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Raging River Web Services
Designs from the Delta
Design and Development
Design is so much more than layout. In the parlance of website owners: “It has to Pop.” I’ve been working with design since 1976, of course back then it was the printing industry. Take advantage of me, and my experience.
Repair and Trouble-shooting
From small head-aches to major problems Raging River has the repair experience to get you back on your feet very quickly. Our security solutions will also keep you safe in the future. We’ve never lost a patient yet.
Maintenance and Coaching
Need some help? Maintenance these days requires attention to detail each and every day, and without fail. Hackers just don’t take days off. Or maybe you just need some coaching with WordPress or Elementor page builder.
I've been driving a WordPress since... long before anybody paid me to drive one.
I just like how it feels.
I started using WordPress when it was only about a year old. At that time WordPress didn’t even use plugins. I had my first blog site back then.
It wasn’t very long before I figured out I had a cool toy which I didn’t understand well enough to use. My blog site looked terrible.
After backgrounds in the printing industry, live performance and the telecom industry, these all seemed together to point towards one thing. I knew my blog site looked terrible.
So I started learning and doing. Gaming clan websites, repairs, I even fell in with some first responder support groups. (Sshh, can’t talk about that.) Suddenly I didn’t have time for my blog site anymore.
One night a video game pal dropped a VPS (Virtual Private Server) in my lap with a crude website for hosting. We were hosting and I now needed to learn servers. Goodbye blog site, hello full stack.
I have recently relocated from the Seattle area back to the Memphis area. And this is my new blog site, so to speak.
Gutenberg Editor is being lauded by some as the greatest thing since sliced cheese, but mostly by newcomers and employees. In truth, most longtime WordPress users are way too familiar with Automattic and it’s various and assorted antics to be very impressed at all.
We use Elementor Page Builder and an awful lot of people use WooCommerce. Both of these require increasing your wp_memory_limit. I find myself answering this question more and more often these days in various Facebook tech groups so I thought a helpful post would be a good thing. Let’s get to it.