CSS gets a lot of attention these days…in the web design arena. And, rightly so. CSS makes it easier to maintain or update a site. CSS is efficient and effective. Efficient in that it with one small change inside CSS, I can change all my headings on the site to a different size or a […]
Welcome to Jessica this week! Jessica has completed a variety of projects for Onward! Studios. This week, she joins us by sharing her expertise and experience with Joomla. This is the fifth posting in the series “Can I Update My Own Website?” If you missed the previous postings, check them out: Part 1: Intro
This is the fourth posting in the series “Can I Update My Own Website?” If you missed the previous postings, check them out: Part 1: Intro Part 2: WordPress Part 3: CushyCMS In this posting, we are going to look at another option— Contribute. As we’ve seen with some of the other options, there are
This is the third posting in the series “Can I Update My Own Website?” If you missed the previous two postings, check them out: Part 1 Part 2 In this posting, we are going to look at another option— CushyCMS. This option is an online option. It is available at cushycms.com. Your web designer will
Last week I mentioned several available options that allows one to update their own website. Click here if you have not read that posting. That will give you the background for this posting. In this posting, I will discuss one of those options. WordPress. WordPress is being used more and more. Not only has
As a creator of websites, I hear this a lot: “Can I update my own website?” The answer is “You Can!,” but your web designer needs to know that you want to be able to do that, so the ‘hooks’ needed for you to be able to update your site are in place. Or,
I was asked recently how to use CSS to format links on a web page. This is a very basic introductory tutorial. There are many additional features one can use to spice up your buttons, but this will get you started. In this brief tutorial, I define how I want my links to appear via
For a long time, the use of Absolute and Relative positioning has confused me..and it still does sometimes, but I think I am understanding it more and more. In this video, Kevin Powell explains how Absolute positioning works with Relative positioning when it comes to placing elements on the page.