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Updating Your Website for Summer

We hope your summer days are spent poolside, not in front of your computer. But, make a few updates to your website can help keep your information current and relevant when school or your ministry programs start again in the fall. We’ve compiled a few tips to help you make the most of this slower […]

New to Responsive? Let’s Understand More.

Responsive was a buzz word. Now it’s a term that’s often heard, but not always understood. One of the simplest and perhaps best descriptions I’ve read is straight from Wikipedia: “Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation […]

The Tool Box: Expand/Collapse Tool

The Expand-Collapse tool is a very simple tool, but can be useful for specific applications on your website. This tool allows you to create accordion-style text, where your users click on a “+” to read more about a specific topic. It’s ideal for text-heavy pages where your users may be looking for very specific information. […]

Prepare Your Website for Easter

In December, we shared some tips for updating your website for Christmas. It’s just as important to make sure that your website is ready for Easter. Hopefully, you will have many new visitors walk in your door and lots of excitement as your church family gathers together to celebrate the wonder of Jesus’ resurrection. Your […]

The Circle of Content & Engagement

You create and post content, you promote and communicate, and your users visit. But do they just visit once? What draws them back to visit your site again? If you create content just once, or only now and then, it’s more of a straight line effort. You did all the work to get the content […]