Create a Custom Functionality Plugin For Your WordPress Site

May 2, 2017

When you are tasked with updating a WordPress site for a client or yourself, by far the most annoying part of the process can be maintaining the previous theme’s existing site functionality. Often, this is a daunting task for any WordPress newbie or professional alike. But fear not friends! There is a reliable solution for easing the pain, and that’s to create a custom functionality plugin. Think of it as an insurance policy against future time spent troubleshooting — proactive action now helps to eliminate potential headaches later.

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Like a Proud Parent: Razorfrog Shows Off its Winter Launches

March 31, 2017

In a lot of ways, the first few months of this year have felt like mini-years in themselves. So we have been keeping our digital noses to the 1s and 0s grindstone, creating good webpage waves for all you internet surfers out there. And that’s a mixed metaphor, but if restaurants can fuse cuisines, this copywriter can certainly fuse metaphors.

Let’s take a stroll down this digital beach, and Razorfrog can show you some of the new landmarks that we’ve constructed or redesigned!Read More

The Razorfrog Summertime Fun Launch Experience!

June 2, 2016

Remember when you were a kid, and you couldn’t wait for summer to come because the new Razorfrog websites were being launched? You’d make a gallon of electric blue country time kool-aid lemonade on your first day off from school and click through the websites between gulps. Good times!Read More

Spring Website Launches

April 8, 2016

We love launching websites. It’s our favorite thing to do. Maybe you’ve seen all those web design movies that Hollywood seems so fond of making, and you think that we’re all Leonardo di Caprios, flying private boats onto jet islands, drinking gallons of rum and partying with the ladies of Capri Sun, but that’s not how we do things here at Razorfrog.Read More

Organize Your Design Assets With Razorfrog

April 1, 2016

Picture this: your company has just finished working on a brand new web design project. Everything is looking great; your site is live and business is growing. You reach out to several rock solid PR firms to get some additional publicity. All seems to be going well, until you’re asked to provide design assets. Without much thought, you respond: “Sure thing, I’ll have the files over to you shortly.”

You recall that most of your files are scattered in various Dropbox directories from when you were building your site. Gulp. That particular version of your logo that you like best? It’s hidden somewhere in the clutter, collecting digital dust. But wait, there’s multiple versions. Which one is the right one? And the typeface and colors — which did our designer use again??Read More