Custom WordPress Theme Articles

Kegley Electric Custom WordPress Site

Kegley Electric Responsive Layouts

This responsive WordPress website was programmed for a Roanoke Electrician. A few custom page templates, advanced custom fields, two custom post types and one custom taxonomy. I got them to display with wp_queries and am working hard on SEO for this client.

Shipping Company Custom Bootstrap WordPress Website

Shipping Company Custom Bootstrap Wordpress Website

This responsive WordPress website was programmed for an agency client and was a real challenge. Ten custom page templates, mucho jQuery, custom wp_queries and my first time using Visual Composer – and the client needed it done in five days.

R. L. Lucas Construction Bootstrap Website

R.L. Lucas Construction Bootstrap Wordpress Website

R. L. Lucas Construction provides high quality construction to the Roanoke Valley and surrounding areas. Their craftsmanship can be seen in many buildings around the area including the Wells Fargo Tower, Virginia Tech, Virginia Western Community College, and many professional office buildings and complexes throughout southwest Virginia. R. L. Lucas Construction needed an updated website
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Silverbee PR Agency Responsive Wordpress Website

Silverbee focuses on public and media relations in the nonprofit and cultural sectors, highlighting the work of causes and advocates, arts, STEM, and cultural organizations. They believe nonprofits and causes deserve experienced, creative strategic communications support at a fair cost. They needed a new site to highlight their new brand and to showcase their work.
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Kyle Edgell Custom WordPress Site

Kyle Edgell is a full time professional artist, speaker and entertainer. She needed an updated website built in WordPress which was nicely designed, responsive, able to showcase her art and easy for her to update. Objectives • Responsive site built on Bootstrap framework with a clean and simple design to showcase Kyle’s work • Custom
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Kimoyo Responsive Web Design

Kimoyo is a nonprofit organization with a mission to create an appreciation within the Roanoke Valley of cultural diversity through after school educational programs and to establish international partnerships for self-empowerment, and they needed a new WordPress site quickly and within a reasonable budget. I provided a custom responsive site based on their old site
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Dollilop Blog

Dollilop Designs Custom Wordpress Theme

I recently added a blog feature to my friend Leslie Saunderlin’s custom WordPress website. It’s a website I coded a while back, and Leslie decided to start blogging. It’s always fun to enhance someone’s website, and adding a feature like a blog is quick and easy. Best of all, it adds value to your website,
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Bedford Memorial Hospital

In 2013, The Bedford Memorial Hospital site badly needed an update. I took a photoshop template created by another designer and turned it into a custom WordPress theme. The new site allows the site administrators to post news, events and to change the look of their homepage by updating content to reflect current advertising campaigns.

A Taste of Therapy Cooking Blog

A Taste of Therapy Wordpress Cooking Blog

‘ve been making some improvements to A Taste of Therapy. This website was originally built on the twenty ten theme, and there’s no room in the budget to start over, so I’ve been dealing with ~1500 lines of CSS for this very simple site. My tasks were to improve the look and feel of the
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Karen A. Chase Site Wins eLit Gold Medal for Best Author Website

Karen A. Chase Custom Wordpress Website

I’m thrilled to announce that a WordPress site that I developed for Richmond author Karen A. Chase has won a gold eLit award for Best Author Website. The theme was designed by Karen, and programmed by me and Christina Reeser at io studio. Karen’s e-book, BonJour 40, also pulled in two eLit silver awards for
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