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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: Jul 21, 2014

Authoring Critical Above-the-Fold CSS We’ve all heard about the fold and keeping the most important information above that line is extremely important, especially for landing pages. Ben Edwards guest blogged on CSS Tricks about figuring out the best ways to create a lean, mean responsive… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Jul 14, 2014

WordPress 4.0 to Add Language Selection on Installation WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 is out and with it the news that you will now be able to select your language when setting up your initial WordPress install. This is just another push to beef up the… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: July 7, 2014

WordPress Podcasts You Should Be Listening to It’s great to find something to listen to that is both informative and fun and Curtis McHale has a list of three you should be listening to. The always on the list podcast is The Matt Report. Matt… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: June 30, 2014

The Future of WordPress From the Envato blog, we get a look into the crystal ball for WordPress needs and wants. While WordPress is widely used it still may not be as user-friendly as we all want. Is it time to forget about backwards compatibility… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: June 23, 2014

Hookr.io – All The Hooks, Filters, and Actions If you’re a plugin or theme dev, you need to check this site out. It’s a database of all of the hooks, filters, actions, classes, functions and shortcodes in different WordPress versions. While the examples may not… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: June 16, 2014

The Future of WordPress Plugins Chris Lema brings up some interesting points in talking about the future of WordPress themes and plugins. “The integration of mobile components of remote servers, with tight integration to your plugins and themes is an incredible dynamic.” Updating themes and… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: June 9, 2014

WooThemes on Theme Pricing Updates As a large seller of themes, WooThemes is undergoing some changes in their pricing model. Standard theme prices are dropping $20 with the developer license dropping $40. The decision stems from the lack of use of the “bonus” themes that… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: June 2, 2014

Using Font Awesome in Your WordPress Theme Font Awesome is one of, if not the top used icon font on the web. It’s easy enough to throw it into your WordPress theme, but do you know how to get it in there the right way?… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: May 26, 2014

Make: Responsive WordPress Theme With A Page Builder that Doesn’t Suck When I initially saw this review I thought, “great another page builder to make child theming and/or client site development constipated and hard to use” but I was happily surprised. With four easy to… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: May 19, 2014

CSS Shapes 101 Rectangles, squares, ellipses. These are the things of Clip Art text from back in the day, but soon they will be available in CSS. That’s right, CSS Shapes are becoming a reality which bring forward some extra creative possibilities. A List Apart… Read more »

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WordPress Gallery Plugin

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.

WordPress Landing Pages

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: Jul 21, 2014

Authoring Critical Above-the-Fold CSS We’ve all heard about the fold and keeping the most important information above that line is extremely important, especially for landing pages. Ben Edwards guest blogged on CSS Tricks about figuring out the best ways to create a lean, mean responsive… Read more »