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I have over 12 years experience in website design, development and programming. I also am a custom dedicated server host. Pretty much anything related to "web" I can offer advice on. I can offer advice covering: html, html4, html5, css, css3, css animations, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, server configurations, email related questions, SEO, marketing and business development.

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Over 12 years experience in the web industry


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2016-06-20 Social media/landing page:

"Copy" in a web sense is related to the text. They're telling you to write text for a landing page which will cause a visitor to click the call to action (button).     Something like:    "  Our product/service

2015-07-09 web design:

If you're on a tight budget and/or want to do it your self, my best recommendation would be to find or purchase a Wordpress template. Personally, I don't find that Wordpress is the platform that **I**

2015-03-01 Altering CSS in Wordpress Theme:

You can absolutely do this, but, if you're not comfortable with coding responsive websites you may end up breaking things. The trouble with most wordpress or other templates is that they use fixed sizes

2015-02-06 Wordpress & Genesis Framework?:

1) According to http://my.studiopress.com/themes/genesis/, you are allowed to use their framework on an unlimited number of sites.  2) A parent theme is a wrapper that has a basic look and feel of a site

2014-12-03 website design:

Realistically you have two options:    1) Throttle your emails to 50 or 100 per minute and use an existing platform.   2) use a paid service and let them deal with it.    For a self hosted I've used PoMMo


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