Here’s a few Google fonts used in our Framework (for default options). We recommend using these fonts as titles (headers) in your next web design project.
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Captcha, the bane of spammers and website users alike. I know everyone has experienced the joys of squinting at their screen trying to decipher the arcane letters and shapes so that they can leave a comment on their favorite blog explaining why anyone who things the Dr. Who spin-off series are canon is as foolish […]
This post simply showcases (with real numbers) the growth, interest and use of WordPress, Drupal and Joomla (three open source Content Management Systems).
WordPress was built as a blogging platform for all skill levels. It then turned into a Content Management System enabling businesses to create websites that are easy to manage. Now, WordPress is turning into a full compliment to every website concept imaginable and will continue to become more robust and secure. It’s built for easy […]
Your agency has made the decision to allow Spark Logix Studios to develop your client’s web presence. If your group is providing mockup artwork to use, this will serve as your guide in understanding best practices for design preparation for development with Spark. Complete & Customized Framework Spark Logix Studios has spent years creating and […]
Adding a blog post in WordPress is about as easy as sending an email. Once you understand the basics you’ll be well on your way to creating your first post. Luckily WordPress makes managing websites easy and at the core of that ease is creating a page or post. Use the WordPress editor to write/create […]
Creating local landing pages may be one of the best methods in growing your lead source in a local, targeted area. This post will overview exactly what to do and how to do it so you’ll be ready to create a better local marketing plan (in relation to search marketing). Ranking better in the SERPS […]
As you may already be aware, using WordPress is one of the best choices you can make when determining the right CMS for your website. Why? Cause so many people are working collaboratively to make sure it’s always updated, fresh and relevant. As you can see here at the WordPress release archive there have been […]
On February 20, 2014, Chrome v33 was released. With this release, Chrome claimed that those dealing with the problem of Webfonts on their sites not appearing in that browser. Unfortunately, many people were still experiencing the problem. The way the issue manifested is this: In the Chrome browser, if you visited a website using a […]
WordPress shortcodes are really awesome BUT at first (for noobs) they can seem more difficult than they really are. We’re going to clear up what shortcodes are and display for you how easy they are to use. WP introduced the incredible tool in version 2.5 on March 29th, 2008. At Spark Logix, we’ve been building […]