Andy Vaughn

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WordPress and jQuery

WordPress natively uses jQuery. It is part of the WordPress core files, but the source can be overridden to reduce server load on your website by offloading the script source to Google’s Hosted Libraries. Here’s how to use Google as a CDN for WordPress and jQuery: In your theme’s functions.php file, add the following code: […]

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Turman Financial Group

I’m really excited to announce the launch of John Turman’s “Turman Financial Group, LLC” website, as of this weekend. We worked together with Trent Bingham to create the awesome logo. The site itself was built using WordPress for the CMS, and XHTML/CSS for the front-end.

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Chess Puzzles

Chess Puzzles is a website that I designed and strategically programmed for John Bain two and a half years ago. It’s still going strong, with over ten-thousand visitors monthly playing and participating in the daily puzzles. The website was built using WordPress as a CMS, and the chess tactic engine was programmed using a custom […]

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All Family Vision Care

In November, I had the pleasure to work with Dr. Michael Klautzsch, and John Admire at All Family Vision Care working on a re-design for their existing eye center website. I partnered with Trent Bingham on this project, and we launched a slick new design that adds personality to the previously templated-design, common to vision […]

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