We use ajax for our modules to allow us to update pages without the need to completely reload them. This is especially useful when we need to have pages for the different content types. For example when we display YouTube… Continue reading
For July I’ve used the theme of ‘travel’ to suggest blog posts and articles which are inclusive to your readers. Summer holidays and the weather at home are two of the… Continue reading
Today I went to Wallacewell Community Fellowship to train volunteers in using the their website. Like many churches they have a website and now they want to do more. Often we provide this type of support by… Continue reading
Mobile – a major shift are you ready?
Websites are a great way of reaching out to existing and new church members. They can explain why you are a Christian and what the Christian life means to… Continue reading
Highlighting important dates in the calendar and creating engaging articles around these dates, is a great way to keep your website lively and exciting. By planning ahead and putting… Continue reading
iPad, iPhone, Android and every other type of mobile device are changing the face of the Internet. Is your church ready? Are you able to take things to the mobile level?
Once again the statistics are out and… Continue reading
Churches need a website
There are lots of Christians. In fact there are more Christians attend church every week than people that are members of political parties in the UK. Christianity is the backbone of society in the… Continue reading
If you are using Internet Explorer – any version then you are at risk of being hacked by a security flaw in the browser. It’s such a serious vulnerability that the US Department of Homeland Security has advised people… Continue reading
Facebook is rolling out another change to it’s look and feel. It’s disappointing they didn’t ask me first, however it reminds me once again why Facebook is NOT the place to put your Church website or any Christian organisation’s… Continue reading