As we close the book on 2022, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the amazing websites that our team at Razorfrog has had the pleasure of creating over the past year. From innovative startups to established companies, our portfolio has grown in both size and scope, showcasing our team’s diverse set of skills and expertise. Here are some of the highlights:Read More
We’re often asked about our business name and where “Razorfrog” came from. There’s a short answer in our FAQ, but you deserve to know more! With the recent rise of artificial intelligence writing and imaging services like GPT-3 and DALL-E-2, I’ve decided to share a bit more history with a little help from AI. Read More
Over the past three to four years, the landscape for web accessibility has been a rocky, turmoil-ridden road with many confusing directions and harrowing turns for web designers, developers, and the companies and individuals that they serve. Recent legislation changes have aggressively pushed web accessibility to a prominent position of concern for those who own or operate websites. While we believe it is ultimately a good thing for our industry to cater to a wider audience and be inclusive to people of all abilities, this change hasn’t come without its growing pains.Read More
We use GridPane to manage almost 200 sites and that creates a lot of data to sort through. The GP backend lets us access data one site at a time, but it isn’t ideal for bulk management. Want to make sure 150 sites are all using the latest version of PHP? Be prepared to spend an hour clicking 300+ times.
In 2020 there was a site data export feature directly to CSV but it was disabled/retired when chat support systems changed. Thankfully this data can all be accessed via the GridPane API for Dev/Agency users.
We use Airtable internally for site management and there are a few steps to export/import the data. Integrating this data has been incredibly helpful cleaning up our sites. So far we’ve:Read More
It’s been a busy year for us at Razorfrog launching new websites for a diverse range of clients. From legal services to vacation rentals, mindfulness to health supplements, our team has been working hard to bring these innovative businesses online and connect them with their customers.Read More
When we set up client websites we’re sometimes asked for more in-depth details on why we move DNS to Cloudflare. We list a few primary points in our site-setup post from May 2020, but are happy to elaborate further here. After all, DNS is an essential component of keeping your website, email, and internal systems online. We want to ensure you’re comfortable with the change, and understand our reasoning behind the choice. Read More
If you’re shipping products subject to Proposition 65 rules to addresses in California you’ll need to display text accordingly upon checkout. Surprisingly as of February 2021 we could find no working code or plugin that correctly displayed a message for an individual state.
We created the below code to display a WooCommerce warning message when shipping to CA addresses. The code will check for the “Ship to a different address” checkbox and act accordingly. It also handles saved addresses on logged in accounts. Read More
What is time? What is the nature of days passing? Can it be measured in hair length and haircuts? Gaining expertise at sourdough bread making? A list of completed series of television shows and movie sagas?
Work helps. Work organizes the time into units, of challenges and successes. And it turns out that newsletter writing is palliative as well. We have been doing things. We have been staking out corners of the internet with code and images and hyperlinks.Read More