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17 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Remote Work

By Kevin Fontenot | March 18, 2020
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Since our inception at Mission Lab, all of our team members have worked remotely. As of writing this article, we currently have team members in 4 different time zones across the United States. Thankfully, this has allowed us to continue operating our business as normal throughout the Coronavirus pandemic and …

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We’re Rebranding from iWitness Design to Mission Lab

By Tanner | February 19, 2020
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Do you remember the shift from middle school to high school? For many, it’s a time of self-discovery where teenagers begin to grow out of things that they had previously enjoyed and begin to embrace new passions, friends, and even a new sense of who they are. Maybe you have …

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iWitness Design: A Look Back and a Glimpse Into The Future

By Tanner | January 23, 2020
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It’s only natural to reflect on the past and plan for the future at the dawn of a new year. Chances are you’ve already planned some big goals for 2020 in your organization — I know I have. 2019 was a great year at iWitness Design. We got to work …

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We’ve switched to LiquidWeb for WordPress Managed Hosting and You Should Too

By Tanner | October 2, 2019
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Determining the best WordPress managed hosting to use can be a daunting task. When I started iWitness Design back in 2012 I had no idea how important good WordPress hosting was or how different hosting providers were. So I signed up with an agency account with Bluehost where I had …

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Why Your Membership Site Should Allow Public Access for Premium Content

By Tanner | September 24, 2019
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If you run a premium content site, then you know that it can be very difficult to communicate the value of your content to your customers. You can try and address this issue by making some articles free but you run the risk of giving away too much or making …

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Building Community with WordPress – An Introduction to BuddyPress

By Tanner | September 11, 2019
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I remember the first time I discovered BuddyPress. It was several years back and I was working on on a new membership feature for my church’s website. Being a hard core developer, I rolled up my sleeves and started working through how I would handle discussions, notifications, user profiles, and …

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Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) Example

By nick | June 4, 2019
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How we solved a Cross-Origin Resource Sharing problem without access to htaccess or server config files.

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Nested Forms – Using Gravity Forms as a Field Template

By landon | May 9, 2019
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We get the opportunity to use Gravity Forms on a lot of projects at iWitness Design, but often the “out of the box” options don’t achieve exactly what we need. In one particular case we wanted to be able to use a Gravity Form as a template for fields inside …

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7 Questions (and Answers) about the Upcoming WordPress Gutenberg Editor

By Julie Tanis | November 14, 2018
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You may (or may not) have heard that WordPress will be coming out with a new editor. You know, that big box you use to write your page or post.  They’re calling it Gutenberg. There is a lot of anxiety about how the Gutenberg editor might affect our websites. Will …

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