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How Fast and Conveniently Do You Want Your Website Up?

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Web Design, website content, wordpress for websites | 0 comments

How Fast and Conveniently Do You Want Your Website Up?

Whether you are just starting out online, looking to promote a new book, product or service, finding the right tools is crucial. If you don’t have a website yet, or aren’t happy with who/where you are using now, it’s always time-consuming to research, find and setup new web hosting, website URL, and site. A few things to consider: How fast do you need the site installed, setup and live with content ready for your many visitors? Do you want to have a WordPress site, so it’s easy to update, add features to, and something you can update most content on yourself? How many...

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Video Embedding: Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook. Oh My!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2016 in website content | 0 comments

Video Embedding: Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook. Oh My!

I have used Youtube and Vimeo mainly for embedding video on websites, but have used all 3 for uploading video to share with the internet. This is not to say there are others out there, as I write this post that are better, etc. With that in mind, I am not condemning other video uploading services if they are not mentioned below. ** End disclaimer ** Here is my take on uploading videos for your website/clients’ websites and your business promotions/events. In my experience, Vimeo offers the most quality, has a professional looking ‘player’ and is quite easy for even the...

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1-page website, almost

Posted by on Dec 31, 2016 in website content, wordpress for websites | 0 comments

1-page website, almost

I’m sure you have all been to a website like the title implies… The page loads in your browser, and you notice the scrollbar on the right getting smaller and smaller… and smaller. What does this mean, you may ask yourself at first.  But then as you are moving down the page, and down some more, you start to have an appreciation for what Alice must have felt like, falling down the rabbit hole. For those of you web designers out there that want to pack as much into the page as you can, here are some simple tips that I have found/used in my developing. Depending on the size and...

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