Using ACF values in a WordPress Search Query

July 27th, 2013

WordPress search by default is kind of limited. If you use Advanced Custom Forms, the default search does not allow you search through the custom fields. But, there is a powerful query called wp_query for WordPress that will allow you to do some really custom search scripts. Here is some code that will query the […]

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Using WordPress as Your Sites CMS System

February 21st, 2013

When WordPress first came out in 2003, it was an  interesting blogging platform that nobody paid attention to at first. As time wore on, more and more users specifically developers starting using the platform and creating new code for it through the Open Source program. Because of this, WordPress has become one of the most […]

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WordPress Conditional Title Loop

January 8th, 2013

While working on a WordPress site for a client, I needed to load a header logo based on a term that was present in the title tag of page. While there is lot of stuff out there about using the conditional loops for pages, categories, etc. you really have to dig to find something like […]

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Apple iPhone Vs Android Phone

December 1st, 2012

I’ve had an Android Galaxy phone for a little over a year. At first, I really liked the phone. As time wore on, I came to hate it with a passion. It was constantly freezing, and I’d have to take the battery out to reset it not to mention typing on it was a real […]

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Native App VS Web App

June 6th, 2012

There are actually two kinds of apps for the mobile phone and tablet market. They are native apps and web apps. With a web app, it is hosted on a website and mimics the look and feel of a native app with exception of the way it is installed and its limitations to using various […]

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App Design Preparation

June 1st, 2012

Once you have an idea for an app, the next thing to do is to translate that idea to paper. This will make it much easier when discussing with a designer in the initial build phase. Ideally, you will want to “storyboard” or “wireframe” the app on paper. This means drawing out each app screen, […]

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How much does it cost to create an app?

May 31st, 2012

How much does it cost to create an app? That is a question I get asked and see a lot. The cost of the app depends on the app it’s self and exactly how many programming hours is it going to take to complete it. I see stuff all the time that goes like this; […]

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Furball Aliens Attack

September 29th, 2011

  Not wasting anytime between game launches, we are putting the final touches on our next game installment, “Fuball Fever – Alien Furballs Attack”. Different from the first game, this is a shooter game where you launch your friendly alien furball against wave after wave of alien attackers. We’re looking to launch this game in […]

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Furball Fever has Been Unleashed!!

September 22nd, 2011

After many months of development, our first of many planned iPhone games  has been released in the iTunes store. Furball Fever was developed with our passion for the love of games and for the first game we used a platformer layout like the Super Mario series which happened to be one of the first games […]

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The EPN Network is Flawed

May 1st, 2011

If you’re into affiliate marketing, you have no doubt heard of EPN or eBay’s affiliate program. When I joined the program years ago, it was being run by Commission Junction and was the best program around. Tracking was pretty much dead on and you could always count on them making up for any inconsistencies in […]

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