Website Design for Calvary Chapel of Republic, MO

Pastor Tony from Calvary Chapel of Republic, MO contacted us yesterday – on February 21st.

We called and had a phone conversation with him about his needs.  He has two websites – one for his church and one for a small FM radio broadcast.  He was looking at changing hosting providers.

Additionally, he was having trouble getting their radio broadcast streaming.  While we don’t have expertise in this, we had a great conversation about what was needed.  Pastor Tony was able to get his radio stream back and running later in the day after it being down for several months!

Their existing websites were made in Joomla, which are hard to update.  We spoke about changing over to WordPress as the platform and he agreed since there was also someone in his congregation knowledgeable in WordPress.

Pastor Tony made the payment to get started in the afternoon.  By that evening, we had the full website re-created in WordPress.  He reviewed the website and was ready to launch it!

Today, the site is completed.  We are working on the radio website next.

The site for Calvary Chapel of Republic, MO is at

Website Design for Millersville Off Campus Housing

Thomas contacted us in mid-January looking for some help with his website.  He owns several properties around Millersville University and offers off-campus housing to students.

Thomas had a website through a different provider but it was lacking.  He also indicated that he was stepping into a more active role with his business and was canceling the agreement with the property management company.  Therefore, he wanted to get a new website created, but he was looking for something simple to start off.

We assisted Thomas with creating a three page website.  The site is mobile friendly, it has a basic contact form, and a picture gallery system.

One of the pages lists all of his properties.  Down the road, he may expand on this and make a separate page for each property to provide more detail.

We appreciate the business from Thomas!

His website can be found at

Website Hosting for Santa Fe Classic Limo

Kevin contacted us last week indicating he was having a problem with his website – Santa Fe Classic Limo.  He had the website hosted with another provider and so he entered a ticket with them to try and get the website restored.  It was showing a message saying ‘connection to database has failed’.

After their support was not able to help get the website fixed, Kevin asked us to step in and get the site fixed.

We worked on the site and discovered that this was not the usual problem.  Typically that error message indicates that the username and/or password to connect to the database is wrong in the configuration – or the database name itself is wrong.

Not able to resolve the situation through that method, we performed a full backup of the website and database to be safe.  A WordPress update was then completed to bring the site up to the newest version.  This enabled us to remove all WordPress “core” files to be sure there wasn’t any compromised files in the process.

After the install was done, his website began showing a different error – that the current version of PHP was 5.4.4 on the server and it wasn’t compatible with WordPress.  So, we then went into the hosting configuration and changed the version to the newest one.  Upon doing so, critical errors started to be reported.  Looking at the log files, it was due to old plugin files that were not compatible with the new version of PHP that was enabled.  We then chose a prior version of PHP (7.4) and the website loaded.  All of the plugins were upgraded successfully – then we were able to put it back on PHP 8.

Once the website was working, Kevin opted to have the website moved over to our website hosting so this doesn’t happen to him again.  He indicated that there was a prospective customer that most likely was lost due to his website being down.

The site was moved over to our web hosting services last night and it is loading faster than it was on the other provider!

The website can be found at

Logo Design for Proper Peasant Farm, LLC

Art, the owner of Proper Peasant Farm LLC, reached out to us on January 2nd to get a logo and a website created.  He was ready to start on the work a few weeks later.

We are continuing to get the website completed.  However, the logo was completed and approved as seen here.

Website Deign for Gamut Design

David contacted us a few days ago – on January 30th.

He inherited the Gamut Design business from his brother that passed away, and needed some help getting the site working.  He enlisted the help of another person but David said the progress was slow and he needed the site completed.

After speaking with him about our experience with creating eCommerce websites, he was ready to go right away.

The next day, on the 31st, we began to get the website setup.  We worked with him to get the payment provider integrated and the eCommerce settings configured that day.

Yesterday – February 1st – he put together a list of changes that were needed and those were done this morning.  A test order was placed successfully and the website is now completed!

You can find the Gamut Design website at

Website Design for Vegan Pride Foods

Shauna contacted at the beginning of January asking for help creating a website.  During our conversations, she also mentioned having another website that was done earlier and needed some help finishing it.

The new website she wanted to start is for a meal prep business – Vegan Pride Foods.  The goal of her online business is to offer vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free food options.

After some conversations with her, we initially turned down the work since we thought it was going to be beyond our abilities to create this site.  But after a few more phone conversations, we were able to narrow down what her requirements were and she wanted to proceed.

The website has a total of four pages in addition to four six product categories.  The website is mobile friendly, it has eCommerce capabilities, a basic contact form for email inquiries, social networking integration, website stats to monitor website usage, and a blog so she can write articles on the site.

Today, the website was fully finished and is open for business!

You can find the site at

Logo Design for OKTEX Operating, LLC

Phillip, the owner of OKTEX Operating, LLC – reached out to us to create a website for his business in mid-November.

After the website was done, he was contemplating having us help with a logo design.  About two weeks ago, he decided to have the logo created.

Once Phillip supplied us the logo questionnaire, we created three logo designs for him within 48 hours.  He was happy with one of the logos right away with no changes needed.

Website Design for Industrial Sunscreens

Chuck, the owner of J Mosher Enterprises, reached out to us on January 17th asking for some help creating a website.  Part of his business specializes in creating sunscreen materials for water treatment plants.  Through his testing, he notes that the sunscreen covers help water treatment plants save about 30% in chlorine usage compared to plants not using these screens.

Chuck was ready to start on his site and paid the initial amount on the 22nd.  He sent us a few revisions of what he requested on his site.

His website has four pages, it is mobile friendly, and it has a basic contact form.

Today, the final changes were completed and the website was approved.

The website can be found at

Website Re-Design for Dunn’s Cajun Pitbulls

Herman, the owner of Dunn’s Cajun Pitbulls, has been a customer of ours for several years now.  He is based in Louisiana and is a pitbull breeder offering pitbulls for sale.

He expressed an interest to have his website re-created in 2023 – and then he was ready to have this completed at the beginning of 2024.

One of the main aspects he wanted on the website was a swamp scene to help theme the site to his locality.  He also wanted the website to be more streamlined and easier to navigate compared to the other site.

Over the past week, we worked with Herman to get the final touches on the site and it has now been launched!

The new site can be see at

Website Design for RipCurrentDisplays

Jeff reached out to us on January 18th asking for some guidance for a website.  He invented an educational tool to help the public understand how rip currents work on the beach and how they can sweep you out into the ocean.  Therefore, his invention is aptly named the Rip Current Simulator.

He has been showcased on a few news stories and was urged to make more of these simulators from the different organizations that have purchased one.

Therefore, that is where we stepped in and helped to create a website to help showcase the display.

Jeff was ready to get started the same day.  We secured the domain name and setup the website hosting.

Over the last several days, the website took shape and today it was fully completed!

You can find the website at