For those of you with a WordPress site, here’s a quick video tip on working with links in the backend and explaining a couple small improvements recently added to WordPress. Level: novice.
This past Saturday the entire Figoli Quinn & Associates crew headed up to Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR to learn and share all things WordPress at the Wordcamp PDX 2017 conference. Not only did we pick up a number of tricks, but I was given the great opportunity to share some thoughts on […]
We’re excited to announce that I’ll be a speaker at the Wordcamp PDX 2017 conference. I’ll be giving a lightning talk introducing ways that WordPress developers can improve their content editing process and why that might matter. Check out https://2017.portland.wordcamp.org/speaker/steven-quinn to learn more and to sign up for the conference. Afterwards, we’ll be posting the presentation […]
Another website is live! In probably the biggest rebuild project we’ve had to date, we helped Instant Music Now completely rebuild their e-commerce site selling royalty free music from the ground up. Learn more about what we did on their project page or visit the website to purchase some great royalty free music at https://www.instantmusicnow.com.
If you maintain your own WordPress website and use the Widgets feature to add bits of text or images or other content to the sidebar or footer of your site, it’s a good time to double check how that content is showing up properly. WordPress is normally pretty good about making sure upgrades to the […]
We’ve got another brand new website out the door, this time for the awesome folks at Gallic & Johnson Financial. This new site allows them to better display and organize their content, makes it easier to edit, and gives them a friendly new look. You can visit the site at https://www.gallicfinancial.com or read more about […]
InEugene Realestate just asked up to update their TV application that displays listing in their front window. In this update, we made sure we’re always pulling their listings via the IDX library in addition to whatever listings are showing based on the parameters set for the application. The really cool piece we’ve added though is […]
We’ve all been there. You go to your website, and you just get this “meh” sort of feeling. It might not be obvious why, but inevitably the words “My website sucks” come up. Quickly following this is a desire to abandon the old website and start fresh on a new one. New platform, new code, […]
If you’ve ever operated a WordPress website for any length of time, you’ll know those updates I’m talking about. You log into your website there’s that blast of color in the sidebar, in the top of the page, all over. Your website has X updates available! Update WordPress to version X.X. My Cool Plugin has […]
There’s nothing we like better when we find a project that’s not only fun, but we’re able to help someone else do awesome work. A couple weeks ago I was introduced to West Livaudais who runs the Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Connection which provides a bunch of resources and meetings for Oregonians living with spinal cord injuries […]
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