WordPress released its latest update, WordPress 5.0, this past Thursday, November 6, 2018. I realize this is short notice, but WordPress didn’t announce it until two days prior. Why is this important? WordPress releases updates all the time. Well, this release contains a significant change to the native page and post editing experience with the
Morgan and DiSalvo
Richard Morgan and Loraine DiSalvo formed a partnership because of a shared passion for helping all kinds of Georgia families create sound plans for the inevitable changes that happen in life.
Morgan and Disalvo had a non-responsive, out-of-date WordPress website that was becoming difficult to maintain. They were looking to bring their website a fresh new look and participate in today’s mobile-first world of the Internet.
While working as the Web Developer on this Project for Michael Mackenzie Communications, I brought the website up-to-date by building a fast-loading, dynamic, mobile-responsive, SSL-secured WordPress website. This feature-rich website includes:
- A vertically scrolling feed of their latest Newsroom posts on the Homepage
- A rotating feed of their latest Google review dynamically pulled from the Google database
- A megamenu providing a quick visual “and” descriptive display of Morgan and DiSalvo’s extensive practice areas.
- An innovative Knowledgebase search tool pre-populated with common search terms
I continue to provide ongoing WordPress maintenance.
- Responsive Design
- Advanced Mega Menu
- Live Google Review Feed
- Knowledgebase Search Tool
- Website Redesign
- WordPress Development
- Website Maintenance
I was recently reading Simon Sinek’s New York Times bestseller, Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t. It reminded me of a quote from his many talks and podcasts found all over the Internet. It goes something like this… Leadership is not about being in charge, it is about taking care
Sometimes, after an update has been made to your website and you revisit a page that has changed, it doesn’t appear the change has really been made. You may worry your site is broken or something is wrong. But this is usually caused by your web browser (i.e., Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, etc.) caching
On a recent business trip, I and a colleague were in Indonesia doing some research for a project. We spent most of our time in Indonesia on the island of Bali where we developed a friendship with a fellow named Komang who ran a fledgling travel and tourism agency. He was our guide in Bali