WordPress, YouTube Tutorials

MotoPress Drag & Drop WordPress Builder

Now available: MotoPress Content Editor for any WordPress website

Key Benefits of MotoPress Layout Editor:

  • Drag and Drop editor lets users create, add and edit content blocks on the fly and get really advanced layouts for your website.
  • Twitter Bootstrap based platform includes responsive grid system, LESS CSS, dozens of interface components and useful JavaScript extensions.
  • Simple familiar techniques and basic skills are preferred to use. You may develop in your own way with no limits and additional unnecessary requirements.

By using MotoPress Layout Editor you are able to:

  • create, change and duplicate website pages;
  • remove template pages with ease;
  • fully change the layout structure;
  • display and hide website blocks on different devices;
  • quickly manage content right on your WordPress site;
  • change, move and add content blocks only with a few clicks;
  • edit blocks with website data and view the changes at once;
  • manage media;
  • edit new widgets, posts and pages;
  • make your website responsive and adaptive.


Blogging, Education, Online Courses, Resources, WordPress, YouTube Videos

Top 10 Free WordPress Responsive Themes for 2015

Top 10 Free WordPress Responsive Themes for 2015:

  1. evolve
  2. Sparkling
  3. ZERIF
  4. Spacious
  5. Responsive
  6. Dynamic News
  7. Unite Demo
  8. Metro CreativeX
  9. Ample
  10. Esteem











Full list of themes and video transcript


Checklist for Choosing the Perfect WordPress Theme for Your Website

Blogging, Quotes, WordPress

Math is Beautiful


Resume Blog Site


Dr. Brian D’Alessandro, Ph.D. received the B.S. (summa cum laude), M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in computer engineering all from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, New Jersey, in 2008, 2009, and 2012 respectively.

Presently, he is working as an Image Analysis Scientist with Canfield Scientific, Fairfield, New Jersey, developing algorithms for skin feature detection. From 2009-2011, he was a Teaching Assistant at NJIT, recognized in 2010 as the Outstanding Teaching Assistant in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department. He has previous intern and research experience with IBM and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. His research interests include image processing, medical imaging, computer vision, digital signal processing, pattern classification, and audio quality detection.

Dr. D’Alessandro was twice selected as a Student Paper Competition Finalist in the International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society – once in 2010 for his work on oxygen saturation measurement of skin lesions, and again in 2011 for his work on 3D reconstruction of melanin and blood volume components of skin lesions.



Blogging, Canadian, Montreal, Women

Canada’s Mommy Bloggers

Mom Bloggers

Mom Bloggers


Canada’s Top 10 Mommy Bloggers

For most of the country’s nearly 4,000 mommy blogs, the payback is simple: being heard. Learn, laugh, and cry with ten of the loudest moms in Canada. (And one daddy blogger, too.)

By Geeta Nadkarni

35 Mom Blogs We Love


Tanis Miller started blogging February 2006, four months after the sudden death of her youngest son, Shale. After googling the words ‘mom’ and ‘grief’, Tanis stumbled onto the world of blogging and it wasn’t long before she decided to make the leap from lurker to author.

For seven years Tanis could be found blogging at Attack of the Redneck Mommy. Her blog was a humorous and insightful look at the joys of parenting, the delights of marriage and the heartbreak of losing a child. Her blog has been featured on CNN, The Globe and Mail and in a variety of Canadian daily newspapers. Attack of the Redneck Mommy™ has repeatedly been named as one of Babble’s top mom blogs and has won the Best Canadian Blog award in the 2011, 2010 and 2008 Bloggies, earning her a spot in the Bloggie Hall of Fame.

Tanis continues to spread her brand of humour and honesty here on Tanis Miller only this time she isn’t pretending to be 50 feet tall while doing it.

– See more at: http://www.tanismiller.com/about#sthash.iOcl4aLX.dpuf

Montreal Dad Parent Blogger