We've been working very hard recently on a new theme release (Flexr), and have more new themes in the pipeline. But, it's not only WordPress themes that we're focused on. Most of you visiting the site are probably unaware that we develop a range of WordPress plugins too. It's a large part of our workflow. In fact, we love working on plugins!Read More
Nearly all websites have a blog these days, and for good reason. Great content is a terrific way of engaging your audience and a really useful method of building traffic to your site. But just how do you create the kind of content that people will want to read? We’ve put together a few pointers to help you. Some may sound obvious, but they’re worth bearing in mind when you’re writing for an audience (and let’s face it who isn’t!).Read More
Although the last Minn theme release was a while ago we’ve been working hard on new features and enhancements over the last several months – and it’s finally ready. So, what’s on offer in Minn 1.3? Let’s take a look by starting with all the new goodies!
You may have noticed things have been quiet around here for a while. But this doesn't mean we haven't been busy. Quite the contrary.Read More
In recent years, as web designers and developers we have been moving steadily towards WordPress as the core for most of our web design projects. I would estimate that we are now at around the 90% mark, with the remainder being very niche hand coded sites.
It hasn’t even been even 3 months since Minn 1.1 was released but we’ve already just released a new version of Minn (1.2) which includes a host of fantastic new features! Let’s take a closer look.
Using icons in navigation menus is an excellent way to add an extra bit of visibility to any menu. So how can you go about implementing this in your own theme?
If you’ve ever used the WordPress color picker control in the customizer to alter colors relating to hover styles then you may have noticed the user experience isn’t ideal. Surely there’s a better way?
Adding a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to a website is often a common requirement. The most basic FAQs can just be a simple list of plain text with the questions and corresponding answers laid out in one continuous list. However, we can do better than that, and without a plugin in sight!
This is Part 3 and the last article in our mini series entitled "Three things every website owner should consider". Consistency is often the last thing that website owners consider when optimising their website or even brand in general. That’s why it number 3 here. I don’t believe it should be last, but at least I'm being consistent.Read More