What is Browser Caching?

May 11, 2018

When designing websites and sharing development links with clients, we often run into styling issues where things don’t quite look how they should. Occasionally this is server caching, but most often when we see one thing and the client sees another, it’s due to their web browser caching an old version of the stylesheet (or other files) and loading that instead of the current version.Read More

Plugin Release: Product Dropdown Widget for WooCommerce

June 29, 2016

When we develop WordPress and WooCommerce sites, we’re big fans of using established plugins and extensions to add functionality whenever possible – why reinvent the wheel, after all? In some cases however, we need to add functionality that isn’t available through a plugin, so we create custom code for that specific need. We then evaluate if that code would be useful to anyone else and if so release it in the form of a plugin on WordPress.org.Read More

All The Beauty of Instagram, on Your Website

June 20, 2016

Instagram is a great tool for just about any type of business. You can show how beautiful you are, how lovely your products are, how delicious your food is, how perfectly your brand can embody any sort of trending topic. Some folks think it’s just that – a social network for pictures. But Instagram can do more for you! All of those great pictures you’ve been taking can live on your website as well.Read More

How To Make A Quick Sitemap

April 29, 2016

When starting a new website project, it’s incredibly helpful to have a visual reference showing the pages on your site, navigation structure, and page-to-page connections. This can take many forms: drawn on a whiteboard, scribbled on a notepad, listed in Excel, diagrammed in Word, or just sent in a plain text email. Our favorite method that we’ve found when brainstorming with clients is to use visual mind mapping software. Read More

Web Design for Breweries and Wineries

November 16, 2015

As avid fans of both wine and beer and the consumption of complex, flavorful alcoholic beverages in general, Razorfrog is proud and happy with the work we’ve done for breweries and wineries in the Bay Area. A good website for a winery or a brewery can provide customers with an e-taste of what is in store for them once they decide to cross your magical thresholds.Read More

5 Key Elements to a Great Restaurant Website

November 4, 2015

Razorfrog has a lot of experience working with different restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, and we’ve figured out what key items a hungry customer is looking for when visiting a page. As much as your website should cater to the look and feel of your restaurant, it’s more important to deliver information about your hours, menu, and reservation availability.Read More

Web Design That Supports Health Professionals

October 19, 2015

Over the past few years, we’ve had the privilege to work with a wide range of healthcare businesses. As a healthcare professional or wellness company, your website should simultaneously reflect information about your practice or business and answer the questions that your customers are asking. After successfully working with many of these types of businesses throughout San Francisco, we have learned a lot about creating websites that speak directly to these needs.Read More

5 Features of SEO-Friendly Website Design

October 6, 2015

A website designed to modern standards and meant to rank well in organic search has to have several important characteristics. Here at Razorfrog we include basic SEO work in all of our projects, and wanted to take the time to share five of the most essential search engine optimization (SEO) tactics that websites should have in order to get noticed by customers. The Razorfrog team offers web development in San Francisco that incorporates essential characteristics such as:Read More