New TimThumb 0-Day Vulnerability Disclosed

A new 0-Day vulnerability was just disclosed for TimThumb’s WebShot feature. If you’re using TimThumb and you’ve got the feature enabled, then your website is at risk to an attack. This note is not meant to imply that your website, specifically, is at risk. However, this is a large enough vulnerability that we wanted to […]

Award Winning Web Design in Las Vegas

Effective web design is a critical component of any marketing strategy. A compelling website design and content strategy will help nurture a lead from a general inquiry to a specific opportunity to a current client. Not only will it allow a visitor to navigate your site intuitively and quickly—finding information in the least number of […]

WordPress hosting startup raises $3 million in seed funding

It’s well known that one of the best ways to boost your WordPress site performance is to ensure that you have a hosting provider who is dedicated to providing specialized services for WordPress. Sova, a Singapore-based startup, has recently made headlines in the industry by raising nearly $3 million dollars from anonymous investors. Sova was […]

Chris Lema: What should a WordPress theme cost?

Yes, I just tagged the title as “opinion” to make sure you were reminded that pretty much every post on this site is actually an opinion, not a fact. I wrote a post the other day that looked at what would happen if WordPress themes got more expensive. It wasn’t answering the question of whether […]

Change the WordPress Database Schema?

For those developers who are coming to WordPress from other platforms such as .NET or other major database driven system where they are responsible for devising their own database schema, one of the problems that’s often seen in the WordPress-world is this desire to create sets of tables that may or may not interface with […]

Create a better customer experience

Today I sit down with Cody Landefeld of CodyL.com fame. You may be familiar with the User Experience of a website or app, but what about your business? That’s what we’re focusing on today. How do clients interact with us from the pre-sale, to the mid-project, all the way down to support phase? It might […]

Introducing NextGEN Pro Ecommerce

We are so extremely excited to share this announcement with you. One of the biggest feature requests from NextGEN Pro users was the ability to sell images. So we looked at all of the Ecommerce plugins available for WordPress and did not find one that was ideal for selling images. So we took our own […]

What happens if WordPress themes get more expensive?

Did you read Freakonomics? I don’t know if you ever read the book Freakonomics, but there’s a chilling story in there about education and the kind of folks that end up as teachers. Now before you get all angry at me – I love teachers. I especially love one amazing and fantastic teacher (Melissa Lema). […]