Category Archives: Web Design

Project Spotlight: Rx4Life Chewelah

I recently redesigned the website for Rx4Life Chewelah – “a grassroots organization in eastern Washington seeking to educate the public, especially parents and children, about the dangers of prescription drug use.” The old site was a bit outdated and was … Continue reading

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Custom Halloween-themed Twitter feeds for your website

Looking for a Halloween-themed custom Twitter feed for your website? Look no further! Here are four Halloween-themed Twitter feeds that I designed. Click on any image to view the live Twitter feed, then simply view the source of the page … Continue reading

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Project Spotlight: SG Training Zone!

Today I am excited to announce the launch of one of my latest projects – SGTrainingZone.com! This site was designed and developed for Sarah Grace, a personal fitness trainer in South Florida. The site features workout videos, diet/nutrition tips plans … Continue reading

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Interspire Shopping Carts: Add a Flyout or Dropdown Menu to Sidebar Panel

Here is the easiest way I have found to add flyout or drop down menus to a particular panel in an Interspire shopping cart’s template. First, sign  into the website’s admin panel. Go to Settings -> Store Settings -> Display. … Continue reading

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Custom Twitter feeds for your website

Here are some prestyled custom Twitter feeds that I designed and that you can use and edit as you want to for your website. Click an image below to view that particular style Twitter feed (each page is a live … Continue reading

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Project Spotlight: Automotive Instincts Blog Development

I recently launched a new blog which I developed for Automotive Instincts – an automotive repair service and maintenance business in North Ridge and Woodland Hills, California. The blog is built on WordPress (which, if you know me at all, … Continue reading

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Create a custom Twitter widget for your website

Creating your own custom Twitter widget for your website is a lot quicker and easier than you might think. Here are all the codes you need to do it. Note: once you have the Twitter feed up and running, you … Continue reading

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Using two background images for one div in IE

This post is an extension of my previous post on how to use two background images for one div. However, the CSS trick we covered will not work correctly in Internet Explorer (no surprise there, right? ). Here is one … Continue reading

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