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Archive for the “Development” Category

May
14

Blogger to WordPress: The Painless Way!

by Valerie

We’ve had multiple clients who have decided to make the big leap from Blogger to WordPress. WordPress offers a lot more flexibility and independence, which is why it’s the only platform we work with! However, even with the ‘helpful’ importers and exporters available on both Blogger and WordPress, you can still end up with posts that are a jumbled mess, akin to this.

I think we can all agree that …

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Feb
2

New Custom WordPress Design – CrossFit Scottsdale

by Valerie

We have just rolled out a fantastic new design for CrossFit Scottsdale! We’ve had the pleasure of working with them for a couple of years, and they wanted a fresher, more updated site. We were happy to oblige! It’s built on WordPress and has lots of fun features. Check it out…

CrossFit Scottsdale

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Jan
13

Yes, You CAN Use CSS3 in IE!

by Valerie

For a long time, I’ve been resigned to the idea that I would just have to continue using images to create drop shadows, gradients, and rounded corners in our websites. Yes, CSS3 is out there, and fabulous, but what good is it if IE8 (and older) doesn’t support it?

Yesterday, I made a discovery that changed all that. I found CSS3Pie – a script that enables all the fab features …

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Jan
13

To Ease the Pain of Developing for Internet Explorer…

by Valerie

I found this excellent script to recreate HTML5 elements in any version of Internet Explorer lower than 9. It worked like a charm for me, so I’m including it here for 2 reasons:

  1. To share the wealth!
  2. To save it so I can locate it easily next time I need to use it

Hope it helps!…

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Apr
29

WordPress How-To: Display Category Name Based on Slug

by Valerie

I’ve been developing sites on WordPress for awhile now, and I love it for a number of reasons. It’s fully customizable, has an incredibly intuitive and easy-to-use interface, and the thousands of plugins available pretty much cover all the bases for any functionality you could possibly need.

I’ve also been learning lots of nice little tricks for customizing themes. I plan to occasionally post little tutorials describing some of these …

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