Category: Web Design & Development
Whether you currently have a website or you’re planning to build one soon, you need to understand common website mistakes a how to fix them. The following post covers 10 mistakes and suggested fixes for each. This is just an overview and not a definitive… Continue reading
I’ve been on a quest to find the fastest responsive WordPress theme that supports child themes. After running Motionbuzz.com on Drupal 5 and 6 for over four years, I switched to WordPress in early 2012. Why? Great question, but the answer deserves its own post.… Continue reading
Update 3/13/2012: Machform v.3 is now available. The color scheme of the admin isn’t my cup of tea, but the new functionality looks great. I love the PayPal payment option. Also Forms for Joomla v.2.5 is available. I’m very pleased Phil Taylor at Blue Flame… Continue reading
So your website has been around for a few years and it’s time to redesign. Maybe you’re planning to use a CMS such as Drupal, Joomla, or WordPress, and you want to use SEF URLs instead of your old “index.asp?pageid=123” dorky ones. Sounds like a… Continue reading
We recently used open source content management systems for two education websites. For Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering, we used Drupal, and for Melbourne Central Catholic High School, we used Joomla. The first site, for Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering, was designed by… Continue reading
I’m happy to see the government is trying to save us money and give some transparency by using Drupal — a free open source CMS—for recovery.gov. Read more at Dries Buytaert’s blog (the founder of Drupal).