Written by Robert Vining | 31 January 2010
If you're using the Joomla! Content Management System, you have several template choices when creating a new website or facing a website redesign. The Joomla CMS ships with 3 default templates, but most business websites won't find these very useful unless you want to look like hundreds of thousands of other sites already on the web.
With the Joomla! CMS nearing 15 Million downloads in the past 4 years, that's a lot of similar looking sites for those that still use the default template.
So you want your site to look different? You basically have 2 choices.
Written by Robert Vining | 18 December 2009
Here's a quick rundown of the top 10 things you should think about when having your first website built or a redesign of your current website.
This is not 1996, and 3 blinking images and your contact information does not make a good website. You or someone in your organization that will maintain the website needs to sit down with the people in charge of the company/organization and a pencil and paper and hash out a few things.
Written by Robert Vining | 17 November 2009
It was literally devastating.
I quickly went into recovery mode, and worked to get my business back in order, or at least get myself back to an operational state. Customers were notified, schedules were rearranged, and along the way, I took in 2 additional jobs I didn't have the week before.
Written by Robert Vining | 21 October 2009
In addition, Google Webmaster Tools along with an XML sitemap can get your website indexed properly on Google, as well as help you find problems with your site you didn't even know you had.
Written by Robert Vining | 15 April 2008
One of the keys to success on the web is creating a website design that customers remember. It's the same principal as building a successful yellow page ad, or choosing the right colors for your business. You need something that sets your business apart from the others while still maintaining a certain level of comfort when viewing your website. You want to be remembered - but not for the wrong reasons.
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