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client spotlight: Melissa Holobach

client spotlight: Melissa Holobach

Redesign of Professional WordPress Site and Blog: Melissa's Corner When Melissa Holobach received her most recent award for her professional accomplishments, she wanted a web presence that truly reflected her professionalism, experience, and expertise as an executive...

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How to afford a WordPress website

How to afford a WordPress website

Back in the mid- to late-aughts, when WordPress was still but a wee blogging platform, it was fashionable (and not completely false) to rave about the fact that the software is free - just hop over to wordpress.org to download the files and start developing on your...

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client spotlight: The Rules of Life

client spotlight: The Rules of Life

Client-Led WordPress Website Design: The Rules of Life Book Series Site For many individuals or small businesses, one of the biggest challenges when building a website is identifying the correct approach for the development process. For each new project, the developer...

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client spotlight: Civilis Strategies

client spotlight: Civilis Strategies

Civilis Strategies is the newest member of The Omni Family of brands owned by 3LS, Inc. Civilis is focused on government and non-profit civic engagement consulting. They knew that they wanted a WordPress site to remain consistent with the rest of 3LS's web properties,...

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client spotlight: Avicenna Acupuncture Clinic

client spotlight: Avicenna Acupuncture Clinic

Igor Zielinski and Petra E. Schalk are a husband-wife team who own and operate Avicenna Acupuncture Clinic in the Wheat Ridge area of Denver, CO. Their original site, built in 2009 and maintained by Igor for 8 years, was written in HTML, using tables and internal CSS....

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Get ready – website accessibility is the new black

Get ready – website accessibility is the new black

At first blush, it’s certainly easy to answer enthusiastically and in the affirmative to the question “Do you want your website to be accessible to as many people as possible?” The internet itself has an inherent feeling of being “for everyone”, a place where anyone...

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