Sometimes a site launch doesn’t mean a full website redesign, but just a migration to a different host for one reason or another. A site migration can also be an opportunity to review your website and improve its usability, speed, and accessibility.
Most of the time, as a website owner, you won’t need to even think about PHP. But sometimes, web hosts don’t keep your PHP version up to date. PHP versions eventually become obsolete. By staying on an older version, you may be leaving your site unprotected.
Are you a small organization on a budget, or maybe a one-man or one-woman show? Afraid you can’t afford a custom-built website solution? Here are website options for organizations on a budget.
In this part of the series, we’ll review some essential tools for non-profits to use on their websites, as well as some associated tools to help your organization manage its contacts and donations.
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer for where to build and host your organization’s website. The decision should ultimately be based on your organization’s goals for your website, your budget, and the resources you have for maintaining your site. Here are the major options and the pros and cons of each.
Optimizing images for the web is a great way to gain site speed and make your site faster for your visitors, and more lightweight for your hosting plan.
You’re ready for a website! But it’s so overwhelming – so much to organize. Where to start? Check out our FREE website planning worksheet.
How can you choose a good web hosting company for your WordPress website? Here are some tips.