How to Improve Website Loading Speed

How to improve website loading speed became a very important topic when Google began baking this into their core ranking algorithm. They say “The web should be fast.” When Google speaks, it is important to listen – if you wish to prosper online. Although improving page load speeds can result in better rankings, the other […]

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Tomato Adventures

Tomato Adventures is a guided tourism operator based in Costa Rica. Their old HTML site had not been updated for many years and did not present their business in positive light. A WordPress CMS with a mobile-friendly and responsive design and fast page load times has improved all that and more.

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Underwater Dive Services

Underwater Dive Services is a new website, built for a group of commercial divers in Sydney, Australia. It uses WordPress content management system to showcase their business services.

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Sang Tong Huts, Mae Hong Son

SangtongHuts.org is a new site built using the popular WordPress content management system. Sang Tong Huts is a long-established, quirky resort on the edge of the provincial town of Mae Hong Son.

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Quepos Fishing

Quepos Fishing was previously a static HTML site, difficult to manage and neither mobile friendly nor responsive. Migration to a WordPress CMS made sense as the client already had experience in using WP on other sites.

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Carbon Filtration Solutions

Carbon Filtration Solutions required a fast solution to the “lack of response” issues they were having with their previous website designers. The site had to be extracted from a proprietary system, and loaded onto new hosting account. A WordPress CMS was chosen, and content was migrated and updated along with new images.

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Above The Sea – Mae Sariang

This was a new site build for a brand new boutique guesthouse. Done in WordPress CMS, it uses an image-centric approach to showing the accommodation options.

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How to Build 301 Redirect Lists

When you are redesigning a website, its quite common to need to change page file names. That presents a potential (but easily avoided) problem from the search engines perspective. Not providing a site-wide 301 Redirect pathway from all old page names to all new page names means your entire old site will be de-indexed. That’s […]

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Bay of Islands Kayaking

The rebuild of this HTML site involved conversion of all content to WordPress, along with selection and installation of a Design Theme (Midway) that matched the previous colours. We were able to re-use the original, recently designed graphics – logo, and tour adverts etc. On top of the redesign, a great deal of attention was […]

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Converting Weebly to WordPress – Migration

For those who find themselves constrained by the more rigid Weebly environment, converting ¬†to a flexible content management system such as WordPress can solve many issues. Weebly is not a bad choice per se, as it seems robust and very easy to use. What it seems to lacks (at present) is the huge designer and […]

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ELA Common Core Lessons

The http://www.elacommoncorelessonplans.com site began life on Weebly, and the client’s initial request related to SEO aspects. We discussed options and ended up converting the site to WordPress because; its easier to add new features such as Rotating Ad management, SEO, XML & HTML sitemaps there is a better array of design themes available open source […]

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