January 27, 2011
Since July 2010.
Now a 100% WordPress shop, since porting Frontenac Racquet Club, and having standardized on the Genesis framework, I find I'm not using any single child theme as much as combining features and functions from several to build my own. Overall, I have full control of the look of a WP site and can manipulate the php - but haven't yet written my own from scratch.
Faster Image Insert, even after the 3.5 upgrade. I wish there were a search-and-replace functionality for post and page content; course, it's probably better that I'm writing most html offline and then pasting it into the content editors. My go-to commerce plugin is WooCommerce, and I bought Formidable Forms instead of Gravity - it's way cheaper.
Do without WordPress? You cannot be serious! </tennis humor> Actually, though, I'd probably just build page parts as the kinds of php docs that are mostly html inside some minimal php commands.
Hi! I build sites on the Genesis framework with design and branding that help clients justify current pricing and profits - and pave the way for future price increases and expanded margins. I also produce video for those sites.
I think we're awesome.