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:
This website serves businesses with smaller budgets or where the need for a website is more in line with “All organizations should have a website.” The offering is a little more vanilla but solid. There isn’t anything lacking in the Standard package. The theme has incorporated SEO, Google Analytics and the other back end coding that is critical to a fully functional site and includes social links and social sharing features. The theme offered has several color schemes and can be customized to some degree. It is responsive, so, it works well on standard computers, tablets and mobile devices.
The Diesel Driver
Built a custom plugin to provide for the ability to add a custom next page shortcode that will allow for the entry of linked teaser text. The plugin includes adding a button to the Post edit screen to make placing the shortcode and next page break easier and exactly where the author wants it. Also added and configured other off-the-shelf plugins, and later added in Ad Management and performed some UI clean-up.
Frequent Business Traveler
Initially added functionality to automatically put a link to the News archive at the end of any article within the News category. Also added in other off-the-shelf plugins plus the custom built Next Page teaser plugin created for The Diesel Driver. Later added in Ad Management and performed some UI clean-up.
Enhanced this existing site to incorporate a process that would allow subscribers to contribute content via Gravity Forms, such that they would not need to work within the Admin area of WordPress. Some other site adjustments were made including the addition of registration spam counter measures.
Information Overload Resource Center
Came in after the initial build to make a number of styling adjustments and then integrate a Gravity Forms based front end method of having contributors post content without having to get into the Admin area of WordPress. This was done in such a manner that different menuing and navigation takes place depending upon whether the current user is logged in or not.
Greg Spira – 1967-2011
This is a memorial site for Greg Spira that includes the ability for friends and family to share their stories of Greg. It also includes references to articles that Greg had authored.
CVHS Video Production Club
This website was built for a local High School’s video club. The theme is a highly customized child of the TwentyTen theme and uses an extensive implementation of the WEBphysiology Portfolio plugin. It also incorporates the Simple:Press forum software.
This web site was built for our iframe web hosting business, which was set up to compliment our iframe Ninjas development business.
This website was built to manage our iframe development services, which tend to be Facebook Pages, but also can be custom, embedded web forms.
The Architects’ Take
This website covers many architectural topics including many very interesting interviews with those in the industry. The client wanted a very clean, simple design, which this site delivers. Though the front end UI has been kept simple, the site does contain all the bells and whistles, chief among them being SEO. If you want to read some awesome articles then this is the site.