Lionfish is our WordPress starter theme. It’s what every project is started with when we …
Lionfish is our WordPress starter theme. It’s what every project is started with when we reach CMS development. Our normal process sees responsive UI development happen first, then that is built into a WordPress theme. So this is meant to start from a point where static is already completed, but you could certainly start using this in pretty much any workflow because it’s built to be fairly opinion-less.
Lionfish is built to be lean, no-frills, just basic get up and go WordPress starter theme.
Things you wont find in Lionfish:
- Comments Template
- Search & Results Templates
- Archive & Category Templates
If it’s not something we use 99% of the time, then you wont find it here.
See something you think should be added or would be beneficial and fits into the idea of “lean & no-frills” – let us know!
Check it out on Github:
If you have an older outdated website for your business, you could be leaving money on the table and driving customers away.
Here are 4 things to consider or evaluate that might be triggers that you need to redesign your website.
4 Reasons To Redesign Your Website
- It feels old, outdate, or difficult to use – A great user experience will help communicate what you do and help the user navigate the site.
- It’s not mobile-friendly – This is critically important, so many visitors come to your site via mobile devices and make decisions there.
- Visitors aren’t converting – A non performing website is useless, a redesign can gear in on fixing that .
- Your systems or tools have changed – Your site no longer integrates with business workflow.
If you’ve put even any effort into marketing and your site, you know how tedious and time consuming it can be.
Creating content, marketing it, and sharing it takes time and you don’t want to lose that.
Here are some tips and tools we use during a redesign to make sure your content doesn’t lose its social and search engine value.
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems around, because of this it powers almost 27% of the web.
It is free, can be used for blogs and business sites, and it has an incredible selection of plugins and themes.
However, because of the nature of Open Source it can be difficult to figure out how to get help with WordPress support for site issues if you run into trouble with the CMS.
We’ve compiled a list of troubleshooting steps, tips, and links to help you figure out what to do and where to go for assistance if you run into issues with your WordPress site.