Heal Your Church WebSite


Teaching, rebuking, correcting & training in righteous web design.

May 31, 2002
by meandean
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DynAPI

One of the fun thing about SourceForge is all the cool stuff you can find accidentally. Today’s glowing example is DynAPI a Cross-Browser Dynamic HTML Library. Basically, us use this API when yo want to create some DHTML that will … Continue reading

May 31, 2002
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Out of Context

Perusing my referrer logs … for those of you who don’t know, most web sites hosted by ‘real‘ web hosts provide logging of visitors. Most of the time these logs include domain names and ip addresses indicating where & how … Continue reading

May 31, 2002
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Restoration Notes

Understand this. If you do not have a contingency plan, then you are already planning to fail. You can quote me on that. One of the other sites affected by my former host’s failure was Homesteading Today. A site full … Continue reading

May 30, 2002
by meandean
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Putty

One of the free tools I find priceless in helping me backup and restore my sites is a little Telnet/SSH terminal emulator program known as PuTTY: a free Win32 telnet/ssh client. Written and maintained by Simon Tatham, this tool allows … Continue reading

May 30, 2002
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NYC Bloggers

NYC bloggers has NOTHING to do with church website development … other than it’s fresh … and it’s clever. The idea is simple. The site offers a map of the city that shows where the bloggers are, organized by subway … Continue reading

May 27, 2002
by meandean
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Eyes on the Site

What would you pay to have someone check your website ever hour to see if it’s up and running? How much more would you pay for weekly summaries? $10 a month. $100 a week? I don’t pay a thing, because … Continue reading