Global Creations LLC – Blog
After setting up blogs for many clients, we finally got around to creating one for Global Creations’ CEO, Jerry. This blog is an esoteric combination of posts related to technical website development issues and various random topics. For the most part the information here documents things we have tried. We use this information so as not to reinvent the wheel if the same issue arises again. We figured if we solved a problem, perhaps others will be looking for solutions to the same problem. Look around and see what you can find.
Here’s another engine install story. This time I replaced the old Tecumseh engine on a Tuffy tiller with a new Predator engine. It works fine, but be prepared to shop for some parts!
The original engine on my mover lost it’s magnets in a noisy episode and I replaced it with a used version of the identical engine. That engine began smoking and misbehaving, so I replaced it with a new engine – without breaking the bank. Here’s what I did . . .
The Wade Rain Powerroll System is commonly known as a wheel line mover or just 'mover.' It is a gasoline powered device that moves an irrigation line across a field. It's the red and yellow device you can see in the photo below. In this article I'll explain...
I publish The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter. For years I used Bento as my database system to manage my subscribers. However, FileMaker, Inc., discontinued the program a couple of years ago and no longer supports it. They did supply a conversion program that is intended...
With Elegant Themes’ Divi theme, one can set up the appearance of pages, posts and index pages mostly with the Divi Theme Customizer. It takes a little CSS to make the Posts look like the Pages. Here, I will explain how to set up the general appearance of pages, then how to get posts,search pages and the 404 error page to look the same way.
I just converted this website to Wordpress. It was written years ago in server side HTML/CSS then I tacked a Wordpress blog onto it. This conversion gets the whole site into Wordpress. Here’s the process . . .