Flat and minimalist is the trend not generic!

So the trend is going flat and minimalist. Artistic negative space and keeping things simple is a good thing, but why is it then are websites starting to become generic? I am not sure how or when companies started to think that flat and minimalist is all about being generic. Sorry you still need to […]

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Aug
31
2014

Engaging Mobile Users via Responsive Web Design

When a user first visits your website, they should feel like they’re visiting your home. It should be tidy, organized, and easily accessible for them. First impressions are crucial, and a poor experience will leave a bad taste in a user’s mouth, decreasing the chance of them returning to your site again. That’s why it’s […]

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Why you suck as a business owner

Some characteristics that you might want to evaluate before you become a business owner. 1. Technical Skills You own or want a website but the extent of your computer skills is checking email. 2. Time is Money You don’t value other people’s time. 3. All Talk You talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. […]

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Jul
13
2014

Shortcode output at top of page content in WordPress

Come across a shortcode glitch a while back when I was building custom interface for a client site. The shortcode’s output was displaying at the top of the page content, no matter where I dropped the shortcode. Searched around for quite a bit until I found the fix. Hopefully you will find this blog post […]

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Jun
17
2014

Writing the Perfect Blog Post

Blogging has become more of a way to get traffic through organic search than it is about writing small snippets of blog entries. Most blog posts are thought out, pre-planned, keyword researched, and generally looking at what other people have posted on the subject matter. It is much more involved if you are blogging to […]

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May
17
2014



Open Cart vQmod to Remove List View

Remove List View in Open Cart Recently I wrote a post on how to remove the list view in Open Cart. It is fairly easy, and since I have been having to do it quite often for client sites, I figured I might as well write a vQmod for this purpose. Im fairly new to […]

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Feb
23
2014

Removing List View fom OpenCart

How to remove list view or grid view from OpenCart Having the ability to swap between a list view and grid view is pretty nice and makes a flexible accommodating user interface for the user. But personally I do not like the list view. You don’t really get much more information and it just makes […]

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Feb
19
2014

Creating Strong Passwords – Password Generator

Creating strong passwords is always good practice especially with passwords on the web. Generally speaking a strong password consist of lowercase, uppercase, numbers and special characters. The longer the password the stronger it is. I have created a little password generator for creating strong passwords for 32, 16, and 8 Characters. Combining lowercase, uppercase, numbers […]

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Jan
12
2014

Trim whitespace on WordPress Excerpt

Recently built a client website and was pulling in a custom excerpt to the homepage for a custom post type. Everything worked fine until the client decided they were going to add a header image above every post and add some returns before the actual text started. This change on their end started giving my […]

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Jan
08
2014

Pagination for Custom Post Types in WordPress

Custom Post Types in WordPress are a great way to expand on custom WordPress development. Once you have all the custom post type in your functions.php file, usually you call a custom query in your template page for your custom post type. When doing pagination for a custom post type in WordPress One thing to […]

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Dec
15
2013



WordPress Site Development

There is a right way and a wrong way how to develop a client’s WordPress site. When you develop a site for a client you more than likely always put it up on a test server before you put it on their live server. This gives them a chance to look it over and to […]

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