For FatherJohnQuigley.com, the owner wanted to move it into an account with the rest of their domains. We set up a hosting account for them, transferred the domain, and transferred the WordPress blog into the new hosting.
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For FranciscansNetwork.org, the owner wanted to move it into an account with the rest of their domains. We set up a hosting account for them, transferred the domain, and transferred the WordPress blog into the new hosting.
The webmasters of FriarsStudio.com wanted to transfer the site into a WordPress blog instead of the Squarespace platform it was already on. This involved picking a theme that would closely match the current theme of the website and customizing it so that the site had the same look and feel that they liked.
Also, in order to get all of their sites in one hosting platform, we set up a hosting account for them and transferred all of their domains and sites to one location.
Working with a designer friend, we helped Lawnscapes upgrade their website. We put the new design on a WordPress platform for easy maintenance. By customizing a theme, we were able to get the look and feel of what the customer wanted. We created custom template pages and sidebars to achieve the slideshow type posts they were looking for.
We also worked with them to get a pair of new laptops that the company needed. These laptops were set up with the specs given to us and presented on site to make sure that they connected to the wireless network they had. We also did slight training to make sure they were familiar with the laptops.
Working in conjunction with their current webmaster, we built a WordPress plugin that would allow them to direct customers to the closest store location. We also implemented a custom Yelp search to offer lodging and food in the area for displaced homeowners.
While transferring away from their current hosting, Techbrite decided to make a few upgrades to their system. We helped them fix some pages that were not working and also enable some features that they wanted implemented. We transferred the site to a new GoDaddy hosting setup.
As the current webmaster for Franciscan.org, we created a custom CMS for the people who work on the site. Also, we setup and helped maintain the website and webserver.
We have worked with Champion Windows on several projects. For their Close the Window on Hunger campaign, we built a WordPress plugin that allows store managers to input donation information and then automatically displays donations based on area. We also put together for them a Google Maps powered customer finder which allows people to see where Champion has done work in an area.
This project was a collaboration in which the current web master needed a way to allow the customer to do their own site updates. We took their current html site and transformed it into an asp.net site. We built a custom cms that would allow the customer to create properties and place them in categories that represented sections of town. We also allowed them to flag properties that would rotate on the home page.