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.
A few months ago, I wrote about our experience in porting a site from CMS Made Simple to WordPress and the difficulty in finding similar plugins to replace the CMSMS modules the site was using. Turns out that the popular WordPress plugin Next Generation Gallery conflicted with the one plugin we found that worked well […]
I’ve been a bit disenchanted with CMS Made Simple lately. I have several client sites using it currently. Most of them are pretty basic sites so that’s one reason CMSMS was chosen. However, of late, it’s been very buggy, the upgrades are problematic to say the least, and invariably, one or more modules do not […]
Wire frames or bare bones themes make your WordPress design and development life easier. They keep you from having to reinvent the wheel every time you start a new WordPress project. Here are ten picks for wire frames (or bare bones themes) that you might want to consider for your future WordPress design and development […]
While we here at Pixelita Designs prefer to “roll our own” hand coded themes for our clients, there are times when it might be good to start with a solid WordPress theme. Maybe money’s tight and you can’t afford to hire a web designer. Maybe you as a web designer have a need for a […]