Tinkering

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I mentioned it a couple of weeks ago (or has it been longer?), but I’ve been tinkering with some new design directions for a while now. I’ve put some basic changes in places for now… but more will be on the way.

One of the areas where I’ve been trying to pay close attention to is the custom options available to templates in WordPress. There are lots of customization possibilities available… and I have started to explore alternate formats for Single Entries, Pages, and more.

It’s been several months since I migrated the site to WordPress from Blogger, and I haven’t looked back. As a matter of fact, I’ve started recommending the software to clients… One installation we recently launched is a new site for First Baptist Church of Augusta. It’s an evolving project, which is why I hadn’t formally announced its launch until now… but the site has been live for over a month now. WordPress’ flexibility and extensibility make it an ideal platform for blogging or as a CMS…

Anyway… that’s all for now. Move along now, there’s nothing to see here. ;)

4 thoughts on “Tinkering

  1. Shoot I can’t think of a time I haven’t rethought my website. I wish I had the knowledge and perseverance that you have to develop a site such as this.

    I really like the look and feel you have developed for the First Baptist Church site. From the logo to the rotating pictures it all is marvelous. Keep up the great work.

  2. Shoot I can’t think of a time I haven’t rethought my website. I wish I had the knowledge and perseverance that you have to develop a site such as this.

    I really like the look and feel you have developed for the First Baptist Church site. From the logo to the rotating pictures it all is marvelous. Keep up the great work.

  3. Thanks bro. Wish I could take credit for the logo on FBCAugusta… Not sure who designed that for the church, but I love how it worked with everything. We’re still in the process of improving it, but it’s getting there.

    As for this site… a lot of it just comes from playing around with things. I’ve tried to mock designs up in Photoshop but they never seem to work right. (Which is funny, considering that’s what I do for clients for a living.) For my own site, I have a creative block. So, I just jump into the code… play with the CSS… and see what happens.

  4. Thanks bro. Wish I could take credit for the logo on FBCAugusta… Not sure who designed that for the church, but I love how it worked with everything. We’re still in the process of improving it, but it’s getting there.

    As for this site… a lot of it just comes from playing around with things. I’ve tried to mock designs up in Photoshop but they never seem to work right. (Which is funny, considering that’s what I do for clients for a living.) For my own site, I have a creative block. So, I just jump into the code… play with the CSS… and see what happens.

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