Welcome

My name is Matt Whiteley and I am a front-end website developer. I focus my time building with WordPress using the Genesis Framework. I'd be happy to discuss your project with you. Feel free to give me a shout any time.

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WordPress Hosting

I offer a variety of Managed WordPress Hosting plans for small to medium sized businesses. I offer a personalized approach to hosting giving you the peace of mind that your site is in good hands.

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Maintenance Plans

I offer a variety of WordPress Maintenance Plan options to ensure your site stays up-to-date, secure and running smoothly. All maintenance plans include site backups as well as WordPress, theme and plugin updats.

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Theme Development

I provide WordPress theme development services using the Genesis Framework. I focus on well-coded, streamlined sites. Additionally, I offer Premium Themes for purchase. Check them out here!

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Testimonials

I very much appreciate Matt Whiteley's efforts in coding work over these past months for several websites. It's not only a pleasure to see my latest project (an online deals website) become a reality, but seeing it make big results fast. Thank you Matt for all your support and assistance. You are very personable, offer a great value, work fast, and offer 500% results. I highly recommend.

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Christina Entenmann Owner - LBSPY.com

Projects

Check out one of my recent projects.

The Pondhole Project by Whiteley Designs

The PondHole

The PondHole is an events website customized using The Events Calendar plugin. This dynamic site includes jQuery-based fixed header, custom post type for sponsors, Event Calendar integration, custom invoicing system, Mailchimp integration, automated RSS weekly emails, flexible ad-space management and a completely responsive design. Design and develoment by Whiteley Designs. Built on Genesis Framework with […]

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Blog

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Introducing WorkoutPro : A Premium Genesis Child Theme

Posted by Matt Whiteley on April 10, 2017 View Post