Tag Archives: WordPress
This month, the Duke City is hosting it’s very first Tech Fiesta. This is a series of get-togethers from 7-15 of September celebrating the very clever people in our fair city working to create a thriving community of technical innovators. Panels, speakers, pitch contests and other fun happenings will be featured. One event is a Coworking Crawl in which SWCP’s own coworking space, Ideas & Coffee, is included. Tech Fiesta week finishes up with the third WordCamp Albuquerque, September 13-15, an intensive weekend of meetings devoted to WordPress, the versatile and most widely-used open source blogging tool in the world. Developers and users, from newbie to pro, come together to share insights, tricks, ideas and inspiration. If you’ve ever wanted to set up your own website to share your ideas, media, or sell stuff, this is for you. Join the fun! Details are available on the websites linked above and are also listed in the September Portal. See you there.
Navigation is the way your customers move around your website. The ease with which they find the information they want will make or break your site. See Mark’s previous article on restaurant websites with examples of how to alienate your customers before you even get started. This article, the third in a series on WordPress, discusses how to set up menus. Continue reading
In the last article we talked about why you might want to use WordPress to build a website and a few of the key concepts, like static versus dynamic content, separation of content from look and feel and how important the flow of your website it to the customer’s experience. This article will show you in an example where you’d find the concepts we’ve been talking about. Continue reading