Tag: WordPress.org

  • The City Boys Allstars

    The City Boys Allstars

    [twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty] Moved The City Boys Allstars, a Jazz Rock band’s website from a HTML static site to a WordPress CMS with eCommerce, shopping cart site.

  • Using WordPress.com for your business blog? Think again.

    Using WordPress.com for your business blog? Think again.

    Are you using a ‘WordPress.com’ site for your business blog? Or in other words, is your blog’s web address, http://something.wordpress.com? You might want to re-think that. If you have been writing for a while (over a year), you may not have the SEO (search engine optimization) credit that your site deserves. You can only have…

  • Winter Olympic Athletes Using WordPress

    Winter Olympic Athletes Using WordPress

    I’ve chosen to highlight the Winter Olympic athletes using WordPress on their official site, in the spirit of the closing of the 2014 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXII Olympic Winter Games, For the purpose of this post, I am focusing on sites that are using self-hosted WordPress as their CMS platform. In no…

  • 7 WordPress Plugins to Love

    7 WordPress Plugins to Love

    Whether you have just started your self-hosted WordPress site, or you have been using WordPress for a while, there are some things that WordPress can’t operate without, and that’s plugins. Plugins in WordPress extend the functionality of the site. For example, if I wanted to show the latest from my Twitter or Facebook feeds, there…

  • Pazit Productions

    Pazit Productions

    [twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty] Moved the blog from WordPress.com to a self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org) site for an award-winning film, television and interactive media producer. WordPress.com to WordPress.org migration.

  • Hindin Healthcare Advisors

    Hindin Healthcare Advisors

    HTML to WordPress migration for a Healthcare Consultant

  • AMA Medical Group

    AMA Medical Group

    Created a Medical Practice’s Website using WordPress and the Thesis Theme. The client wanted a website in which they could easily add, edit and update content as needed, yet still maintain a flexible solution.

  • A Holiday Gift for WordPress.com users (and .org users)

    WordPress.com users are no longer being held back. Now they can also have custom contact forms on their blogs. New contact form builder comes to WordPress.com users (and .org users)

  • In the ‘Wood Blog

    In the ‘Wood Blog

    [twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty] Moved the blog from Blogger to WordPress.org

  • Projector 123 Rentals Blog

    Projector 123 Rentals Blog

    Created a customized WordPress Template for a projector rentals company. The client wanted to get into the blog scene while maintaining the look and feel of their existing website.