Here’s a fabulous implementation of a Drag & Drop one-page website builder for WordPress. I encourage you to try out the demo: Enter your email, and you’ll be playing with the theme in the amount of time it takes to check your inbox.
Things I love about this theme: Edit your site via the frontend for a true WYSIWYG experience, intuitive controls, clean design elements, and flexibility for adding your own layout and design elements.
Startup Framework for WordPress – Drag & Drop Theme.
This article a great reminder as to why you should always keep your WordPress install updated with the latest version. If you’re running the latest version of WordPress (currently 4.0.1), the exploit discussed below does not apply to you:
The Themosis framework is an MVC framework for WordPress developers.
Keep up with all the latest tutorials, articles, and updates from the Genesis community, all in one place! ~ The Daily Bolt
Desk is a new desktop app for publishing to WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, Facebook, Typepad, Movable Type, Squarespace, and more.
A great collection of information about WordPress lightboxes and links to plugins.
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Sword & Shield, Enterprise Security is a Knoxville, Tennessee based company with a national presence. Working alongside their marketing staff, I developed and designed their website. My interface with the Sword & Shield is a classic example of how I typically interface with mid-sized companies. They brought me on as their web-developer-for-hire, securing my services and expertise as a freelancer without having to hire a full-time designer/developer. We were able to get their site designed, built, and launched in about two-and-a-half months.