A page builder gives you a visitor-side view of your website, and allows you to place content visually on your website. This is the same principle that is often used in hosted “website builder” solutions like Wix or SquareSpace. Do you need one?
As of December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg are here. Don’t delay; read up on what you need to know NOW.
The Not Yet Foundation wanted a fresh website look and up-to-date software for their site. RED was happy to oblige!
RED was pleased to build Project Mentor’s website, aimed at helping girls and women find mentors in their chosen professions.
Creating anchor links in Beaver Builder is easy and can help your user navigate your website. Learn how!
Take Note Colorado’s new website provides key features allowing volunteers and donors to match up with schools in need of instruments or other musical aid.
Opinions vary about the suitability of the Gutenberg editor as a replacement for WordPress’ current WYSIWYG editor, and many question Gutenberg’s ability to challenge “drag and drop” website builders like Squarespace, Wix, or Weebly. Other WordPress page builder plugins, like Beaver Builder, seem to meet this competition more head-on.
Avenue 4 Design and RED collaborated on this website for Stacy Blake-Beard, Ph.D. The website features easy updating on the back end and a great, modern look on the front end.