Hang tight because you are going to see a revamped Pixelita.com in the next few weeks. I have ben flip-flopping between premium Genesis child tthemes Agency Pro, Beautiful Pro, and Centro Pro, and have decided that as much as I do love the Genesis framework, I am going to roll my own on this one,… Read More»
We’ve just significantly revamped and updated our whitepaper, CMS Shootout: WordPress Versus CMS Made Simple. Download it below. [download file=”http://pixelita.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/whitepaper_cms_showdown_republished_20140610.pdf” title=”CMS Showdown: WordPress Versus CMS Made Simple”] JoniJoni Mueller has been designing web sites for hire since 2003, when she first blew up her web host’s server by insisting on running Greymatter. Since then, Joni… Read More»
I recently put together a proposal for a prospective client, a financial advisor, who is in need of a web site. To demonstrate that such a web site could be built on WordPress, I trawled the Internet for just such examples. There were quite a few, most very well done. But there were some groaners… 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.
I’ve jumped on the Genesis framework bandwagon of late when I had to put together a couple of non-profit sites where budget was a huge factor (a restrictive factor). I was impressed with the solidly-coded framework and the ease with which I could customize the site design.
Homeowners associations (HOAs) and civic clubs serve a narrow but important purpose. They inform their residents of rules and regulations of their community, but also act as more than that. They can be sounding boards for community issues, and a social gathering place, a virtual “back fence” as it were. We are showcasing ten beautiful HOA or civic club sites running on WordPress. Enjoy.