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Backlit Faux Stained Glass Stage Element | Front
The main element to serve as a background for stage center for our easter set. They needed something that looked good both live and (importantly) on video as out service is streamed to another campus. These are (5) 34 inches wide by 85 inches tall. They are printed on Epson Backlit Paper on an Epson Stylus Pro 9880. The Frame is made of 1 1/2 Studs painted black. The backlit paper is simply stapled to the back. The internal frame is faux done in photoshop. There was 6 other smaller ( 24x36)…
Why you need to start using a staging environment
Have you ever made a change to a client’s WordPress site and it crashed? Maybe you were updating a plugin or customizing code in the theme, and the site just goes down. Panic sets in as you try desperately to bring the site back online. You realize visitors are seeing that the site is down, and are probably going to call your client soon. Not long after that, you’ll get a call from a very irritated client. As professional developers, we obviously want to avoid situations like this. So how…