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DIY Website Changes: 5 Things to Know Before You Proceed
Imagine this all-too-familiar scenario: It’s the end of a very long, very busy day. The kind in which you barely had time to pee, let alone have much of a lunch. You’ve had a task on your list for over a week now, a low-priority task, but now you want to get it done before your boss asks why it’s not. You need to add something to your company website and it’s not a straight-forward change, it’s a little more complex.
What to Do Before You Add e-Commerce to Your Website

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit the US, and shops closed their doors, it forced many business owners to re-evaluate their business model. Knowing they would be closed for months had small companies scrambling for creative solutions to keep sales afloat. For some, this meant online orders and curbside pickup. For others, it meant overhauling their website and making it work in new ways for their sales.

9 Questions Asked of a Website Professional
In this post I highlight the owner of Precision Pages, Matt Ostrowski, and ask him questions about the evolution of the digital world, what people should know about professional website services, and why he prefers a telecaster guitar over others while playing in his band.
5 Reasons to Flush Flash from your Small Business Website Design

It's time to say goodbye to Flash for the vast majority of business websites. Specifically, Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash). For the few uninitiated out there, you don't have to be a programmer to recognize Flash. As the name suggests, it is used to do "flashy" things. It adds animation and interactivity to web pages. Ever mouse over a button on a high tech website and hear a sound effect? Usually a voomp or a tink tink tink. Sometimes, in the distant past, Flash was used to power entire websites. Typically these start with "loading……………………".

Why Drupal is the Best Choice for an Intuit ProAdvisor Website

Given the number of great open source choices, it's a good idea to use a content management system for your Intuit ProAdvisor website. But which content management system? And why?

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