Job Description We are excited to find another programmer to join our development team. Successful candidates should enjoy a fast-paced, young-minded environment and have enthusiasm for technical elegance. We are looking for someone who is self-motivated and can meet project goals and deadlines. Work will involve both collaborative efforts and individual responsibilities. Required to apply Strong [...]
After searching for a solution to show a random image from the sequence using jquery-cycle, I found this post with a simple (undocumented) solution. Just add the following line to your cycle function, replacing 4 with the total number of slides:
Office Furniture World has offered wholesale furniture to the Baton Rouge area for over 20 years. Now, customers can browse their inventory online via their new website - http://www.ofwbr.com.
Download Per Page Sidebar Blocks plugin for WordPress This plugin is being submitted to the WordPress repository. For now, you can download it here: Download Per Page Sidebar Blocks v1.0 The plugin is now available in the WordPress repository: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/per-page-sidebar-blocks/ Background and goals of this plugin Part of offering WordPress as a CMS to my clients [...]
The problem After much research, I can only assume this special price issue not working properly is a bug in Magento. The only accepted solution was to visit the admin page System > Configuration and Reindex the Data for Product Prices. Fine, but I can’t tell my client to log into his admin every morning [...]
Download My Company Menu plugin for WordPress This plugin is being submitted to the WordPress repository. For now, you can download it here: mycomp-menu-v1.0.zip The plugin is now available in the WordPress repository: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/my-company-menu/ Background and goals of this plugin This plugin is intended for theme developers who build WordPress websites for other businesses. WordPress [...]
Open Source WordPress is an open-source project maintained by the community and Automattic. It offers big benefits: Free to use and modify as needed Beautiful and intuitive user interface Simple, powerful and expandable foundation for websites Thousands of 3rd party plugins, usually decreasing development time Great documentation and community support Search Engine Optimization Another big [...]
We are launching a beta version of ServerExec, designed to notify you when a domain name or SSL certificate is about to expire. It was developed to be a simple notification system that warns you 90, 60, and 30 days and the day before something expires. There’s also goodies like registrar info, creation date, nameservers, [...]
Multifaceted web experience Our site is accessed by different types of people for various reasons. Developers, system administrators, and typical users find helpful information in our technology blog Current clients visit our site to start remote support sessions with a support technician Potential new clients find our site in search results and want to learn [...]
OpenCart using outdated CKEditor For some reason, the current version of OpenCart (22.214.171.124) is still using an old version of CKEditor (3.0.1) in the admin interface, though the current version is up to 3.6. While the old CKEditor still works fine as a WYSIWYG, I need to give my clients an easier way to manage [...]
Web design & development in Baton Rouge Most of our employees are from Louisiana and have attended local high schools and colleges. This is our home, and we want to help our neighbors succeed by providing quality web work at a fair price. Web development goals Part of our web development process seeks to fully [...]
File caching Browsers automatically save webpage images, stylesheets, favicon, and other files directly on your computer – this is called caching. Caching lets you visit the same site multiple times without having to download those files over and over again – you save time, the hosting company saves bandwidth, and the world makes sense again. [...]
Microsoft joins the fight to help eliminate Internet Explorer 6. Learn about the IE6 countdown.
The Immense Networks website has been featured on BestCSSdesign.com, a website showcase for CSS-designed sites.
We’ve updated our site to the latest HTML5 and CSS3 markup. What does using HTML5 and CSS3 mean to you? It means we’re embracing the latest web development techniques to offer our clients and their users an enhanced web experience. These technologies are cutting-edge and ultimately help people, search engines, and accessibility-assistance software make more [...]
Unix servers run the internet, and, as a web developer, you should know how to use this powerful operating system. In the beginning, Unix can be a little intimidating, especially for someone coming from a strictly graphics-oriented OS. There’s no magical ‘undo’ button that can fix a mistake you made and there are not very [...]
Your website should never rely on Adobe Flash for core functionality. In the example above, I was looking to get some rates from a company’s website on my iPhone. They have a Flash and non-Flash version of the site, which is nice, but the non-Flash version is not fully operational. (For those who don’t know, [...]
Increase your searchability Your potential customers are not using phone books to find your business anymore. The truth is, most people are searching for local businesses on their computer, smartphone, tablet, etc. in search engines and online directory listings. Without a website, your business goes unnoticed; you can’t win the lottery if you don’t buy [...]
iFixIT offers smartphone repairs in the Prairieville area. Their budget only allowed for a single-page site design for credibility, but Search Engine Optimization (SEO) was critical to advertise to users searching their services on the web. Download this SEO case study as a PDF Current Marketing iFixIT operates in Prairieville on Airline Hwy where they [...]
Images for typography Web designers and developers have settled on using web-safe fonts as body text in our mockups. We have reverted to incorporating beautiful typography into images, specifying some alt tags, and hoping search engines index the text. However, CSS and browsers have been capable of rendering custom, live, selectable text for a long [...]
Just launched Scott Gemmell’s new website for his Prairieville smartphone repair service, iFixIT. Check out the new iFixIT website design.
Before beginning development on our inDrop file management application I knew I wanted to use some kind of file tree structure. I searched high and low for a decent jQuery plugin that could pull it off, only to find many failures. Then I found jsTree which in my opinion is the most stable and complete [...]
I was working on a client’s new Magento site recently and I came across a puzzling issue. We had completed a Cart2Cart migration from PinnacleCart to Magento, and several of his products had a huge number of custom options. No matter what I did I couldn’t modify any of those custom options; however I could [...]
Web Standards? What’s that? Imagine driving your car where there are no street lights, stop signs, or lanes; it would be pure chaos. Standards are created for universal order, and the web is no different. Web developers should abide by standards to keep things flowing properly on the internet. Your site should be functional in [...]
Our web development process has 5 phases. Design Phase Everything begins with the design phase. You will work with the designer to conceptualize your needs; this may be done via phone calls, email, questionnaire, or in person. You will discuss layout, colors, navigation, content, etc. There will be a series of back-and-forth revision rounds during [...]