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How to Add a Color Tinted Full Width Google Map in WordPress

How to Add a Color Tinted Full Width Google Map in WordPress

By / May 21, 2014 / Tutorials

A Google Map is a great feature to include on a “Contact” or “About” page. It adds a layer of interactivity and allows your visitors to quickly see where you or your business is located. However, if you really want your design to standout, simply embedding a standard Google Map won’t cut it.

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How to Create a Social Sharing Bar Graph for WordPress

How to Create a Social Sharing Bar Graph for WordPress

By / May 14, 2014 / Tutorials

When creating the new design for WDL, I knew that I wanted to create a cleaner and more minimalistic design than I had with any of the previous versions of the site. And I also wanted to do something new and unique with the social sharing buttons – something that had not been done before….

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MP6: The Shape Of Things To Come For The WordPress Dashboard?

By / Aug 6, 2013 / News

Let’s be honest, the WordPress dashboard is neither attractive to look at nor particularly conducive to efficient workflows. The design is reminiscent of web apps from the early years of the century and would benefit from some serious sprucing up.

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17+ Resources for Churches Using WordPress

By / Aug 2, 2012 / Resources

Since more than 15% of the web is powered by WordPress, itís not surprising that many churches are utilizing it. Here’s a collection of great resources for churches using WordPress:

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10 Professional Minimal WordPress Themes

By / Oct 28, 2010 / Resources

Whitespace, good typography, and a solid layout are all important aspects of a good design, and especially a minimal design. When these three elements are executed correctly, it translates into a highly professional look. If you’re a WordPress user, the problem is that finding a solid minimal theme can be a challenge. So for this…

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10 Excellent WordPress Themes for Portfolios and Galleries

By / Oct 14, 2010 / Resources

Themes can extend WordPress into much more than just a blogging platform, and it’s common for theme developers to create themes with a focus on specific niches. For example, a few weeks ago we posted a collection of business WordPress themes that were aimed at giving business owners an easy way to get a great…

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10 Professional WordPress Themes for Business Websites

By / Sep 22, 2010 / Resources

Custom website designs aren’t right for every business, especially those that are on a tight budget or trying to stay as lean as possible. Many of these businesses turn to WordPress. It’s an excellent CMS solution, and there is a large selection of affordable themes available designed specifically for business websites. The only problem is…

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10 Free Clean and Minimal WordPress Themes

By / Jul 9, 2010 / Freebies

WordPress has become one of the top choices for content management systems among website owners. This has happened for several reasons, but one is the readily available collection of themes that can transform the appearance and functionality of a site. There are all kinds of themes out there, but some of my favorites are the…

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WordPress 3.0: Changing The Way We Manage Content

By / Jun 1, 2010 / Tools

As most of you already know, WordPress 3.0 has been released. Although it’s still in a beta release stage, you can take it for a test drive and check out the many new features that are available. Many people already use WordPress for many things other than just blogging but this release will certainly create…

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20 Best WordPress Ecommerce Themes

By / May 25, 2010 / Resources

WordPress is a great platform for setting up an online store, and there is a wide range of themes available to help sellers reach target customers. This post presents 20 of the best ecommerce themes, including both free and premium examples, covering storefront templates aimed at a variety of niche markets.