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If you’ve ever talked to me about hosting, I’ve recommended SiteGround. You can read my review of them here: http://wpdecoder.com/the-basics/hosting-review-siteground/ If you are thinking of getting new hosting soon, they have a special going on July 3-6. If you’re interested, I’d appreciate it if you use my link: https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=b420ba6c0e1411c07761dd54e3499eaa No coupon code required. This offer…
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Create Widget Area Above Footer Widgets in Genesis

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Recently, I had a client who needed a full width widget area above the footer widgets that showed up on every page. You probably know that Genesis themes make it super easy to add those 3 footer widgets by simply adding this code to your functions.php file: //* Add support for 3-column footer widgets add_theme_support(…
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Review: Aeris Creative Parallax WordPress Theme

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Recently I had the opportunity to work with the Aeris theme. Here’s what I found. COST: $48 The cost is $48 on ThemeForest, but the theme comes with the WPBakery Visual Composer plugin (which sells for $33 on it’s own) and the the Revolution Slider plugin (which costs $18). So, considering that buying these separately…
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Font Inspriation

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In my new venture to learn more about web design (as opposed to development), I’ve recently been looking into typography and came across this excellent article full of real life inspiration. http://designinstruct.com/inspiration-web-design/google-fonts-examples/ The article features only free Google Fonts, which I love. The article not only shows you design examples but also gives you the…
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Fun Looks for Google Fonts

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I already love Google Fonts, but we I recently learned you can add effects to them through Google’s own API – how great is that?? I don’t recommend using all these effects, but have fun trying a few: See the full list of effects and find out more here: https://developers.google.com/fonts/docs/getting_started#Effects To use them with your…
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Going Responsive: To Customize Your Current Template or Use a New Theme?

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Recently Google has given me a brand new job. And by that, I don’t mean I actually got a job at Google. (I wish, right?) I mean Google’s new algorithm is keeping me busy converting old WordPress themes to a responsive design. On April 21, 2015, Google started giving preference in mobile results to those…
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