I Guarantee Page One… Google!

I Guarantee Page One… Google!

Speaking of page one … posting once a year ain’t going to get it! I wish I had time to pound out the posts, but I just don’t. However around Christmas time I take a little time and do what I love best, post once a year! The holidays also allow me to catch-up on issues and projects that I have left hanging during the year. One such project left hanging I had been working on for about a year. It was one of my more complex web designs that I was just finishing up right around the turn of the year in 2016. Right at that moment I received...
Everyone Needs Me …

Everyone Needs Me …

You gotta love tech! All these talking heads who are predicting the end of web designers … more fake news! It’ll never happen. Wix be damned! After about 5 years of doing web design and seo, I realized that following the design work and the onset of initial seo, the work was really just starting. To effectively market one’s self online, you have to commit to long-term, as in forever, and for lack of a better term, SEO. My work in web design is expensive, no doubt. But the real nose bleed comes from the SEO work. I’m not...
WordPress SEO: The Only Advice You Need

WordPress SEO: The Only Advice You Need

Not long ago, back around Christmas 2015, I did a rant on my post “You Can Become A Full Stack Developer In 1000 Years” (I’m not going to link, for fear that Google will rank higher) and damn … Google ranked the post right up there with all the good stuff. It was really just a rant on all of the “questionable” content that has stacked up over the years for any subject you Google, making it ever harder to find what you really need … and I became part of the problem! Today I’m going to use the keyword...
sanity: none;

sanity: none;

I’ve long since given up writing for the masses. It’s really hard to gain popular appeal with “HOW TO INSTALL WORDPRESS”, when everyone else is writing about the same thing. So after a couple of years I started to write about technical subjects instead of “Keyword” popular issues. The reason for the switch was I was already doing a great deal of technical writing, but only for myself, squirreled away in so many “Word” documents, so that I might refer back to my notes when I encountered a similar issue...
You Can Become A Full Stack Developer In 1000 Years

You Can Become A Full Stack Developer In 1000 Years

This post ends my fourth year at this site and I thought I would provide all aspiring web developers with a bit of encouragement from my hard won knowledge. That is … you can become a full stack developer in about a thousand years! School for potential full stack developers is really a waste of resources, mainly the wear and tear on your auto and a loss of your time with all that goes on around your schooling. If you pursue schooling, you will learn great things when you are actually in the classroom … it’s just that everything...
The Bare-Bones Facts Of Web Design

The Bare-Bones Facts Of Web Design

I’m into a project that requires a distinct area of a nature scene background for text viewing. Not a problem really, as I am using a “bare-bones” approach to the design. However, when I went to “media-query” the thing the wheels came off. I’m not talking a completed site with issues; I’m just talking lining-up the background for design. I thought I was going to pass out I was so dizzy from sitting. I used every sort of code known to man and no matter the effort it would appear as if the site, or...
Mary & Ryan

Mary & Ryan

Mary & Ryan was produced for a local bank executive in North Georgia. Build time was three months and was produced Gratis. Client (Mary), desire was to have not only a website announcing her wedding and all the details, but a written & visual record of her honeymoon and a transfer to a “Facebook” style personal record on married life going forward. Site was a one page “Flexbox” design with a custom designed Wedding Planner on the backend. The site was taken down a half-hour before the event for a live stream...
Turcotte Construction

Turcotte Construction

Turcotte Construction was produced for a home builder in North Georgia. Build time was two months and came in at $6000.00. Clients desire was to focus attention on his past projects. Site was designed with a custom contact form and has a projects library that serves as the mailing list opt-in with custom designed auto-responder forms for Mail Chimp. Special attention was given to hoverbox image gallery design with numerous images. Photoshopping of images was extensive, especially for the homepage header image you see above. Site was optimized...
Secure-T-Loc

Secure-T-Loc

Secure-T-Loc is a large self-storage facility located in the North Georgia Mountains. This site took two months to launch and came in at $3800.00. The clients focus was to provide multiple photos to potential clients provided by hoverbox effect, designed in a horseshoe pattern on the “About” page with details of the business on the inside of the horseshoe. A Sister site is also in development under the name of “The Sisters’ Attic.net” This companion site is based on the CMS WordPress Platform and is a consignment...
Themes And Things

Themes And Things

Originally posted: December 20, 2011 1st Revision: April 25, 2012 Over the past four months I’ve slowly pulled the pieces together here at Jeffrey-Morgan.com. While Web Design and Web Development is a never ending pursuit, a framework; if you will excuse my choice of words here, is usually a good idea. I had originally intended this section, “Themes & Templates”, to provide my customers with a clean selection of cutting-edge, state-of-the-art platforms with which to build their businesses or personal passions with. ...
Plug-ins And Things

Plug-ins And Things

I wanted to add this quick post for a jump-off to my plug-ins work. Over the past three years I have designed some really cool plug-ins. In the coming months you will see a complete listing of mine as well as other plug-ins that are essential to your success as an Internet Marketer.
Coming To A Theater Near You

Coming To A Theater Near You

Linux Squared was conceived back in 2008 and has been through several beta releases and one stable release. This will be the last section to come online here at my site. This transition might take a year to make. When finished. Linux Squared will be offered in three versions. A Desktop version; a Server version; and a Multimedia version. These versions will be provided as a simple solution to Windows for the end-user. To gain wide acceptance focus will be given to launching and providing support for the desktop version first. Followed by the...