Why don’t you support IE?

By Amber Weinberg on March 21, 2019

IE11 has been the last of the old outdated browsers that won’t die. While IE11 was way better in terms of web standards, supporting Flexbox and a few other “newish” CSS standards, it still lagged behind the rest of the web and didn’t offer automatic updates with support for things like CSS Grid or clip-path…. Read more »

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How does WP Engine’s legacy staging environment work?

By Tamara Olson on February 14, 2019

We couldn’t be more excited to share another post to rave about another one of WP Engine’s beloved features. (In case you missed it: Why we recommend WPengine) This time, we’re here to talk about how the Legacy Staging feature and functionality work. First things first: Every hosted, functional version of WordPress consists of both… Read more »

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Why do you love Sketch so much? (Developer Edition)

By Team Simpatico on February 20, 2018

Since last October when we published Why We Love Sketch, we’ve gotten several inquiries from our developer friends why they specifically should love Sketch. Never ones to shy away from an opportunity to evangelize, we are proud to bring you part 2: Six reasons why your developer will love Sketch.

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How do you build custom WordPress websites?

By Tamara Olson on May 16, 2017

We build and maintain sites for our clients using WordPress, and specialize in building custom themes. We use our rich background in user experience to ensure that the WordPress back-end (where you login to update your content) is as user-friendly as the front-end (what your users see).

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How do I install WordPress inside a subdirectory?

By Josh Vickery on May 4, 2017

This week, we are pleased to feature a guest blog post from Josh Vickery, VP of Engineering for SquareFoot. We recently completed a WordPress build for SquareFoot. Josh was able to create a workaround allowing us to install their blog inside their root directory, squarefoot.com – and was kind enough to share with us the… Read more »

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