When in comes to making modifications to a WordPress theme, creating a Child Theme is Job #1. From the WordPress.org codex: A WordPress child theme is a theme that inherits the functionality of another theme, called the parent theme, and allows you to modify, or add to, the functionality of that parent theme.
Most articles in this category address general Web and Internet issues. Some of them are rants and ramblings that may have less to do with the Web and the Internet and more to do with life lessons and business lessons.
Any takers? Lemme explain. I’m trying to dive into OOP in PHP. If you are, too – or if you happen to enjoy teaching others what you already know – maybe this is for you.
Darn those Facebook kids. As someone who is a member of several Facebook Groups and an administrator of a few, I didn’t like it when Facebook introduced the new format for Facebook Groups several months ago. In particular, I thought it was ridiculous that they dropped the Discussion feature in favor of Docs. Now they’re […]
Libra, the name of the seventh constellation of the Zodiac, translates to “The Scales” and connotes “Balance” We think this fits. Our Libra Program is a balance of forces: You, nSiteful, and the WordPress CMS. And it strikes a balance between high quality and low cost. This breakdown is a general description of the division […]
WordPress is a tradeoff. But a good one. WordPress was originally created as a blogging platform for civilians (i.e., people who don’t know anything about HTML). The product has evolved to become much more than just blogging software — it has matured into a preeminent Content Management System (CMS) that can be used to design […]
The Libra Program (described in detail here on our company Web site) is both a product and a process. In a nutshell: Libra is the name I’ve given to a Web design and development process that falls somewhere between the Make-Your-Own-Website wizards and custom development projects. WordPress software is installed on the customer’s Web server. […]
One way to encourage people to Join/Like your Facebook Fan Page is to embed a Facebook Fan Page widget in a page of your Web site! Here’s what Vicki Richardson (Lollipop Chef) and I did today: