Four years after we created their first website, in January 2016 we published an updated WordPress Theme for them. Being that the site was already in WordPress no content needs to be moved or redeveloped. Not only does the design present a fresh airy aesthetic but it is also Responsive Design. The gallery shows a […]
For the Sophos President’s Club Event. In 2016, this was an exotic trip to Africa. The website design was built to be responsive and we executed all the spec’s in Drupal. Below you can see screenshots from a desktop computer, mobile phone and tablet.
based on the article of the same topic form Jerod Morri Search Engine Optimization (“SEO”) is the foundation of nearly every online marketing program, and it has the potential to be truly transformation for your business. If you are launching or re-launching a website, there is no good reason not to do so with SEO […]
It’s the little things in life that make us happy and release of Wordpress is one. It’s a big release which means maybe this isn’t such small thing afterall. Having a good Wordpress website has come to mean in part, have the most up to date version of the software and all its plugins. Here’s the news directly from Wordpress.org about the recent August 2015 release of version 4.3:
The CMI website is a tool for their sales team and brokers to connect with existing and potential customers. It announces new products and product lines, as well as have an exhaustive and easy to use library of applications to download.
We wanted to let you know that a security vulnerability was recently discovered in the popular WordPress plugin Jetpack. Click here for more information.
This is just one incident, but can happen with any out of date plugin at anytime. Make sure you are on our Wordpress maintenance plan, so we can automatically update plugins for you.
Here are the steps you need to take to clear your browser cache if you are working on an Apple Mac. We often get calls from our clients saying, “I don’t see the changes you (or I) made!” If there is no obvious reason for this, and if we are seeing the changes, we usually ask the client to clear their browser’s cache. This happens enough that we thought we should leave instructions through a blog post. The “Cache” is a browser’s temporary storage area where it saves images and files from the web pages you visit. This helps the page will load faster next time you access it. The problem is that when you are making or reviewing changes to your website, you obviously need to see the very latest version of the page. Clearing your cache allows you to see the most recent version of the website.