Monthly Archives: April 2012

Websites are built and used for a variety of purposes.  Content Management Systems function to accommodate this variety, which makes building and maintaining a website more uniform.  That being said, some Content Management Systems are better suited for certain types … Continue reading

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Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools are two very powerful packages. They give you the ability to see how well your website is handling it’s visitors. With these tools, you can view how many visitors your site is attracting, what pages … Continue reading

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So you already have a website, and it’s receiving traffic and boosting sales for your business.  The going is good, but a light bulb turned on in your mind for a really great marketing campaign and you want a way … Continue reading

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No hosting account should go without cPanel.  With cPanel, a variety of administrative tasks are easily taken care of–from creating and maintaining e-mail accounts to keeping track of site analytics.  All of our hosting clients have cPanel account access, and … Continue reading

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Your website is the front door to your business on the internet.  Most of the attention inevitably goes to the layout, design, and functionality of the site–which is a good thing.  The integration of the web into our lives has … Continue reading

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The current global web architecture is incredibly complex.  There are a ton of devices of varying shapes, sizes, operating platforms, and connection speeds.  The app market for mobile devices is flooded with all sorts of applications.  Many of these are … Continue reading

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What else can you say other than, “HTML5 Rocks!“?  The capabilities are far and wide, and the web development community is just now scratching the surface.  There are few new elements that are definitely blog inspired.  You can add <article> … Continue reading

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The benchmark of explosive development–whether it’s medicine, engineering, finance, or computer applications–is a high level of abstraction.  What is abstraction, exactly?  In this instance, it’s building more-complex and more-efficient products from smaller components without worrying about why those smaller components … Continue reading

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Rich, dynamic content is the cornerstone of any webpage.  There is an immense range of possibilities for creating a well-presented, interactive site that keeps your visitors engaged, while you present the content you want them to see.  The topic of … Continue reading

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On March 2nd of last year, Steve Jobs emceed the unveiling of Apple’s iPad 2, and introduced the high-impact snippet of rhetoric, “post-PC”.  Given the onslaught of mobile computing devices over the last couple of years, the idea of there … Continue reading

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