In previous postings we have talked about the importance of choosing the right hosting company for your website. It is not enough to select the right company; you must also focus on choosing the hosting plan that will best suit your needs. You may find this task overwhelming because hosting companies generally offer a laundry list of options. Take a deep breath and fear not, because these options all boil down to one simple choice: shared or dedicated hosting.
Top Ten Things You Should Know About Your Website....and how you can gain that knowledge
You probably have heard a lot about the Drupal content management system (CMS) lately with the White House website launching on Drupal, it winning the Best Open Source PHP CMS two years in a row, and its easy-to-learn site administrator user experience. But, what usually goes hand-in-hand with articles about Drupal’s greatness is the mention of the steepness of the Drupal developer’s learning curve.
No. I just needed a good title to lure you in so I can share my snow rant with as many people as possible. What the heck? Where is all this white stuffing coming from? Last week I was of the mind "wouldn't it be great to get a couple of feet of snow." Now I am just hoping my house doesn't get buried and I can get out sometime by late August - which is about the time my kids summer break will start.
The best websites leverage many tools to create an engaging, interactive experience for users. For the typical association, this means integrating your association management system, your press tools, your advocacy tools, and other core management systems with your website.
You also need to think about using a variety of website tools like e-commerce tools, content management systems, calendaring tools, mapping tools, and more to offer a feature-rich site.
So many tools! And, often different vendors provide and support them.