Heal Your Church WebSite

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

April 21, 2010
by meandean
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Debating using WordPress 3.0 as your CMS? Here’s 20 ‘Brand Name’ reasons to say Yes!

With the release of WordPress 3.0 right around the corner, I thought I might offer some perspective to those arguing against said tool as a professional content management platform.

I figured the quickest way to do this is simply to point out 20 large companies building their brand by means of WordPress: Continue reading

April 7, 2010
by meandean
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WordPress 3.0 and your church website

Back in 2004, I wrote about using a blog as an inexpensive content management system for your church and/or charity. Seeing how we measure technology in dog years, that article might as well have been written 42 Years ago.

Meaning, blogging systems such as MoveableType, ExpressionEngine, Blogger and WordPress have all matured from snot-nosed little kids into mature adults.

No better proof of that is the upcoming May 1 release of WordPress 3.0. Continue reading

August 11, 2008
by meandean
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Sky News war reports from Georgia makes case for editorial control

Sky News is reporting that Russia is doing to the entire state of Georgia what Sherman did to the city of Atlanta – in doing so making the case for engaging in editorial controls for online content as this horrible conflict is actually taking place in Eurasian country formerly the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic now simply known as Georgia; and not the U.S. State immediately north of Florida.
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March 20, 2008
by meandean

10 ways WordPress 2.5 will help you manage your church blog

Though still under development, the upcoming release of WordPress 2.5 is already receiving some very positive reviews. One in particular I’d like to share with you from a church-blogging perspective is entitled ’10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 2.5′ by Aaron Brazell at TechSailor; who asserts that “this is a huge release.” Here are 10 reasons why I agree. Continue reading