Monthly Archives: April 2017

Wild Apricot Drops Support for Older Themes

Support Dropped for 6 Wild Apricot Themes. Wild Apricot has announced that it is dropping support for 6 of its older website themes. So, if you are using one of the Wild Apricot themes listed below, let us know if you can use a hand and / or are in the market for a new improved look and […] read more.

Web Design Yes, but trust must also be well designed

When it comes to developing relationships, whether with clients or members, there are 4 fundamental rules to follow. Read Emily Beaver’s article and unearth the details: Strategy #1: Give customers a consistent experience > A branded Wild Apricot Theme can help Strategy #2: Create an emotional connection > Tell them why your organization is passionate about its mission […] read more.

How Speed Affects Your Website

Have you ever thought about how long your customers are ready to wait for the page to load before they leave? Approximately 47% of online customers expect a page to load in 2 seconds or less, while 64% of mobile users expect pages to load in less than 4 seconds. If your website takes longer than a few […] read more.

Spartanman Plumbing Custom WordPress Design & Development

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Just dropping a little before and after candy for the new, fully responsive and mobile friendly, Spartanman Plumbing’s Custom WordPress Design & Development. Site – Spartanman Plumbing               The Challenge – Expand on the client’s leadership in geographic service area, and go beyond the basics in displaying proficiencies. We also had to […] read more.

Google Offers Safe Browsing Site Status

Google calls it the Transparency Report, and it presents users the opportunity to checkout a website’s security before actually engaging the website. Google says that their “Safe Browsing technology examines billions of URLs per day looking for unsafe websites.” And as a result “[they] discover thousands of new unsafe sites, many of which are legitimate websites that have been […] read more.