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 […]
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. (I should know; I’ve been a legal secretary for […]
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 […]