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WordPress Design, Development & Support

If you need help with your WordPress site, you’ve sure come to the right place! I’ve been developing, publishing and maintaining WordPress sites for over a decade now (since 2007’s v2.1), and now you can put that knowledge and experience to work for you:

Full Site Development

If you need help with developing a full website on the WordPress platform:

  1. Go to my contact form.
  2. Send me a message detailing as much as you want about the project you have in mind.

I’ll get back to you.

Troubleshooting

If you need some help to “fix,” “modify,” “customize” or “tweak” your existing WordPress-based site, in many cases, it won’t likely take that long or cost that much to do! Most “WordPress troubleshooting” jobs I do fall only within the $20-35 range.

To get started. just follow these steps:

  1. Go to my contact form.
  2. Send me a message detailing as much as you can about the WordPress troubleshooting job you need done.

I’ll email you back. I’ll ask more questions, if any. And I will tell you how much I’ll charge to do the job.

This consultation is risk-free, quick, costs you nothing and there’s no commitment.

Testimonials

  • The man is whole-brained!

    I’ve worked with Eldon on many projects over the years, and he is just hands down one of the best writers I know. As if that weren’t impressive enough, he is very highly-skilled with computers and I.T., and a strong graphic designer as well.

    Right-brained? Left-brained? The man is whole-brained!

    Michael Werner
    CEO
    InfoSource, Inc.; SimpleK12
  • Did more than I expected.

    My first book I knew had to be edited by a professional. Not that I can’t write; I can. The reason is that I was too close to it and knew I was missing things.

    But finding an editor was daunting. I wanted the best, of course. Still, there really is no way to know who is the best except by personal experience. Finally, after wallowing around in the waters of uncertainty for long enough, I hired Eldon Sarte.

    Let me tell you now, I was genuinely pleased with Eldon’s work. He demonstrated a grasp of what I wanted to say and did more than I expected an editor to do. Not only did he point out places that may be unclear to the reader, he also provided rewrites of some problematic paragraphs.

    Without Eldon, 52 Good-to-Know Techbits would likely have become known as the Lots of Distracting Errorbits.

    I’m hoping Eldon will be available when I’m ready to have my next one edited.

    Will Bontrager