The majority of freelancers and design agencies will hand off a completed website to a client then effectively disappear; leaving the client unsure how to utilize their new site and uneducated on the potential dangers of a hack. In this post, we’re going to explore creating a “Moving Forward” page that will provide your clients with strategies that will help them grow their web presence as they move forward with their new website….
Investing in a website design can be a very intimidating and overwhelming process for a client. It’s our job as the web developer to prepare them on how the process works, what tools we use, etc. What better way to do that than with a getting started page?
I found myself repeating my process and tools to new clients over and over until finally creating a getting started page. Now when a project begins, I send my page to the client to review before we dive into design and development. I’ve found that this has alleviated most if not all initial questions my clients have before a project begins…..
In this post, which is the first of a new series about the benefits of creating client documentation, Josh Hall shows us an example of his Website Questionnaire and why it’s useful in running his Divi design business.
In this post, we’ll go into detail about why we love WooCommerce, and why it’s integrated with Divi. We’ll also show you how to set it up and walk you through publishing your first product using the Divi Shop module….
In today’s post we’ll be showing you how to add more columns to your rows using the Divi Builder without the use of a plugin or shortcodes. This way you can add any number of columns to organize Divi modules of any type. Do you need a ten column layout to display client logos or portfolio pieces using the Image Module? Do you need a six column layout to list your company services using the Blurb Module? Well, you can! And the best part is, you can still edit the modules in these columns using the Divi Builder….
A small, yet extremely cool, design tutorial that fades out the text of your post excerpt just before the “read more” button….
I’m back with another pen to share with you all that will add a Floating Action Menu to your Divi website. I’m going to show you two different ways to implement it on your site. The first is taking advantage of Divi’s Code Module, something I’m hoping to encourage…
Selling a property is no walk in the park. Even if you have the perfect listing available, chances are you won’t find the right buyers unless you know just how to show it off. That’s where WordPress can help you. WordPress offers plenty of ways to create real estate listings and display them in…