technorepair new wordpress design
if you’re looking for wordpress web developer to build a website that you can maintain and update without any technical savvy, autoreverse may be for you. wordpress like all content management system (cms), empowers you to take full control of your site content. with its many functionalities you can add text, pictures, videos or sound files to the webpages that you create with full editing capabilities. to help you get started, I can either create a theme from scratch or take an existing an existing one that is close to what you’re looking for, and customize it to suit your vision. below are a few projects that I’ve worked on recently.

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wordpress site for diamond achievementthe diamond achievement site owner wanted a clean look that reflects the nature of his services. he chose ‘point business’ from a pre-selection I made. the theme came in black and blue but he wanted red instead. he already had a logo. all he needed was add the header picture to seamlessly integrate with the web site. the background was removed in photoshop and it looked like the picture was part of the original design.

wordpress project with customizationthe heather victoria project is one that I inherited from another developer who couldn’t finish it. It was a whole mess with the theme not working and a lot of features that she wanted being way too hard for her to implement. I offered her practical solution to have a minimal website with custom slideshow, blog integration, client login and social media integration without breaking the bank.
wordpress development project for it company in dcgreentec usa has an original site but it was designed in standard html. the flexibility that they wanted was too hard to implement. I suggested they use content management systems (cms) like wordpress to free them from having to worry about html code in order to update their content. this is a typical example of site migration to wordpress. they got the flexibility, ease to use and ability to maintain their site without outside help. Best of all it didn’t cost a lot.
photography website developed in wordpresssharpfocus photography is a typical project that shows that you can have a simple yet elegant website which is flexible and extensible with wordpress. it has a blog, a slideshow, youtube integration, paypal payment system and has room for more. it is based on responsive design, which means that you have a website that looks good on computer monitors as well as mobile devices.

wordpress website for tour bus company in dcthe unique bus tours project is a basic wordpress site. It’s started from a purchased theme that has been customized to the business owner’s vision. change of background, colors, font. a picture purchased from online stock photo agencies was used for the header without too much editing. aside from that, a plugin was installed and configured to fully integrate it to client’s online booking system.

wordpress customization and plugin configuration projectthe bird dog report project is a seemingly simple one. the original developer ‘disappeared’. the guy had a laundry list of features that he wanted added: change header, have archives listed by date and by category, have images left aligned instead of right, integrate with mailchimp email newsletter, leave room for ads, have a ‘refer a friend’ button… aside from having to switch hosts and migrate the site, adding a few plugins, it was routine job.

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ba cleaning service website I had designed sometime ago using plain html. to make it easy for web owner to maintain and update, I suggested she migrates it to wordpress. it was simply an issue of finding a theme that is close in layout and colors to the original look. then through customization and the addition of a few widget the new site was ready to go live. From the front end, it’s hard to tell the difference unless you scroll to the bottom to see ‘powered by wordpress’ footer credit.

the original layout is based on the crafty cart wordpress theme which already was very close to what the site looked before. the only job was to replace and readjust the header and a few other details. the only other requirement was a pulldown menu, which was added later with a plugin. eventually it was replaced by beauty pro from studiopress.

example of migration from html to wordpress

technorepair project is not very different. it was created in html but owner wanted to have ecommerce function. though it would have been easy to just add a few articles for sale using paypal, for flexibility, using content management system (cms) application like wordpress frees the owner from having to worry about technical issues in order to just make a few changes.

all I needed was a look that is similar in layout. color can easily be altered in css. client chose the online marketer, which had a blue color very close to the original website. a few years later, after his needs grew, we needed to make changes and add a few plugins. since many people are accessing the internet with their smartphones, I suggested he goes with responsive design to make his website mobile friendly. we also added french translation since he has a lot of french speaking customers.

the project for michael nunez hair salon was a complete redesign. he wanted something different from the website he had. since wordpress was all the rage these days, it wasn’t surprising that it was the first option. we went over a few page design examples and he selected the apricot theme whose layout he liked very much. it is white with black and gray accents and is well suited to minimalist aesthetics. half way through the project he decided to reverse the colors. so I set out to turn the background white and use white type. we added a jquery slide show on the front page for the before and after. at the end of the project, he wanted to have a booking system plugged into his website as well as his facebook fan page.

zohery tours design is different in a sense that mr. zohery wanted a website that was as similar as possible to the current one. so not only was layout important but color too. the site also had quite a few plugins that needed to be found and configured. except for the calendar and weather widgets, everything else was a text widget and html code in it for the youtube video embed and the scrolling texts.


so I needed a theme with left sidebar and a header where I could fit an image. I chose ‘beach’, because I thought that it was very close. since it was designed for wide monitors, a few adjustments needed to be made to have everything centered. also, all of the background images were removed.