Adding a Custom WP_Query to a Divi Page»
I’m gonna be upfront about not liking Divi, or any other page-builder. While they make a lot of things easier for designers who aren’t developers, it makes some things harder,…
One of the cool things about being involved with ClassicPress is the ability to see (and sometimes take part in) interactions with people who are using the platform. In CP’s…
ClassicPress is All About Business Websites and Developers»
For a few years, I’ve been hoping for a WordPress fork (WordPress is an open source project that allows taking the code and using it to start a new platform, or ‘fork’) that focuses on Content Management System (CMS) capabilities.
Evo Has Moved to Bernalillo»
For Evo, it’s time to shake things up; to seek new opportunities, new people, new ways of seeing ourselves. After more than 18 years in Santa Fe, where we started the…
Social media may be harmful to your personal well-being (but it can still be good for your business)»
There are several studies and articles over the last few years (google: ‘facebook makes us sad’) pointing to social media decreasing our happiness and sense of well-being. And it’s not…
10 Things Every Business Website Needs»
Web design and web designers are subject to fads. The proliferation of ready-made templates and themes (adhering to the latest web design fads) encourages shoe-horning content into presentation models that often don’t address real-world needs of business websites.
Why DIY websites are not in business owners’ best interests»
You’ve seen the ads and you’ve seen the websites made with Do-it-Yourself web builders: Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, and several others. There are even a couple of WordPress themes that come pretty close to turning WordPress into a DIY platform, Divi being perhaps the best-known.
Filter Custom Post Type with Dropdown Menu using Custom Taxonomy»
With a project I’m working on, I need to make sure site editors can add categories as needed, then automatically allow visitors to use those categories to filter posts on the front end. That means a custom taxonomy is the way to go.
A Sustainable Approach to Maintaining a Viable Website and Business»
Periodic, ongoing website maintenance is critical to your website functioning properly and warding off attempted website hacks and attacks (which continue to increase). Just as important, as your business needs evolve, your website needs to evolve to support them.
6 Ways to Tell if You Need a New Website»
If you think of your website as an expense, and not as an investment in your business, it’s quite likely it has one or more of the following issues. A well-designed and well thought out website can give your business or organization an edge that can be the difference between thriving and surviving (or not).