Adding more content online

In an effort to provide more information to my [potential] clients, I will be making available online much more content. Instead of relying on the forum to expose my plugins and modules, they will each get a post here explaining their function and how to implement them. There will also be some free content posted for recurring topics that appear on the forums, or one-of’s solutions that just might be helpful to you.

Each post will include the plugin/module’s price which should make it easier for you to decide if you want to implement it on your website. The general formula that will be applied for pricing will be $15 for plugins, $25 for modules, and $40 with the code-and-tweak packages. “Code-and-Tweak” is the plugin/module that you want, along with one hour of coding that you can use towards installation, or tweaking to ensure perfect integration on your website. Essentially, you are getting the plugin/module for free as my regular rate is $40/h. As always, it is recommended that you contact me first before sending payment, so that I can confirm that I am sending the correct package to the correct client.

You can expect the first one to be posted very shortly.


Give me some ideas

I would like to invite you to send me some ideas for upcoming tutorials. I haven’t exactly run out of ideas, but if I get requests from clients, I could provide you with relevant content faster.

Please use either the comment function under this post, or use the Contact me form if you don’t want your comments to be visible.

Welcome to the new design

After close to two years with no change – and a very cluttered layout – it was time to clean house. Let’s call it “spring cleaning” for the website. I moved the platform from Joomla to WordPress. With this change, which makes posting content so much more efficient, I am hoping to be able to post more often and grow the site.

As always, you are welcome to contact me using the Contact Me form, but now you have the option of posting comments too! So, please provide feedback on the new layout, or what new tutorial you would like to see.

PayPal donations now available

In order to give a way for clients to be able to support further developments, I have added a PayPal donations button. Previously, a contact had to be established first, and information exchanged before a PayPal transaction could be completed. Read the rest of this entry »

We are finally online!

Well finally, after all this time, we’re finally online. It took us a while, but we’re ready to start getting content live that will help you in integrating EPC inside many CMS or even your own homebrewed website. You can use the Contact Us section to leave us feedback or suggestions for new tutorials.

I’ll leave you with this for now, and will be back shortly to publish our first tutorial – How to integrate EPC in PHP-Nuke; block, module and all.