Use this easy to follow step-by-step tutorial and see how easy it is to unlock and transfer your WPEngine transferable install to another WPEngine account.
Understanding the difference between categories and attributes when setting up your eCommerce website is vitally important (if you want the User Experience to be just right).
When it comes to website development, Communication is King. If a Client doesn’t have a way to reach out to the development team at all hours, and accurately communicate their needs, everything falls apart. Phone calls can be great, but invariably things are missed, or misunderstood, or forgotten. With written communication, both the Client and […]
A simple video + screenshots to showcase how simple it is to add a product using WooCommerce. WooCommerce is an eCommerce Plugin for WordPress and currently powers 25% of ALL eCommerce sites worldwide.
The ever present question… How do I rank my website to be in the first position on Google when someone does a search for what I offer? There are a lot of methods but today the algorithm has shifted in one very specific way. This means if you don’t currently have a responsive website you […]
Understanding UX before building a website can really help the project come together nicely and with limited to no frustration.
Each BuddyPress User has the ability to manage their own User Profile (and adjust what is displayed). As an Admin you will control what is required and what may be shown. This is a feature of BuddyPress that’s built right in. This post will help you understand how to use and manage the BuddyPress Extended Profiles.
We recently had a request from a client to use WordPress’ native video player (media embed). To be honest, even though it’s been around since WP 3.6 (August 1, 2013), I had never used it. We always recommend using Wistia, or at the very least Youtube or Vimeo. I started my search of learning how […]
Think of the Spark Logix Studios’ Framework as the most comprehensive theme builder on the planet. Most Content Management Systems (CMS, like WordPress) are built in a manner to be the starting point of a web build. They typically require a “theme” or a “template” to get started on a design. With WordPress, every website […]
Often times the project brief doesn’t get the attention it deserves. To avoid miscommunication and conflict it’s best to iron out each and every knowable detail before work on a website build begins. The project brief (if done right) will be the most valuable reference for the organization’s management team and the design and development […]