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Around here we have a few simple beliefs. We believe in doing what's right by our customers. We believe in giving back to the community. We believe well crafted code is underrated. We believe the design you don't see is just as important as the design you do see. And we believe that simplicity trumps all.

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This Week In WordPress: Sep 29, 2014

Ultimate Guide to iPhone Resolutions A quick guide to help you understand the breakpoints that all iPhones have and what resolutions you will be dealing with when keeping your site responsive and retina-ready. Tablesaw – Good-looking Responsive Tables Responsive tables are tough. What’s the best… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 22, 2014

How To Get Paid For Plugins and Themes The internet is great, because you can create something small and it becomes this amazing tool that everyone uses. But how can you go from a small plugin or theme to a household WordPress name? Torque Mag… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 15, 2014

Improving Smashing Mag – Performance Study Smashing Magazine takes a look at how they re-worked their own site to be optimized for all devices. It’s a bit of a read, but well worth it if you are in the optimization stages of your own site…. Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 8, 2014

5 Tips on Launching a Digital Product If you’ve never launched a digital product before, there are a lot of tiny pieces that may go unnoticed. Obox Themes gives a nice 5 point breakdown of things to think about before putting your product out in… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 1, 2014

5 Virtues of a Good Developer To be a web developer you have to know your stuff. To be a good web developer you need to push yourself a bit harder. Treehouse gives a list of five things you can do to improve yourself and… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Aug 25, 2014

Why Bootstrap Is A Bad Fit For WordPress Themes With Bootstrap and Foundation taking the reigns as the top web frameworks, it’s not surprising that many themes are leveraging the quick prototyping they offer. But ThemeShaper takes a look at why WordPress may not be… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Aug 18, 2014

Web Design Is A Process If you’re looking for a great WordPress designer for advice, you could do a lot worse than Morten Rand-Hendriksen. In this WordCamp talk he talks about the process of web design and how it relates to WordPress. If you’ve got… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Aug 11, 2014

WordPress 3.9.2 – Security Release There was a bit of a kerfuffle this last week with security as a major XML-RPC vulnerability was found. WordPress was pretty quick to patch things up and promptly released v3.9.2. Not the WordPress release we wanted, but definitely one… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Aug 4, 2014

Ulimate Guide To Keeping WordPress Secure From best practices to how hackers get into your site, WPMU Dev goes into detail with an abundance of links to help you keep your installation safe. There are some common sense tips, but others, like all of the… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Jul 28, 2014

Writing Maintainable WordPress Themes As part of his Maintainable WordPress series, Tom McFarlin takes a look at keeping WordPress Themes easy to update. Currently there is only a post about laying out directories, but as an architect knows, it takes a good foundation to create… Read more »

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Fully responsive image and video galleries in one plugin. Complete WordPress media library integration with streamlined workflow and user experience. Includes templates and skins for easy customizations, even comes with a NextGEN Gallery import tool.

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Build WordPress landing pages with ease. Ready-made templates, no coding required. Easily integrate your lead generation forms. Supports popular WordPress themes and frameworks. Mobile ready with responsive design. Perfect for PPC campaigns.

WordPress Button Generator

A powerful, easy to use plugin that anyone can use to create beautiful buttons. Cross-browser compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and IE. CSS3 with no coding required, real-time design, pre-made button packs, and integrated Google Web Fonts.

This Week In WordPress

This Week In WordPress: Sep 29, 2014

Ultimate Guide to iPhone Resolutions A quick guide to help you understand the breakpoints that all iPhones have and what resolutions you will be dealing with when keeping your site responsive and retina-ready. Tablesaw – Good-looking Responsive Tables Responsive tables are tough. What’s the best… Read more »