A while back, I wrote about using Onswipe, a service that automagically enables iPad friendly versions of WordPress websites. In that post I described how I had configured Onswipe to run on all of my sites. A couple days after writing that post, and without much fanfare, I disabled Onswipe. A couple weeks ago, Carol … Continue reading On Design for the Web: Re-Visiting Onswipe
Over the weekend, I decided to resolve an issue that has been bugging me. I love the Woo Themes I've installed across my sites, but some features and functions don't translate well to the iPad. I fixed that by installing a simple plugin for WordPress made by Onswipe. This cool little plugin transforms any WordPress … Continue reading Onswipe Plugin for WordPress Enables iPad App-Like Functionality
The Chrome browser by Google has become my browser of choice. But I have been frustrated by the inability to easily switch between my Google accounts. In a development version of the browser, multiple user profile support has finally come, which means ...
I just don't get it. I have yet to see a truly great website for an I.T. consultant, except for major providers. And it doesn't help the already weak marketing position that most tech consultants have. The barrier of entry for most small businesses when it comes to putting together a website is the technical … Continue reading Why Do I.T. Consultants Have Such Crappy Websites?
This is a link to the Canvas theme that I'm currently using to power BLHill.net. It is extremely customizable and I didn't have to edit a single PHP file to do it. I was able to add in custom styling, awesome typography, and incorporate my analytics, email newsletter, feedburner and social media codes/links.