Site Coding

Competitive Optimization

Have you taken a look lately at your competitors’ sites?  A real deep look?  Have you compared the amount of different media they have, they type and freshness of their written content, which keywords they use, what their phrases they rank for, what niches do they use to spread the word, which social sites they […]

Web Coding 101

Some say, knowing coding is a necessity to create a great site.  There are so many functioning and beautiful websites out there that disprove this, and more online every day.  BUT for the WordPress Aficionado you really need to have an idea of what three main codes do; if nothing else, it makes it easier […]

Website Automation

I will admit there is no way I can cover all the different ways to use plugins the WordPress platform, and other online services, offer to automate your website.  I do know what my clients like and use regularly.  But there is so much more it gives me goose-bumps.  As I explore and test more, […]

“Impossible”… HA!

A client had a bad experience migrating his website to WordPress. He wanted the new site to look as much like his old site as possible.  Here is what he got on the first part of the process with another developer. To some degree this difference was understandable, sidebars are widgets.  Widgets can be tricky […]

Update and Upgrade Procedures

This is one of the few bad things about WordPress.  Depending on the size and complexity of your site… you can have weekly upgrades/updates to your plugins, your theme, or the 2-3 times a year WordPress updates its platform.  Not to mention the upgrades and updates done by your host provider; which they do, but […]

Fixed Codes

When it comes to hacked sites, most developers consider this a bitter-sweet situation.  You never hope your client’s website is hacked, but if it is there is no better rush than when you fix it and defeat them!  As for me, I get the same high when I fix bad code and make the site […]