Ryan Clark

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7 Crucial Steps to Planning Your Website's Content

Ryan Clark

When working with our clients on their website, it's common for them to struggle when it comes to the content. Deciding what information to provide, how to effectively communicate it, and then creating it all can be daunting. However, it's the content that determines the success of your website, from search engine ranking and revenue to customer satisfaction.

If content is so important, why does it seem to be an afterthought for businesses? Usually it's because it can be difficult to know where to start.

To help with this, we've put together the following guide:

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Topics: Development

Deciding Between a Mobile Website and a Custom Application for Your Business

Ryan Clark

In a world where more and more individuals are spending the majority of their online time using mobile devices instead of traditional computers, it's important that you have a mobile strategy that allows your business to look great and get its message across, no matter what device a prospective customer is using.

The first element of any good mobile strategy is determining whether you should rely on mobile websites, or use custom applications in addition to your mobile website. Different businesses need different things from their mobile strategy, so it's important that you take the time to consider what your business really needs before making this important decision.

What's the difference between a mobile website and a custom app?

A mobile website is much like any other website. It is created using HTML code, and is accessed using a browser. The difference is that a mobile website uses responsive design to ensure that the website is still easy to read and navigate, even when taking the smaller screen size of a mobile device into consideration.

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Topics: Development, Mobile

Trick to set styles on a specific page in Web Forms & SharePoint

Ryan Clark

When working with ASP.NET sites, you typically have a master
page that contains all the common page elements on your site. Your header,
footer, sidebar, and navigation are nice and consistent. Everything is going
fine, and then someone decides that your company’s contact page should not have
the sidebar. How do you handle this?

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