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In 2014 L&H decided to launch a major marketing effort alongside their 50th anniversary. As a global leader in design and manufacturing of heavy machinery they needed a website that would live up to the expectations of everyone involved.
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In 2014 Eversight sought to create an eye catching website to tie into a powerful marketing campaign. As a company that deals with in-store promotions they knew the importance of promoting their own brand.
If there was a way to streamline your code backup, development, and deployment would you do it? Git is a solid solution, but benefits from some fine tuning to improve WordPress development.
Getting WordPress set up on your own computer for development doesn’t have to be complicated. Using two free applications it can be done even faster and easier than the standard WordPress 5-minute Install™.
Slides from a recent talk on building potent WordPress websites. Includes potential paths for building out flexible themes for clients, workflow, general tips, and best practices.
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