WordPress is one of the best platforms to build your website on these days. It’s a great fit for creating a blog or online magazine. WordPress has also proven to be a great option when building a shopping site. Premium ecommerce WordPress themes are easy to find, but it’s quite challenging to choose really high-quality […]
Now that you’ve gone through the famous five minute WordPress install, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to work. There’s a few definite things you must do to create a stronger WordPress blog or website. You’ll need to amp up your security, your SEO, and your spam filter, just to name a […]
People browse the web using laptops, smartphones, tablets and monitors of various sizes. It’s our mission to take care of all these people and make their website experience as pleasant as possible. We have to make sure that essential website elements not only decrease in size properly, but also increase when it’s needed. So, today […]
The CSS3 @font-face rule and services like Google Fonts have really opened up the doors for people to be more creative with web typography. Google Fonts has over 630 fonts available to choose from, and in this article, I’m going to show you an extremely easy way to use Google Fonts in WordPress – not […]
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.
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. […]
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.
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:
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 […]