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Do you mean Multisite? What’s wrong with the default WP search?
I’m a big fan of [Algolia](http://algolia.com) but I don’t use WordPress. There is a plugin for WordPress users, however.
I don’t think just having a picture of it will do it justice (I built a custom CMS, for example).
I don’t see an issue with displaying images of the work you’ve done. Take a look at WordPress, Statamic or Kirby. There are countless CMS sites that showcase features in screenshots. Perhaps instead of just linking to the site in question (if that is in fact what you’re doing), why not create a presentation out of it? You can create something similar to a blog post (what you see on the Statamic link above) where you mostly focus on showcasing the qualities.
@chriscoyier. I never thought I’d see the day you’d choose an overall theme of white and gray with a twist of rainbow. Well played. I dig it.July 11, 2015 at 1:44 pm in reply to: If a planned website will be active in 5 years, should I build it now? #204955
Innovation only comes in game-changing states. I’ll remember that.
I wouldn’t both disabling it. I’d completely remove it.July 10, 2015 at 1:50 pm in reply to: If a planned website will be active in 5 years, should I build it now? #204937
Well just for the website I would be buying a theme and then over customizing it in WordPress so it would become my own unique custom theme.
I never understood this point of view. Unless you’re completely redesigning the theme, I wouldn’t consider that “unique”. That’s another topic, however. I do agree that technology in five years will be drastically different. I wouldn’t worry about the choice of CMS or any of those specifics right now.
I would start thinking and continue to think about making your services incredibly easy for clients. Set yourself apart from the others in a way that is outside of current practices. Be innovative. Unique.July 10, 2015 at 12:48 am in reply to: [Solved] Cannot get typeface to show up correctly in Firefox and IE #204874
Anyway, here is no such thing as a responsive font (typeface rather)…
Not officially anyway (yet).
Sorry I didn’t see this in time. I don’t use WordPress so I probably wouldn’t have been of much help.July 8, 2015 at 4:49 am in reply to: [Solved] Cannot get typeface to show up correctly in Firefox and IE #204764
@Greg777 Using developer tools (right click – inspect, then refresh the page), if you click on the console tab, you will see the following:
Now, if you go to one of those links, it returns a 404 Not Found error.
Therefore, the font file in question is not even being loaded correctly. Try fixing the path.July 7, 2015 at 5:48 pm in reply to: [Solved] Cannot get typeface to show up correctly in Firefox and IE #204738
My apologies. Perhaps the Tips section to the right should be more apparent to users.
@losrack What you could do is make sure your child theme css is below the theme css in your head section.
<!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> .... <!-- This is your MAIN theme CSS file --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://yoursite.com/path/to/main.css"> <!-- This is your CHILD theme CSS file --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://yoursite.com/path/to/child.css"> ....