WordPress, HTML, CSS, Design, Technology and the internets in general.

WordPress set to Power even more Websites of the World

With so much positive information surrounding WordPress, a powerful, easy and FREE blogging and website content managements system, everybody wants to know where it could possibly be headed in 2016. With so much appreciation for it, one wonders just how much more the online, open source website creation tool can improve. If you are already using WordPress to publish on the web, you are part of the many millions of individuals and companies making using of it to power their websites. Continue reading

Digital Entrepreneurship – Case Study With Murphy Beds

Today, more and more online marketers move into the space of digital products. There are many obvious advantages here, and we will try to dig a little deeper in this post.

When we talk about digital products we mean stuff like E-books, E-courses, DIY-manuals etc. Stuff, which are purely digital, and can be instantly “shipped” by e-mail to the buyer. Continue reading

ACF Galleries and a slider caousel in WordPress

Working with ACF (Advanced Custom Fields) is a fantastic experience for most developers.  the plugin doesn’t just add extra functionality, it makes WordPress better, it improves the WP UI and is very very slick.I know there has been a few voices out there upset at recent changes to the business model of the plugin, and its shift to a Pro version, rather than the existing extensions, and changes to its database schema over the years, but personally I think it was dealt with well, and the Pro version is an absolute must have plugin. I have never experienced any issues. Continue reading

Co-working and Freelancing in the DIY Economy

Working the past year as a consultant outside of a traditional office or agency I have seen a shift in the working environment. There is a major shift taking place in how people are going to work. Corporations continue to outsource many functions they would keep in-house in the past. A recent Edelman study reported that over 50 million Americans are employed as freelancers.

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