w/Scrollable Menu Links
You know how every once in a while you'll move things around on your website? Maybe rename a page or post? Or maybe delete them all together. Then a client returns to a link on your site that they bookmarked a year ago, but the page has been removed or renamed and the client sees your 404 Page Not … [Read more...] about Custom 404 Error Page
I get a good number of questions about what I use to backup my WordPress sites. My answer was generally that I did manual backups using the Backup Wizard in my hosting cpanel. Most of the people asking that question usually weren't extremely interested in having to do something manually, so I did … [Read more...] about A Free Solution for Backing Up Your WordPress Site