5 Things Web Designers Should Know

Posted by on Jun 20, 2013 in Design, Web Development | 0 comments

5 Things Web Designers Should Know

Now this is funny and so true side of dealing with clients as a web designer. Never make changes to a project when client is present. Charge a fair price.  Charge to low and you could be selling yourself and other designers short of what is deserved. The client expects their website to be completed before the deadline, or accept them constantly bothering you. If your client wants design that’s good, nice and cheap, apply the rule of three. If it’s good and nice,...

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PopUp Menu Link – WordPress Tutorial – Contact Me

Posted by on Jun 6, 2013 in Blog, Web Development | 0 comments

PopUp Menu Link – WordPress Tutorial – Contact Me

WordPress Tutorial Would your rather have a popup menu link and page for your “Contact Me” in your menu.  Well, here is a pretty cool way to to accomplish that task. You will need 2 plugins an optional 3rd. Popup Contact Form from gopiplus Jin Menu by Buffernow Configure SMTP by Coffee 2 (optional I use because I run on Windows server and php mail is funky)  [easyazon-image align=”none” asin=”111844227X” locale=”us”...

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WordPress Is Bent On World Domination

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in Blog, Web Development | 1 comment

WordPress Is Bent On World Domination

The Top 5 Reasons Why WordPress is taking the CMS Lead… Free!  As an open source software platform, WordPress is free because it’s been developed by a worldwide community of developers, who do it as a hobby and because they love the open source spirit. Yes coders can be a little crazy but just as lovable! Not only WordPress itself is free but also most of its themes and plugins are free, which means that you can build and scale your WordPress website easily and...

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Prompt Support Responses

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in Blog, Web Development | 0 comments

Prompt Support Responses

While in development of this site I came across a plugin I very much wanted to use called Rotating Tweets (Twitter widget and shortcode).  I have to step back and tell you that I do not run WordPress on linux which is the most common platform as the servers for ETC have always been windows based.  (we can fight about that later :)) Because of this from time to time I run into compatibility issues that can be a pain if were not for my network guy @geoffking and sometimes...

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Understanding Responsive Web Design

Posted by on Apr 13, 2013 in Blog, Web Development | 0 comments

Understanding Responsive Web Design

Spectacularly Easy Responsive Design The Responsive Grid System isn’t a framework. It’s not a boilerplate either. It’s a quick, easy & flexible way to create a responsive web site. Have Any Number of Columns Don’t be forced into having a fixed number of columns across a whole page. You can have whatever you want, wherever you need it. Scales to Any Width Because it uses percentages, your fluid columns will fit into any width. The margins...

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