Website & Blog Design for

Varminter Magazine

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Eric and the good folks at Varminter.com needed an updated site. Their old one – well – let’s just say it needed some love. But, at the same time, they had a lively forum that needed to remain in place (with a new design coming up very soon) and that needed to interact seamlessly with their new site. With a WordPress install, a Woo Theme framework and some graphical goodness, the new site launched quickly and easily. Being WordPress, the site is super-easy to update and change, plus it’s super search-engine friendly. This client also has several other sites that will be “ports” of this main site – and the modular nature of WordPress and Woo Themes makes it a snap to build new sites with the same functionality and good looks.

Web Design for Varminter
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