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10 WordPress Must-Have Plugins

Role Manager Useful if you plan on having multiple users on the blog. You can customize access by user role. http://www.im-web-gefunden.de/wordpress-plugins/role-manager/ TinyMCE Advanced This adds Microsoft Word type of editing tools to write your posts. You can customize what buttons you have on there this plugin is golden. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tinymce-advanced/ Register Plus This one is strictly […]

Deep In The Jungle Of Digital

Every day the digital jungle grows more and more as new start-ups come to life offering new services for consumers and new opportunities for advertisers. New services offering a twist on old, old services offering new expanded features and a wide array of mashups. It’s a world where some things are co-dependent and others are […]

Taking Your Site Mobile

Taking your website mobile is something very relevant today for more and more people. How do you know if your site should have a mobile friendly version and offer special mobile perks? Though you can format your website specially for mobile browsers, doesn’t mean that’s all you should consider putting in the mobile version of […]

Generate Traffic To Your Website For Free

Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not. There are numerous websites out there that will sell you “information” about how to generate traffic to your website, but this post is one place where you can learn one way to generate traffic to your website for free. One easy way to generate traffic to […]

Voicing Your Opinion To A Client

While working with a group of designers and programmers today, we had a little powwow about a new site design which led to some interesting conversation about managing clients and when it is appropriate to voice your opinion about staying with the design and strategy choices of a project to clients. This made me start […]

Magento : Lets take this out back!

I have a client who recently switched his hosting provider to a more flexible one, and as we transferred to the new provider, we made a few improvements to his site’s back end and found a new product to meet his e-commerce needs as well… or so I thought. Enter Magento. So, at first glance, […]

How To Create A Custom E-blast Part 2

In this article I will cover some of the basic specs of building a custom e-blast for direct mail marketing and personal use. If you missed the first post, you can read How To Create A Custom E-blast here in my blog. Assuming you are already familiar with web design and know that web graphics […]

Markup + FTP + Terminal + More = Coda = Awesomeness!

I’ve always been a fan of hand coding XHTML and CSS and all things web for a long time now. I’ve worked on both Windows based computers and Macintosh Computers and tried a variety of coding programs. Over the years, I’ve been drawn to Adobe’s (formerly Macromedia) Dreamweaver… until recently. The past 5 days, I’ve […]

Let Your Vote Count

It’s that time again. Time to let your vote count. If you haven’t done so already, you should consider voting in this year’s Webware Vote. This is a great cause because it let’s the developer’s and service providers know that they’re doing a great job and that the general public loves their work. Determining who […]

Choosing The Right Web Host

On occasion, I get asked who my web host is and how I decided on them as my web host and who the best web host is. It’s simple really. When determining the right web host for you, you’ll need to ask yourself a few simple questions: What base platform will you be needing/coding in? […]