Despite it’s small population (5,000 people), Duncan BC is the hub for the Cowichan Valley. People in areas of North Cowichan down to Cobble Hill and inland to Lake Cowichan all consider this area to be home. We love the Cowichan Valley, too. We serve clients in Duncan, Cobble Hill, Shawnigan Lake and the rest of the Cowichan Valley.
We have done a number of web design projects for clients in the Cowichan Valley. What do you need your web site to do?
We migrated the meeting and agenda information from a legacy system built with Drupal 7 into a new WordPress site. We created an integration that exported all of the data from Drupal using Views and the Export-CSV function.
This Victoria-based Eyecare business needed to have their Optometry services website modernized. We used WordPress to create a great looking website, optimized for readability.
Canadian Sport Institute Pacific needed a way for their registered members to search for perks provided by CSI community partners in their area. We provided an elegant and simple CSV-driven solution to their request.
Seven handy tips for freelancers (and two bonus tips!)
My goto plugin to duplicate a page is WordPress is “Duplicate Page.” The plugin saves me a lot of time. I recommended it to a lot of my friends as well as install in on all of my website projects. With this WordPress plugin, a site admin can duplicate Posts, Pages and Custom Posts easily using single click from the post listing page.
With the popularity of WordPress comes the weight of keeping its components current. Over the last couple of years, changes to PHP (the programming language that WordPress is built with) updated. When its standards changed, many WordPress plugins and themes stopped working. Almost every website hosting provider has discontinued support for the defunct versions of PHP. We want to build a list of dead themes and we need your help.
The Sheila Karrow site needed to update their Blogdrops Theme. The problem: it uses outdated code. The good news: content management systems split content and display: all of the good content remained and we could adapt the site to show off that content through the Divi theme.