WordPress Tag

[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column][vc_column_text]As part of my web design process with new clients, I regularly ask them to show me websites that they've recently seen online that they like the visual look and feel of. I often get a list of websites back from them with a detailed response of what aspects they liked most - how the navigation is laid out, whether there is a large slider on the homepage,  footer layout, color scheme, etc. To follow up, I often want to know if the websites were built with WordPress and sometimes it's helpful to identify...

I find my eyes glazing over and realize many hours have passed. I am not sure if I've made any progress at all. This accurately describes my early experience of shopping for a premium WordPress theme for a client. There are an incredible amount of choices out there, ThemeForest alone claims to have 5,701 WordPress Themes & Templates to choose from. So how do you choose? First of all, you might not have to. If you are working with a designer/developer who prefers certain themes with a good track record, it's perfectly acceptable to defer to them. You'll want to make...

WordPress Maintenance Program Flip Flop Freelance WordPress website monthly maintenance program for $25  includes: Bi-weekly back-ups of the site. Regular backups ensure that a site can be restored quickly in case of a security breach within the hosting server or other technical malfunction. Regular updates to Wordpress core coding, and plugin coding and theme files. Outdated code is the #1 vulnerability to an existing website by outside attacks (often mass attacks within a hosts server). By performing the regular updates provided by WordPress, theme developers and plugin developers, your website is more secure against these types of attacks. *the maintenance program does not involve...

Many of my clients ask about whether the theme they chose is mobile responsive or mobile friendly. But what does that really mean? First, it's important to know that if the theme they chose is not "mobile friendly" it does not mean that it can't be easily viewed on all mobile devices. It can be seen and navigated on all mobile devices - including those with the smallest screens but it's the ease of navigating through one's site that varies greatly when a theme is dubbed "mobile friendly".  When a theme is designed to break itself down smoothly across a variety...