Before you think that it’s cheaper to use WordPress.com, you may want to keep reading as the WordPress.com platform may not be the best for a business, but only ideal for a blogger. Average businesses will cost between $3,000 and $15,000. If you work with a good agency it will cost between $8,000 and $40,000. … Continue reading “Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website”
Writing CSS in WordPress isn’t much different that for a static HTML site. The main difference is being familiar with how WordPress dynamically outputs classes and why. There’s a saying that I like about CSS and writing code for websites. Make it classy. For example, if you style a widget, using the ID of the … Continue reading “Writing CSS in WordPress”
We’re all familiar with the mantra “the customer is always right.” Our objective is to always satisfy our customers, but more importantly, to their users. When implementing a web design project, the goal is to appeal to the personal tastes of the customer. However, this can lead to a shortage of functionality, which produces unmet expectations … Continue reading “Why you should think mobile design before desktop”
Mobile Responsive design has been around since 2010, but marketers are still using it as a buzzword with prospects. But are designers thinking mobile first? Mobile devices are used more than any other source to access and search the web. If 60% of your traffic is from mobile devices, having a mobile-first WordPress theme should … Continue reading “Rise of Mobile-first WordPress Themes”
Shipping with WordPress version 4.7 is the new default theme, Twenty Seventeen. And it looks amazing so far by the way. I personally cannot wait to get my hands on it and start making custom themes with it.