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2017 Year In Review

By Tyler Golberg / December 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

2017Year in Review 2017Year in Review A new office, new team members, and new projects have kept things lively at CYBERsprout in 2017. Before we turn to the new year, we want to reflect on a exciting/chaotic year that we can’t believe has passed by in a flash. 100+ Projects Completed We were very excited […]

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Lakes Area Celebrations – Advanced Directory

By Tyler Golberg / December 5, 2017 / 0 Comments

Lakes Area Celebrations has been the best resource for planning a wedding or event in the lakes area for several years. However, a new website was needed to provide a better experience for both visitors planning an event and vendors looking to get listed. New Website Structure And Features First and foremost, the new structure […]

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Back Again For WordCamp Seattle – 2017

By Tyler Golberg / November 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

Both Marti and my brother Trent live in Washington now so WordCamp Seattle is a perfect excuse to visit each year! It is a great event for networking, learning, and having a bit of fun. And since we focus on the WordPress platform, this event is right in our wheelhouse. Before heading to the conference, […]

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Embracing Page Builders

By Tyler Golberg / September 9, 2017 / 0 Comments

There is a clear demand for page builders in the WordPress space. The list below highlights the active installs for the most popular builders on WordPress.org alone: Page Builder (SiteOrigin): 1+ million Beaver Builder: 300,000+ Elementor: 100,000+ Unyson: 80,000+ Live Composer: 40,000+ Aqua Page Builder: 20,000+ MotoPress: 10,000+ WooRockets: 10,000+ The above doesn’t even include […]

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Organizing Custom Post Types

By Tyler Golberg / August 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

Custom post types are the backbone for organizing information on WordPress. They allow us to separate data on both the front and back end for easy access and updating. However, most WordPress users only scrape the surface this truly awesome feature. I’ll dig into the potential for both Custom Post Types (CPTs) and custom taxonomies […]

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