Heal Your Church WebSite

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

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 26, 2002
by meandean
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Thou Shalt Not Steal …

Credit for the title of this article goes to Moses, who penned these Words of God in Deuteronomy 5:19. What I just did in the above paragraph was give attribution to the author, something that appearently isn’t being done on … Continue reading

May 23, 2002
by meandean
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‘Rael’ Bloggers Requested

Of course the good peole at the O’Reilly Network are putting together a book on “Essential Blogging.” You can even be part of the public review process. But best of all, you can share you can submit to Rael Dornfest, … Continue reading

May 22, 2002
by meandean
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Optimal Image Sizes

One of the big problems I see with so many church websites are bloated graphics. Let me make this point very clear. Reducing the height and width attributes of the <IMG> tag does not, I repeat DOES NOT, physically reduce … Continue reading

May 20, 2002
by meandean
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GNU utilities for Win32

Okay, I’ll admit it. This links is really for me, but some of you who are running Windows on your personal computers, and hosting your websites on Linux or some *nix variant, might find the Native Win32 ports of some … Continue reading

May 11, 2002
by meandean
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Search me, O God

and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts … Psalm 139:23 Okay, a bit over the top, but it sorta describes how we feel sometimes when we come to a site with alot of information, and have … Continue reading

May 10, 2002
by meandean
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Does Dean have a New Slogan?

I was minding my own business when someone I know pointed me to Joshua Claybourn’s Home Page, which had a link to my site and a wonderful quote that describes THIS site as a place “where a computer geek collides … Continue reading