PayPal is one of the most popular payment gateways on the Internet and to meet the need for greater e-commerce security they now require that merchants install an SSL Certificate on their websites. Once the code is installed your domain name will change from “http//www…….” to “https//www…….” Most hosting companies will sell you the SSL. Some hosting companies will also do the code installation at a small fee and sometimes for free. To avoid any loss of service you must verify with PayPal by 6-30-16 that your site is ready with the necessary SSL Certificate installed and configured. Read more…
Now that Google has determined that websites will be penalized in search results if they are not mobile friendly, every smart business is rushing re-do their website to meet these requirement.
In the process, many aspects of website design have changed.
Once such often suggested change is to eliminate rotating banner images in favor of just one banner image/photo. The current trend to a single image is fueled by the need for mobile sites to load as quickly as possible. But, you can have the best of both worlds. With a little coding a site can be programmed to have multiple Rotating Images on the desktop view and be limited to a single static image on the mobile view.
Basically this questions could be reworded as: “What are the tasks needed to effectively bring a new website from concept to completion?”
As it turns out theses steps are numerous and take time and collaboration between client and the development team which generally consists of a graphic designer, an SEO specialist, a programmer and ideally a content developer/verbiage editor. In some cases one individual will wear several hats and perform more than one of these tasks offering you a lower price. But in our experience we’ve found that most people are stronger in one skill than another and a team approach gets the best results.