If you’re wanting a live Google map on your website, Google now requires you to setup a billing account and obtain API keys from their Google Cloud platform. Unfortunately, it’s not a very easy interface to use and requires some getting used to, so we’ve written a step-by-step walkthrough to make the process a little… Read more »
JQVMaps is my favorite go-tos for interactive SVG maps. It’s so easy to setup and customize. But what if your client wants to control and edit the map easily? Hooking up Advanced Custom Fields to take control of a JQVMap is super easy! Let’s take a simple example – a client of ours wanted a… Read more »
Accessibility matters in every step of the web design process from the design itself, to the code, to the content you add. Let’s take a look at some things you can do to improve your site’s accessibility.
Welcome To Your New Website! That was a lot of work, wasn’t it? New websites come with strategy, content, design, development, and SEO to name a few. But once the project is “finished” (and let’s face it, a website is never truly finished!) and launched, then what? Do you want to edit your own content… Read more »
The “choose two” design rule applies to SquareSpace and WordPress websites as well. Our clients often wonder about the differences between SquareSpace and WordPress. In the end, either service will give you a website, but they vastly differ in the means to get there – as well as in cost and features. So let’s take… Read more »
It’s common knowledge that having a form on your website is an open invitation for spam submissions. Unfortunately, there’s no one tried-and-true way to block bots from your form, but rather, several different anti-spam measures out there, each with their own pros and cons. We have to be careful to walk the line between our… Read more »
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 »
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).
When we’re asked to submit website proposals, one of the first things we try to suss out is what’s best for the client: suggesting that we build a custom WordPress theme, or recommending they use an existing theme. This often prompts an understandable question: What’s the difference?
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 »