Author Archives: Daniel Pintilie

We showed that Rife is a multipurpose theme and it works perfectly for business sites. Rife is a great fit even for kindergarten projects – we proved it in…

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Plenty of developers and bloggers have claimed for many years that PHP is a dying language. Despite this, PHP is still here and widely used for a plethora of…

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Plenty of blog posts feature WordPress themes for creative projects, but there is only a vague impression on what in fact is a creative project. Can a business site…

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Podcasts have grown exponentially over the last few years because people love them. There are a couple of reasons in favor of podcasts. You can listen to them everywhere…

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The pandemic forced us to spend more time at home and lots of people used that time to learn a new skill or even change their career. Unsurprisingly, many…

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Rife is a multipurpose theme that works for both conventional and unconventional projects. It suits photography portfolios but also works for business websites. We developed 40+ demos to show…

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You know that making changes to a live site isn’t recommended at all. Don’t worry, everyone has done it at least once in their lifetime. However, don’t make a…

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I will cut to the chase: launching a website is the tip of the iceberg. WordPress maintenance takes more time and resources than building does. Website maintenance is about…

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Creating a kindergarten website is one of the most challenging tasks for a web designer. It should satisfy the parents’ requirements but also make kids happy. There’s no need…

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We’ve written a lot of articles featuring solutions, tricks, and resources to design websites. However, content is king, and we need to treat it accordingly. Hence, we start publishing…

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