Heal Your Church WebSite

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

August 23, 2007
by meandean
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5 to ways permanently redirect an old church domain name to a new domain name

It is no sin for a church to change their domain name. However, it is an unspeakable Internet offense if you do not provide visitors – and search engines – with a quick, simple and painless redirect from the old domain to the new. Unfortunately not all church webmasters know even 1 way to avoid said sin, let alone 5; that is until now: Continue reading

August 11, 2007
by meandean
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How to stop a run-away cron job

Earlier this morning, I got a panicky email from a friend whose hosting provider made a boo-boo, launching a CRON job to perform an automated backup every minute instead of once a day. OOPS! While sorta funny, the situation was potentially sorta serious. Here’s the advice I suggested to ‘bash’ the run-away job(s) dead as a doornail Continue reading

August 10, 2007
by meandean
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Volunteerism and the Robert E. Peary Class of 1977 Reunion

Why does web volunteerism fail? Take for example Peary High Class of 1977 reunion website, who in turning down the free services of a paid and published alumni, failed to implement a strong and effective web presence. The same is suffered by many church and charity websites, here’s why … Continue reading