Virtually Marj WordPress Website Designer

 

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    WordPress Website Design by Virtually Marj
    Creating Luminaries

    My WordPress Website Design services were retained to set up a self-hosted WordPress website for a collegue. She already had a domain name but did not have her own hosting account so I recommended a good hosting service. I helped my client redirect her domain name and set up her new self-hosted blog. Shortly after we had gone live, she was contacted by a business who indicated that her previously selected domain name was a trademark infringement so we got to move the site to a brand new domain.

    Project tasks:

    1) Install and optimize WordPress
    2) Design custom banner graphics
    3) Customize elements of the theme per the client tastes
    4) Move blog ... twice
    5) Train client on usage of new software and plugins

    6) Online Branding Consulting

    Skills required:

    1) HTML
    2) CSS
    3) Photoshop
    4) PHP
    5) MySQL

    Mothers of Brothers

    My services were required to rescue hacked WordPress blog during the round of attacks related to version 2.8.4. Their site had been down for several days and their former hosting company was totally unresponsive to their support requests. With my help, these clients located a good hosting service and I moved their site.

    Once the site database had been recovered and was stable again, my WordPress Expertise was required to add new theme templates to accomodate special formatting requirements for posts related to a new marketing program they had joined.

    Project tasks:

    1) Repair hacked database and clean up hacked theme
    2) Move site to new and more secure hosting
    3) Add theme templates for affiliate marketing program

    Skills required:

    1) WordPress internals
    2) MySQL
    3) CSS
    4) PHP

    GNXT Summit

    My WordPress Website Design services were retained for the development of a JV list building project in the health and prosperity niche. The copywriter had very specific ideas about how the sales pages should be formatted and this included a lot of custom HTML and graphics within the Studiopress Mocha Theme.

    There were 2 parts to this project ... sales pages and a WordPress Membership site. As with most projects, this client had no technical knowledge and she wasn't really sure what she wanted until began to see what was possible. Reiterating on the landing and offer pages, as well as delays in delivery of content, caused the normal snafus but we worked together to sort it all out and get the summit launched on time.

    Project tasks:

    1) WordPress installation and configuration
    2) Wordpress Website Design and Studiopress theme customizations
    3) Select, install and configure plugins
    4) Install and configure Wishlist Member plugin
    5) Transform copy to stylized graphics and layout within custom theme design
    6) Establish framework for non-technical client to secure content access
    7) Graphics design of optin form and product images
    8) Implementation of community forum for members
    9) Train client in use of website and software

    Skills required:

    1) HTML
    2) CSS
    3) Photoshop
    4) PHP
    5) MySQL
    6) Wishlist Member
    7) Buddypress Forum

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