A tale of backyard site improvement.
Though I did screw up one thing which I’ll have to fix later — see if you can spot it.
This has been consuming us for weeks.
Now that I know a little more about how the Divi theme works, I can knock out a remodel like this in a couple of hours. This page needed to work harder. It’s responsible for selling the entire program, and it needed to show more about what we can do. With a number of style tweaks and the help of a good in-house stock photo archive, I came up with this.
The Montrose Park Historic District Association is a local group here in South Orange dedicated to protecting and publicizing a beautiful neighborhood of stately 19th century mansions. Their old web site had been designed in 2001 and was looking rather outdated. A lot of the things that it did weren’t being done anymore (merchandise sales, […]
Since I’ve had to do this twice in two days, I thought I’d share the method that worked. I’ll outline the general steps to make a potentially tricky process go smoothly.
A couple of other projects I did besides this here blog, if you’re a prospective client interested in what I do.
I think I speak for all of us when I say that sliding doors tend to suck. The fall off the track, don’t like it when they can’t close all the way, and once you bend the flimsy metal track you’re done for. We had a couple of them on sawhorses out in the garage, […]
The BBE’s site is running WordPress with the Arras theme. Extensive use is made of the Magic Fields plugin, which I use to build up programs and seasons out of musical works, performers and calendar entries.