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This is for a live Wordpress site. I have a custom post listing page with sorting options so users can sort posts by rating, number of reviews, or view the posts without filtering. I need to change the sorting order of the posts to be alphabetical by title, instead of most recent.
I've tinkered with it a bit already but can't seem to nail it down ...
Looking for a talented and creative motion graphics artist for a series of short television ads using kinetic typography. Ads will likely be 15 to 30 seconds long, and will not be graphically intense, just focused on clean, legible type that is arranged and moves in such a way as to engage the viewer's attention.