July 9, 2012

5 Questions You Should Ask Your New WordPress Developer

Do you know what a “legacy project” is? That’s when a client hires you to take over someone else’s work (their legacy). I have seen some really Bad WordPress Habits that have compromised the client’s ability to upgrade and in turn benefit from all the new…

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