What is Soliloquy? Soliloquy makes it easy to put multiple, responsive jQuery sliders in any page, post, custom post type, or widget on your WordPress site. It even has lightbox support (add as a separate plugin) for images, video, iframe, and more. Completely responsive, efficient in that it only uses resources when it needs them [...]
Grab a stack of paper and a few pens, this is going to be a long post and you should take notes. Scrape together $29. WP Engine. Say farewell to slow websites forever. …okay, so it wasn’t that long.
. One of the greatest parts of WordPress is the ability to add damn-near any functionality to your website that is needed through the use of plugins. This is why they exist. Let’s simplify the breakdown of a WordPress website for the sake of tackling some common concerns like: But, isn’t too many plugins bad [...]
Here’s a quick tip for adding content to your WordPress posts that only your RSS feed subscribers will see. Perhaps you want to reward your subscribers by linking to a free gift in your feed, or maybe you have a video or some other embed in your post that may not show correctly in some [...]
A Diablo 3 fansite came to us to redesign and develop their current site on the Thesis theme framework for WordPress. Among the requirements was to create a build submission system where users can submit Diablo 3 builds and vote for the ones they like the most. The submissions with the highest votes rise to [...]
What is Premise? Premise started as just a simple but feature-rich plugin that enabled WordPress users to create optimized landing pages without having any coding knowledge. These landing pages can be used as sales pages for selling software, services, eBooks, other digital downloads and more. With the recent release of Premise 2.0, WordPress users can [...]
Here is a quick tip for those looking to use the Amazon short link service (AMZN.COM) with affiliate links. Of course you can always paste the long URL into something like the Google URL Shortener but since we recently had a client who insisted on using Amazon, we thought we’d share. NOTE: There has been [...]
Steve Wells is a brilliant wedding photographer and he needed his website upgraded. He wanted a simple text-based logo and something that was clean, had plenty of whitespace, could allow for 900px wide photos and that he could easily add new photo sets to. We set him up with exactly that using the Thesis theme [...]
Simplogy is a online strategy consulting and marketing service that needed a whole new look for their site. We designed the site based on client provided wireframes and created a new logo. The site is built atop the Thesis Theme framework for WordPress and takes advantage of the Gravity Forms plugin with Campaign Monitor integration.
We developed a WordPress child theme for the Twenty Eleven theme for a group of architecture students at USC. They came to us with the designs ready and needed us to code everything together. We incorporated jQuery for the city description hover-pop-ups and implemented multiple WordPress menus to achieve our goals.