All Track needed a new site–theirs was built on ASP.NET about ten years ago, and they had a disclaimer at the bottom that said they needed to purchase ASP.NET storefront. There was a lot of duplicate information and the design itself seemed out of date. And being in ASP.NET, the clients could not make any changes to the site themselves, which in my book, is not a fair thing to do. Some would argue, yes, the client might mess it up, but that’s what you invest in a backup plan for! Your client will only learn by making mistakes, so let them, then fix it for them, and this is how you keep a good relationship with your clientele.
So naturally, I chose WordPress to re-design their site. It is still in the works, but it is up and live and looking a little more “fresh.” What was a little difficult was pulling a video file from the root directory of the original site and sticking it into the new site on the Slider Revolution plugin.
To see the final product, go to gpsmerchandise.com and take a look around!
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