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SimpleTastes Logo and Key Visual

AEDI, Graphic Design, Web Design

We have been preparing our new service since last month, and this time we are announcing the service name, logo, and key visual for this service.

Comparing Google Maps Using the Google Maps Embed API

Web Design

Comparing Google Maps using the Google Maps Embed API, which allows creating custom maps using parameters despite being free to use.

Expanding Nationwide from Kurashiki, Okayama through Web Design and Development: Leveraging Website to Expand Services Nationwide

Web Design

Our client, who has gained a considerable share in Okayama (ranking first in search results for both Okayama and Kurashiki), has developed a strategy on how to utilize their website to expand services nationwide.

Mini Blog: Writing with Coffee

AEDI, Web Design

I decided to casually jot down some thoughts about work and created a new mini blog site.

Changing the Property Values of the Decoding and Loading Properties Applied to WordPress Images

Web Design

Exploring the meaning of WordPress's automatic addition of decoding='async' and loading='lazy' to images, and considering changing them to decoding='auto' and loading='eager'.

AEDI Online Shop beta – Issues with WooCommerce

AEDI, Web Design

We have transitioned our website's online shop, AEDI Online Shop, from the alpha phase to the beta phase.

AEDI Online Shop Alpha Version

AEDI, Web Design

We are excited to announce the launch of AEDI's online shop, now in its alpha version.

Excluding/Removing Specific Tags in WordPress

Web Design

Excluding specific tags from the tag list with the_tag seemed challenging. However, I figured out a way using get_the_tags, and I wanted to share it with you.

How to Display Custom Post Type as a Dropdown Field in Contact Form 7

Web Design

When using WordPress custom post types for website development, there are instances where you might want to dynamically display a list of custom post type titles within Contact Form 7 forms, such as contact forms, order forms, or other types of forms, allowing users to make selections. In this guide, we will achieve this without using additional plugins. We'll demonstrate how to display a list of custom post type titles in a dropdown format using the SELECT (select box) element within Contact Form 7.

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