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Why is my new website built in bootstrap instead of WordPress?

Earlier this week I published my new personal website highlighting my skills and services, especially focusing on my Grand Rapids, MI web development services. If you check out the website you may notice that it isn’t built in WordPress. You may wonder why the lead developer at a WordPress web design company doesn’t even use […]

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No Surprise Bills

One of the things that I think is very important to running a business is no surprise billings or charges. Clients don’t ever want to be surprised by a bill. I would dare say that the average client would rather pay a large bill that they had advance notice for then a bill 50% smaller […]

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Custom Widget Areas

Widgets are one if the great features of WordPress. They allow people to easily drag and drop to add different elements to their websites. Any web developer that knows what they are doing can accomplish these same functions without using widgets. It’s a simply a matter of adding the necessary elements to the theme files […]

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Importance of Child Themes

I do quite a bit of advanced customization on my WordPress websites. This often includes creating plugins or editing the site template files in order to take the site to the next level. I recently did work on a website for one of the public relations and communications agencies in Chicago. The owner wanted a […]

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