If you’ve somehow managed to reach this page, then you’re probably curious about my background and/or experience. I’ve been developing web sites on a very small scale for about 15 years, first with straight HTML and then moving on to ASP before settling on using WordPress as my framework of choice. Web development is not my primary occupation. Although I am a professional programmer, I work primarily on legacy mainframes which run old, but reliable, operating systems like MVS.
Right now I am maintaining three different WordPress installations for other groups/organizations (Venice Hongwanji Buddhist Temple, Lady Eagles Basketball, and No Limit Vision) along with a few personal web sites (including this one). My theme of choice is Montezuma, and if you read the About Montezuma page on this site, you’ll see why. The theme is great for “old school” web developers like myself who understand how HTML and CSS work. It gives tremendous flexibility in customizing the look of a site without having to create a child theme, making it the perfect “fits all” type of theme.
If I’ve managed to help you solve a problem, feel free to give me a shout-out on Twitter (@crouchingbruin).
If I’ve managed to help you solve some sort of problem with regards to Montezuma, I hope you will become a Gold Member of the Bytes for All community by donating to the theme developers and support personnel. Your donation will help fund further development and support of the theme (note: I have no affiliation with Bytes For All, other than being a very satisfied user of their theme, and I would not personally benefit from any donation, but that’s OK).