Check out our case study on the website we provided for Tooploox. This custom software development company came to us needing a marketing focused website. We provided them a SEO friendly website with groovy animations and excellent results.
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Check out our case study on the website, we provided for, Onshore Outsourcing. In our case study we provide web solutions that work well with WCAG guidelines, while still delivering a highly optimized website.
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Check out our latest case study. In this case, we explain key features, along with fast page load time and website optimization result achievements.
How to display few menus using one function in WordPress?
Are you looking for a way to display menus on your WordPress site? Then take a look at this! This tutorial will show you how to create a custom menu that displays in the footer of your site.
6 reasons why you shouldn’t use pre-made WordPress themes
Find out why a pre-made WordPress theme may not be the best solution for your next website project. Learn what better WordPress development solutions are available for you on the market.
Typical problems during web development process and how to avoid them
During the web development process of a web application or website, we can face many problems. It’s good to know what problems may occur and how to deal with them or avoid them.
New WordPress website for Rich Day Group is 2 times faster
Check out our case study on the website, we provided for, Rich Day Group. In our case study we provide key features, challenges & solutions along with website optimization result achievements.
Quickly modify an Add to cart button using Woocommerce Hooks
One trick to encourage a visitor to your site could be to add an inviting icon to the Add to cart button. See below how you can do it and what the effect will be!
How to create a Figma, Sketch, or Photoshop Design with WordPress in Mind?
The coding process is complex and there are a lot of fault lines. Ensure you minimize costs, reduce miscommunication, and streamline the process. Preparing your design for coding will not only save you from considerable headaches, but it’ll also save you money