My name is Ben Kaminski. I design, program, and maintain websites and web applications across the globe. I have over 20 years experience working in the field of internet technology and infrastructure. I can help you or your company achieve web technology goals and solve existing issues. I am a trusted, relied upon developer that can get things done quickly and effictively. I am also an experienced technology consultant that can help your company utilize cost effective technology solutions.
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Well, not really a battle per se, more of a camaraderie or working relationship. Back in 2015 I wrote a similar tutorial on how to do this with the WordPress theme customizer… Any-who… one day I was thinking. Wouldn’t it be great if you could utilize the Bootstrap 4 Carousel with your latest WordPress blog […]
I am a “crypto-noob” by all means but am aware of some core concepts and I am a programmer myself by trade. I am gaining an understanding of this whole “Crypto-verse” and actually, been having a lot of fun doing so, that is, until the Jaxx wallet decision to delay, postpone, disregard, and otherwise obfuscate […]
Welcome to the newest iteration of my blog. Much like Bitcoin, my blog had a “hard-fork” and I’ve split into two categories. This is in an effort to be able to discuss more than just website design and programming. You’ll notice the new design and stuff, still needs work as you can see. That’s beside […]
Hello all. First and foremost, let me apologize for my extended hiatus from updating my blog. To say I have been busy in the last year would be an understatement. Anyhow, enough about me. I found this really cool way to give your client the ability to update their Bootstrap 3 image carousel using the […]
If you’re a website designer, WordPress Theme Developer, or other responsive website theme creator… I think you will find this tutorial helpful and easy. We have all seen on the “theme websites”, a header bar with the ability to change the viewport size of the screen by clicking usually an icon that resembles the device […]