Craig Morgan
Graduating with a degree in graphic and web design, I took my first opportunity as web master/editor for a weekly newspaper. During this time I freelanced for a graphic design business. After 3 years of work I was ready to upgrade, which lead to starting a web and graphic design business of my own, building website, business cards, t-shirts, logos and more. Not planning to make a living off my business I took other opportunities such as internet accessor for LionBridge, ad designer for another weekly paper, research specialists for Cha Cha, secret shopper and brand ambassador for Victory Marketing Agency. Looking for a more stable job I became employed by Boise State Public Radio as web master and have been doing it since.
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    How to Make a Links Page Template With Scrollable MenuLinks page template400x400
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    How would you like to make use of WordPress' Links Manager? You'll find it is quite useful, if used for the right reasons. I'd like to show you a way to add links to your WordPress website that not only make use of Links Manager, but also create more content for your website with a quick and easy workflow.Read More…
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    Build a Responsive Email Newsletter Template With RSS in WordPressThumb
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    If you want to learn how to create an email newsletter template using WordPress you came to the right place. Before we get started let's make sure you fully understand what I'm trying to teach. The end results will give you a WordPress page template that is designed to be used as an email newsletter template by importing your URL with email newsletter software such as GroupMail that is responsive to email clients such as Gmail or Outlook on any device such as mobile or tablet so it will display nicely. But wait there is more – this template displays the most recent posts from any RSS feed so the email newsletter is already finished, just waiting to be sent. That explanation is a lot to take in, so it might be best if you look at the live example.Read More…
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    Use WordPress to Create and Archive Your Email Newsletter OnlineImport url200x200
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    This tutorial will show you an easy way to maintain an online version of your archived newsletter, while making it easy to create each email newsletter. The difference is creating an online version of your newsletter that you'll use to create each email newsletter; Instead of creating an email newsletter, then having to create the online version. In order to do this you'll need email newsletter software (such as GroupMail or Constant Contact), a WordPress install and the Single Post Template plugin.Read More…
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    Use WordPress as a CMS (Content Management System)Cms 200x200
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    If you're looking into WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS) for your website you came to the right place. Though there are many CMS options available, I'll explain why WordPress is one of the best.Read More…
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    How to Make a Splash Page with WordPressSplash page via wordpress
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    In celebration of Cyber Monday, today we're going to show you a technique for creating a custom "Splash Page" for your WordPress theme. You're probably seeing a lot of these around the net today, so you know that they're great for running quick promotions of products or events... but you can have fun with it and come up with creative ways to use a splash page such as advertising, donation button, radio pledge drives, highlight of an upcoming race, or highlight of a new product.Read More…
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    Add the WordPress RSS Feed Anywhere In Your ThemeRss icon
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    If you're looking for a way to display RSS feeds anywhere on your site and you're using WordPress then you'll be happy to hear about this trick. You know about the WordPress RSS widget... but what if displaying a feed in the sidebar is not enough. This tutorial will show you how to take an RSS feed and put it anywhere in your theme, including a page or post template. This is a great solution for you folks out there using RSS feed generators (say goodbye to small footer credits) or plugins (say hello to a faster website)!Read More…