WEBphysiology is the outgrowth of JVHM, Inc. that came about as a result of getting involved with WordPress in March, 2009. Since then WEBphysiology has grown to become a seasoned and skilled player in designing, developing and delivering WordPress powered websites, some including custom plugins and themes. WEBphysiology also is the publisher of the WEBphysiology Portfolio plugin, which is a highly rated, regularly downloaded open-source, free WordPress plugin for displaying portfolios of anything from websites to graphics and also can be used creatively for displaying such things as employee bios or navigable graphics.
WEBphysiology covers the whole range of WordPress services, including the following:
- Secure, hands on installation of WordPress
- Theme development
- Plugin development
- Re-platforming existing websites
- Blog integration within existing websites
- Enhancement of existing WordPress websites
- WordPress multi-site installation
- WordPress hosting services
- Third-party software integrations (e.g., plugins, eCommerce, forums)
- and more…
WordPress is a powerful tool and a great platform to build pretty much any website. It offers you, the client, the opportunity to maintain the most dynamic aspect of your site, the content, with relative ease. This allows you to keep your site fresh without the need to engage a developer, or other technical resource, for everyday tasks.
WEBphysiology is a professional web development house and, as such, we create and maintain our work utilizing industry standards in all that we do, from the design elements utilized within a website, to ensuring a secure installation, to routine backups, to version controlling our work. We don’t have clients going away unhappy. We don’t have clients telling horror stories about us. We are clear in our communications and our approach and always produce an end product that is polished and represents our clients’ business or organization in the best possible light. If you would like to be counted amongst our happy clients, then contact us today!
Most of the websites created by WEBphysiology are platformed on WordPress, including the following:
Information Overload Resources Group
The work done on this website was to collapse two sites into one. The primary website is IORG. The site that was collapsed into it, though technically it was done the other way around, was Information Overload Resource Center. The posts and functionality related to that site now live within the “Resource Center” section of the “new” site, accessed by a menu of the same name. Custom development was performed to allow for the flipping of menus depending upon the area of the new site one is on, the displaying of posts specific to a given site area and retaining the functionality related to contributing content to the “Resource Center” section of the site. The final step of this project was to flip the hosting of IORG to another provider.
Doing a bit of this and that from hardening the site and adding a protective plugin (site was previously hacked), to making some minor cosmetic changes and providing some SEO consulting.
Portola Garden Tour
Replaced the theme of the site with my responsive theme along with incorporating all new graphics, web form and customized home page and header.
Integrated a separate blog into this one-page website. Also performed some SEO and security upgrades.
American Eagle Fine Art
Integrated custom Post fields to allow for the filtering of paintings based upon their status (e.g., new acquisition, sold), recording of various pricing (e.g., purchase, selling, sold) and then utilized these fields to filter custom posts within painting gallery pages via custom page templates. Also updated the Post admin listing to display these custom fields in the list. Integrated contact links from a listing of painters to automagically populate the subject field of the contact form.
This project consisted of the creation of a custom page containing six sections, 5 of which can be adjusted by the user. These five areas provide the ability to show the most recent 10 posts for the selected tag / category. This was a very involved development and included jQuery and Ajax to provide for nice transitions and the ability to change a section without reloading the page. This work also relied on a total white labeling of the subscription and login flow within WordPress. All touch points are now customized and do not bring up the standard WordPress register, login or related forms.
Reviewed and made adjustments to a new custom WordPress theme developed by Dr. Root. This included ensuring proper elements were included, replacement of deprecated methods and adherence to WordPress theme standards. Also added a sidebar area to the theme and created some styling around a plugin that will be used to display the video library.
Got an opportunity to work with a fellow website development house. Reworked the header and footer of the site including the addition of a newsletter sign-up form.
Bald Photo Guy Blog
Wonderful site of a top wedding photographer, Frank Donnino. Blog utilizes custom responsive theme. Incorporated SEO features, social sharing buttons, custom PinIt image button on single post pages, page navigation, custom comment area with Facebook comment API.
Worked through a 30 point site review punch list geared toward updating the site to enhance SEO. Items ranged from updating the home page to have explicit Call-to-Actions and to better inform a visitor as to the products and services offered. Other work included adding bread crumbs, social network sharing buttons, style changes, internal linking, optimization, heading structure, improved pagination….