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Workin’ with WordPress

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Workin’ with WordPress


One of my latest projects of the summer was creating a website for Nick & Dan’s Collision. They offer a wide range of collision repair services and work on vehicles of all makes and models. They’re a family owned business serving the Stratford and St. Marys area for the last 35 years, and have just opened a state-of-the-art facility in Stratford.

We wanted to create a modern, user-friendly site that showcased Nick & Dan’s new facility and gave customers access to important information. They had basic requirements for their site’s functionality; this wasn’t going to be an eCommerce site (they aren’t selling products online) so they really just wanted to create a better online presence than what they previously had.

WordPress is a great option when it comes to creating websites. It can be a very convenient and budget-friendly solution. With the unlimited options of HTML templates and plugins, you can create a customized site in far less time than when developing and coding from scratch. After learning what they were looking for, I chose an appropriate template to work with (the Appointment theme) and did some minor CSS customization to add their branding into the design. The layout of this site is very user-friendly; you can scroll through majority of the site’s information all on the homepage, but also have the option of going to separate pages (About Us, Services etc.) through menus located in the header and footer of the site.

Check out their website for a better look and for more information.

If you’re looking to have a website created and don’t know where to start, contact me today !

Thanks for reading,

~ Manda Mac

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