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Please feel free to check out our thoughts on the web development industry, on trends, and what organizations need to know about the future of their web capabilities.

What Do Our WordPress Clients Get

We get asked this question from prospective WordPress clients (and sometimes existing customers that have staff turnover) and I still don’t think we have a clean answer for this.  So the intent for this post is to provide a future link for all clients and prospects to review.


End of Year Stats for our KFI Website

Our clients have heard me talk about the value of analytics on the web site, maybe ad nauseum, and particularly the end of year stats, and how we make decisions based on that.


Gutenberg Block Editor

So, Gutenberg arrived on the scene late in 2018 for WordPress. The block editor has evolved to the point now that we are now planning for the move of current Classic Editor websites designed prior to Gutenberg’s release to the Block Editor.


You Can Think of Your Web Maintenance Contractor as “Insurance”

Sometimes contracting an outside agency isn’t just about the regular maintenance of a website, but also insurance when things go terribly wrong for an organization.


How to Hide Complimentary or Free Wild Apricot Events Options

We get asked from time to time how to hide complimentary Wild Apricot events ticket ordering by our Wild Apricot association customers. Here is how you do it.

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