If you are new to WordPress and want to dive in and set up and design your own web site, you should pay a visit to these 10 web sites. They are chock full of great WordPress information and how-to’s. WordPress Codex — The the online manual for WordPress and a living repository for WordPress… Read More»
If you are building WordPress sites using the Genesis framework, here are some resources you might want to bookmark. Genesis has become one of the most popular frameworks on which to develop WordPress and now there is no shortage of third-party themes (free and premium) and online resources devoted strictly to Genesis. We will be… Read More»
We’ve been using Genesis for a few years, mostly for our cost-conscious clients. It’s an amazingly powerful framework. Now that we’ve been living with Genesis for awhile, here’s our take on some pretty handy, dandy Genesis focused plugins.
A net search caused me to go looking for coffee-themed icon sets. With wi-fi enabled coffee houses and delis sprouting like mushrooms after a rain, it’s nice to know you can spruce up such a web site with these clever social media icons. As with all freely offered icon sets, please check each artist’s specific… Read More»
Tired of the ho-hum (and somewhat costly) offerings at stock photo repositories such as iStockPhoto, Getty Images, and the like? Here are some lesser-known alternatives. Little Visuals This U.K. web site offers up a subscription-based platter of seven high resolution photos each week. Just sign up and subscribe to Little Visuals in your email inbox.… Read More»
A few years ago people with smartphones were considered anti-social geeks. Now, most of us spend more time looking at a screen than doing anything else. So, if you are already looking, why not inspire yourself a little bit. P.S.- I made this… (DIY stuff) The Design Files (Interior design) Love Food (Delicious desserts) Laura… Read More»