The Erikson Institute provides teachers of young children with a series of central, coherent, and developmentally appropriate concepts that can be incorporated into any curriculum. These concepts are fundamental to a young child’s understanding of mathematics.

They came to SFNdesign with a partially working (which means partially broken) search filtering system and a decent amount of ‘poor’ code. Non-members were seeing members only content then seeing 404 pages when they tried to view it, it wasn’t pretty.

SFNdesign leveraged FacetWP to provide search filtering and cleaned up search results showing for non-logged in users that should have been restricted to paying users of the site.

We also cleaned up Posts2Posts relationships and taxonomies to get the archive pages working properly.

It was ‘pretty’ code when we finished.

Posted by Curtis McHale

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *