How Responsive Is Your WordPress Web Site?
Presented by Bud Kraus
About the Webinar:
Do you know what to look for when you purchase a WordPress theme? Just because it's advertised as Responsive do you think that will make your site truly responsive?
This webinar explores what you should be looking at when you buy a theme and the pitfalls many designers and developers overlook when creating a responsive WordPress site.
Bud Kraus is a WordPress evangelist because he believes it is the answer for just about everyone. From large and small businesses, individuals and organizations WordPress has so much to offer. Be you a blogger, a regular site, a web designer and developer WordPress can work for you.
Bud has been teaching the fundamentals of web design for thousands of students at Pratt Institute, the Fashion Institute of Technology and for his private students for 15 years. He also has worked on client sites taking a wide range of responsibilities from online communications director to project manager for site makeovers.
Besides teaching Bud works with individuals and small businesses developing their WordPress sites.
Questions? email Bud at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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How Responsive is Your WordPress Web Site? (Streaming Archive of Webinar)
Presenter: Bud Kraus
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