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New Website for River School of Music

We’ve recently completed a very fun new website for the River School of Music in Burnsville, Minnesota. The client loves it, and we are extremely happy with the results. Website Features The site includes many features that make it attractive and functional. We built it to be fully mobile-friendly and responsive. Because many of the visitors to the site are … Read More

Making Section Mobile-Only with Cornerstone

A question I get asked a lot is how to make a section within Cornerstone display only on mobile devices, or even to display completely different content for mobile devices. Luckily, X Theme and Cornerstone make this significantly easier to do than would be possible with WordPress by itself. There is an entire suite of functionality related exactly to this. … Read More

New Responsive WordPress Website for Burnsville Marketing Company

We recently completed a new website for the fantastic company Wild Fig Marketing based out of Burnsville, MN. We’ve been partners with them for many years and are excited to be releasing their new website. The site is notable for a few of its attributes: Utilizes a fully-responsive design Parallax scrolling Side navigation WordPress X Theme and Cornerstone Frontend editor … Read More

Making Section Full Height in X Theme

Making full-height intro sections is awesome. And it’s easy! Many of the demos of X Theme take advantage of full-height sections but they never really explain how. If you’ve searched their forums, you’ll find that they used Revolution Slider to do it, but honestly that’s not nearly as good of a solution as what we’re going to do! You’re probably … Read More

How to Add Reusable Content Block in X Theme & Cornerstone

Working every day with X Theme and Cornerstone, I frequently find myself needing to re-use sections of my content on different parts of my website. While I know that I could save a block of Cornerstone content as a template and re-use it, the problem is that it wouldn’t update whenever I redid the master template. So how do we solve this … Read More