Migrate your Law website to WordPress
Top legal experts trust WordHerd to handle their website migrations. We understand the latest trends and best practices in website design for law firms and can help improve your online presence and attract more clients with a modern, mobile-friendly website.
Top Website Migrations for Law
Juarez: Wix to WordPress Migration
We revamped Juarez Legal’s website by migrating it from Wix to WordPress and adding support for multiple languages, including Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
Eberle Legal: Squarespace to WordPress Migration
Implemented a new WordPress website and migrated all previous content from Squarespace to WordPress, while ensuring an exact replica of the original design.
Gordon Partners: MODX to WordPress Migration
Migrated 2,000 pages, posts, attorneys and verdicts from MODX to WordPress. The website also supports multiple location-based services and bilingual content.
Gravity Forms is a powerful WordPress plugin that allows you to create custom forms for various purposes. One interesting application is to gather information about logged-in users without presenting the fields directly to them. This method is handy when you need to collect specific data discreetly, such as additional profile information or user preferences. In…
WordPress provides a wide range of features that can help create a professional, user-friendly, and SEO-optimized website for a law firm. In this article you will learn more about the top features that are required for a successful law firm website. These features include pre-made templates and themes for a polished design, easy navigation, an…
Designing and building a website so that everyone can access and use it easily is key if you want to ensure success. This means you should take certain restrictions that people with auditory, visual, cognitive, and motor disabilities have, into account. What Is Website Accessibility? Websites that are accessible have certain protocols in place to…
Website Migration Success Stories
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