Virtually Marj WordPress Website Designer

 

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    WordPress Website Design by Virtually Marj
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    My WordPress Website Design services were retained through an oDesk contract to properly setup and configure a premium theme on the WordPress platform. I was told that my profile was selected because I was the only developer who discussed the importance of SEO in their proposal.

     

    Project tasks:

    1) Install and optimize WordPress on new hosting
    2) Apply theme customizations per customer specifications
    3) Develop graphics for logo images and theme elements
    4) Research and short-list optimal keywords for site launch

    Skills required:

    1) HTML
    2) CSS
    3) PHP
    4) MySQL
    5) Photoshop
    6) Niche Market/SEO research

    Vegetable Fruit Carving Blog

    My WordPress Website Design services were retained to design and implement a blog for my client who has a specialized and fascinating niche so she could take advantage of the SEO benefits that WordPress offers.

     

    Project tasks:

    1) Install, secure and optimize Wordpress on client domain
    2) Customize blog theme to client tastes
    3) Adapt theme to incorporate free videos and customer created graphics
    4) Train client in use of new software and tools

    Skills required:

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

    A Well Seasoned Kitchen Shop

    When my client envisioned a website for her publication, the site that was designed was primarily intended for promotion and sales of her acclaimed cookbook, A Well-Seasoned Kitchen. The client was unhappy with the limitations of the Shopping Cart plugin that had been implemented by her previous webmaster. My services were retained to design and implement a full-featured shopping cart.

    For this project and based on the features and functions that my client was requesting, I recommended the use of CS-Cart software.

    Project tasks:

    1) Installation of CS-Cart software
    2) Design and implement custom CS-Cart skin
    3) Configure shipping features and functions per customer specification
    4) Customize CS-Cart application for gift wrapping
    5) Load products and SEO optimize content
    6) Enable SSL certificate for domain
    7) Test and implement payment processing
    8) Train client in the use of their new application

    Skills required:

    1) HTML
    2) CSS
    3) Photoshop
    4) CS-Cart Internals
    5) Ecommerce
    6) PHP
    7) MySQL
    8) Payment Gateway API

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