In a recent article in Law Technology News entitled Is a Website’s Look and Feel Protected?, two legal scholars, Richard Raysman and Peter Brown, discuss the difference between copyright infringement of a web site and trade dress protection — a website’s “look and feel,” and how those two claims are mutually exclusive. How does this […]
This is part of the WordPress Thesis design series. Last week, I featured ten uniquely designed small business sites. Third in my Thesis series are lawyers’ web sites running on Chris Pearson’s versatile Thesis theme for WordPress. Designing law firm/legal web sites is a niche market. And working for and with lawyers isn’t for everyone. […]
This is part of the WordPress Thesis design series. Last week, I featured ten drop-dead gorgeous web sites running on Chris Pearson’s Thesis theme for WordPress. Just to illustrate how customizable this theme really is, this week, I am focusing on small business and professional web sites using Thesis.
Most of you who know me know that incorrect grammar usage and misspelled words on a web site are bugaboos for me. And my mind will quickly discredit any information I find on the web that contains such things, no matter how otherwise well-qualified the author might be. It’s my belief that if you care […]
One of the powers of WordPress has always been its custom Pages feature. It’s one of the least understood, most under-utilized, and most often misused feature WP has. In order to harness the power of WordPress, and to drive a non-blog site, understanding and exploiting custom Page templates is essential. I’ll show you here how […]
I’m not against anyone learning new things. I think everyone should. But when you are a professional or small business, and you need a web site, think twice before you roll up your sleeves and attempt to do it yourself. Our clients run the gamut from hard core geeks who maintain their own sites without […]