WooCommerce Minimum Product Quantity Notice

November 16, 2016

Recently I came across an interesting problem while creating a Holiday Catering ordering system for Gus’s Market using WooCommerce. The page uses the WooCommerce One Page Checkout extension as well as a custom checkout template to move the checkout onto a second page (which sounds strange, I know, but we liked the product display capabilities of the extension). The page also has multiple products with minimum quantities. 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

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

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

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