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New slider and shop page

By leontine - 25th August 2015

The website Take-A-Smoke (http://www.takeasmoke.com ) has a new shop page with a new slider. The old one had issues and just wasn’t all that great. This website is...

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The cost of making a website, view price list on Lionsites Web Design

Cost of a Building a Website Price List

By leontine - 14th August 2015

Finally, a web design company that posts their web design costs on their own website and why not? It’s not a secret and I prefer to be open...

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Elegant Themes Blog Comment on small business owners as clients

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By leontine - 14th August 2015

I have just posted a new comment on a blog that I follow for WordPress web designers. It’s a great blog so if you are in the web...

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SEO must-do’s for every (new) website

By leontine - 9th July 2015

Below I have two sections on SEO, the kind of SEO work you do just once with some additional tweaking regularly as follow-up maintenance, and the kind of SEO work you must do on a very regular basis. If you are into saving money and you have the time, you can easily do this work yourself as well. ONE-TIME SEO WORK There is an excellent WordPress SEO plugin (plugin=module) by Yoast that is free and that should be installed on your WordPress website: Easily optimize your...

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Sarasota Beach Weddings Website

By leontine - 2nd July 2015

After lots of hard work we finally launched the new website for Florida SunWeddings. It took a lot of collaboration from the client to get their website just the way they liked. Now I hope it will do very well for them. Visit the following pages, if you like to take a look: A beautiful wedding photo album of recent beach weddings planned by Florida Sun Weddings A large variety of beach wedding packages for planning the perfect destination wedding How...

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29 PayPal Alternatives – The Complete List

By leontine - 20th June 2015

Why do you use PayPal? It might be because you signed up to pay a seller on eBay, or because you run an online store that uses PayPal to take payments, something that is now possible offline. The fact is, PayPal is an immense presence that many people around the world rely on. However, there is evidence that the crown is beginning to slip. More and more PayPal alternatives are appearing, giving consumers a new way to pay, one that...

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Alternatives to Paypal

By leontine - 20th June 2015

If you’re involved with an online business, here are twelve alternatives to PayPal that you should definitely investigate. 1. Google Wallet Google Wallet was once Google’s Checkout. And while the name has changed, the features have remained intact. It’s safe, simple and has rapid transfers to and from your bank account. It also has similar features to PayPal, such as credit card processing and the ability to send out invoices. 2. WePay Besides featuring stellar customer service and fraud protection, WePay is a...

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Web.com’s Far Outdated Code Still Being Used!

By leontine - 5th June 2015

A person called me this morning, her name is Tammie, complaining that their website isn’t ranking in Google at all. So I ask this person my usual set of questions, such as what is your website all about, when was it created, who created it?  etc. So after I asked these and some other questions of Tammie,  she told me she had started a new business back in November 2014 for a retail patio furniture store, located in Sarasota, FL. She proceeded...

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Roofing Company Website Design

By leontine - 28th May 2015

After several weeks of hard work I finally finished designing a new website for a Venice FL Roof Repair & Inspection company. The owner, Paul Cowan has been in business for over 35 years and has been installing many, many roofs. Now his focus is more on doing roof repairs such as roof leaks or roof damage by Florida storms and other causes. he also offers a unique 21-point roof inspection program to prevent small problems from turning into big and...

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How to Test Your Website for Mobile Friendliness

By leontine - 20th May 2015

How to Test Your WordPress Website for Responsive Design Posted on May 19 by Tom Ewer Responsive web design was first introduced to us by Ethan Marcotte in a 2010 post published on A List Apart entitled (as you might expect) Responsive Web Design. In the very same year – in fact, just a few weeks earlier – the iPad became the first of the current wave of mobile tablet devices to be released to the public, changing the way we surf the web and...

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