Austin F. Cline is the founder and CEO of ASUN Digital, a B2B marketing agency.

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How to Boost Your WordPress Website Page Speed

A fast loading website means a greater user experience, higher conversion rates and stronger SEO. Over at ASUN Digital, we dove into why fast page speed is critical and gave some tips to make your WordPress website faster.

How to Integrate NationBuilder with WordPress Using the NationBuilder API

As a Certified NationBuilder Architect, one of the most common requests I hear from my NationBuilder clients is, “Can I integrate NationBuilder with WordPress?” The answer is absolutely yes, you can. While NationBuilder and WordPress are two different softwares, there are a variety of reasons why anyone would want to use them together: You have a brand new website on WordPress and don’t have the budget to move it all

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Displaying NationBuilder Blog Post Images on Other Pages

There are two common ways to display NationBuilder blog post images on other pages of your NationBuilder website. In my first example, our Recent news section needs to show an image from the post in the left column, and the title/excerpt in the right column. In this situation, we need to call the post’s image separately from the excerpt and title. To do this, I added the following code to

Keyframes and CountUp.js

We threw this design together last week for a client’s website, and I thought I’d share it here. It uses CSS3 Keyframes to animate the background color, and we added some jQuery from CountUp.js to animate the numbers counting up. Take a look at the code below and feel free to copy and use in your own projects. See the Pen Keyframes and CountUp by Design4 Marketing (@Design4) on CodePen.

Starting at Zero: My Web Development Journey

I’ve had several people ask me how I got involved in web design and development. If you’d told me 2-3 years ago that I’d be developing websites full-time, I would have laughed. It would have been even funnier if you’d asked me what HTML, PHP, or JavaScript was. Web design and development was the furthest thing from my mind. The truth is, most of it was by accident. I have no