Recently, at Razorfrog, we keep doing what we do best: making great websites that look stylish and give your audience the information they are searching for. And we have been doing it for 10 years! Longer, if you count adding html to your Xanga! Happy 10 years of doing stuff online to us – we love this world made of light.Read More
Spring has sprung so far that we’re basically onto Summer, so we are springing these websites on you, summer-style, in a hopefully delightful and welcome way! Plus, springing is just what frogs do, summer or not, you know?Read More
At Razorfrog, delivering solutions that meet and exceed our customers’ expectations is our company’s driving purpose. It is the promise that we live up to every day as we deliver the best website design services that San Francisco has to offer. So, we were thrilled to find out that Clutch named us among the best San Francisco web design companies earlier this week.Read More
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.
If you’ve used the Essential Grid plugin lately, you’ve likely noticed that the “Punch Fonts” module is a bit buggy and automatically re-activates three default fonts every time that the EG plugin is reactivated (and/or updated depending on how you run updates). We grew tired of keeping an eye out for these unnecessary fonts being loaded and decided to hide the Punch Fonts page entirely using Admin Menu Editor and force the three default fonts (Open Sans, Raleway, Droid Serif) to stay off the site with the following snippet. We recommend adding this code to a custom site functionality plugin, but it can also be added to a child theme’s functions.php file.Read More
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
If all you want for non-denominational seasonal holiday gift exchange is an update on what Razorfrog is up to, then you’re going to be a very happy web reader and e-mail receiver!
In other words, here’s a round-up of the beautiful work Razorfrog has conducted over the past few months! Let’s get right into it.Read More
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. The page also has multiple products with minimum quantities. Read More