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PSD to WordPress: Prepping the PSD for a Developer

I do a lot of PSD to WordPress projects and they continue to be my favorite type of project to do. However, the organization, or lack thereof,  within any PSD can mean a world of difference when it comes to the development time of any project. I love to operate at maximum efficiency and I… Read more

Favorite WordPress Plug-ins

One of the many great things about WordPress is it has a massive development community who contribute to the WordPress plug-in repository. This means there are so many plug-ins out there that can make your life easier as a WordPress developer or WordPress user. Here are a few of my personal favorites: Advanced Custom Fields:… Read more

So you want to modify a WordPress theme?

WordPress theme modifications are a great alternative if you don’t have the budget for a completely custom project, especially if there is a theme you come across that is right in line with what you want. Fortunately, there are a ton of themes out there as potential possibilities. Unfortunately though, there are so many that… Read more

How Many WordPress Plug-ins Is Too Many Plug-ins?

One huge advantage to using WordPress is there is such a large, passionate family of developers that are constantly working on both the core of WordPress to improve it overall and building handy plug-ins for additional functionality. There is a plug-in out there to do almost anything. There are 38,000+ plug-ins available in the WordPress.org… Read more

Shopify as an E-Commerce Solution + Custom Shopify Themes

I get asked about recommended e-commerce solutions a lot so I thought I would write up some information about one of the solutions I really like: Shopify. Shopify isn’t a WordPress-based solution. It’s an external e-commerce solution. Your shop lives completely on Shopify’s servers vs. your own. Advantages to this are you don’t have to… Read more

Web-Friendly Fonts: Learn ’em and Love ’em

I do a lot of PSD to WordPress projects. It’s my most common project type and it’s also the type of project I enjoy the most. One thing that I frequently run into is the use of non-web-friendly fonts throughout PSDs. If you are a designer, here are some handy resources to check to choose… Read more

SSL and WordPress

When you’re doing anything with on-site e-commerce checkout where you’re collecting sensitive credit card data through your website, putting a SSL in place is mandatory. SSL certificates can be purchased through your site’s web hosting company or from a third party and come with a yearly fee. This fee is separate from any fees you’re paying… Read more

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