Glad we were finally able to work with Artistic Excavation on their new website. They’ve been so busy with excavation jobs that their website wasn’t the number one priority. Good things take time.
Another successful conversion of a static website over to WordPress. Always so enjoyable when a client is elated they can make their own updates to their website!
It was fun to work with Karen, Tara and Barbie on redesigning their website to incorporate a little bit of personality from each of them.
New website for PC Technologies launched. If you need great tech support contact Jon.
We often get asked why a WordPress site should be updated to the latest version of WordPress. And when we use the term “WordPress” here we are referring to the three components of a WordPress installation: the core (WordPress itself), plugins (which extend the functionality of the core), and the themes (used to display the content of your website).
To keep it simple, there are five key reasons to keep each component of your WordPress site up to date:
Security – Since WordPress is open source, it is great for users and developers looking to increase and expand functionality. Because it is so popular AND open source, WordPress can be the target of security attacks. When a security vulnerability comes to light in WordPress core or in a major plugin, it can be quickly fixed, and an update released. Theses fixes come in the form of WordPress core, plugin and theme updates.
Performance – Often updates will improve the performance of WordPress itself, or of a plugin or theme.
Bug fixes – Updates typically fix bugs that could be affecting a website.
Compatibility – Keeping the WordPress core and plugins up to date will keep the key components of your website working together as they were designed. Many plugins will get an update to ensure compatibility with a new version of the WordPress core.
Features – Keeping your site up to date also gives you access to new features developed by the WordPress team, plugin developers and theme builders. All these can provide a better experience for you as the maintainer of your website and for visitors to your website.
Kudos to the folks over at 99designs.com for making a “File Types Cheat Sheet”. With so many file types out there, and different applications for each, it is nice to have a go-to source for explaining the differences.
View the entire post on 99designs.com.
It is very rewarding when we are able to help out a client by giving them more control over their website, like with Winners Sportswear. We converted their older ecommerce-focused website over to the WordPress platform. The WordPress platform will provide them with easier updating, expanded ecommerce functions through WooCommerce, a blog if they want it, and other functionalities they did not have before.
So wonderful to get to work with Carina on another project, this time her own venture into small business — Love You More DeSign. Good luck, Carina, with your new design business and so glad we could help you with a new logo and website!
Ah, launch date for the new Skagit Habitat for Humanity website. After months of working with staff and third party consultants we completed the migration of the Skagit Habitat website over to WordPress. Previously they were using static .html pages. By getting the site over to the WordPress platform were able to make future updates and modifications much easier…and add some additional functionalities along the way!
Artists helping artists. That’s a good way to describe the work being done by Jansen Art Center in Lynden. After making a connection at a local coffee shop, we worth with the team at Jansen Art Center to build a new and improved website to reach the artists in all of us. “The J” offer classes, workrooms, and more to the artists and budding artist in the region through photography, painting, dance, ceramics, jewelry making, music and more.