DIY: Creating Your Own Website

I recognize that hiring me to build your website for you is not always feasible. That's ok. When I was first starting out, I didn't have a lot of money to blow away on getting a website up. Therefore, I thought I'd put together a checklist for you of what you need to consider if […] Keep Reading

404 Page: Do You Have One?

Is that what you're asking? A 404 page, according to Wikipedia is described as The 404 or Not Found error message is a HTTP standard response code indicating that the client was able to communicate with the server, but the server could not find what was requested. Alrighty then. Now in layman's terms (aka how […] Keep Reading

Keyboard Shortcut

I often get the frustrated emails from clients asking me to fix it. I usually just pop in to the HTML area and insert a br code after the line and clean up the p tags and send them on their way. And then I discovered this little short cut. - I think that you'll […] Keep Reading

Site Maintenance

What does that mean to you? Does it mean that you add posts / pages of content? Many of my clients think so. But that’s not the answer. Think about your car. If you were to do maintenance on your car, that means that you periodically have to take your car in for service – […] Keep Reading

The Client Whisperer

Are you a devil client? Or have you had one? Every once in awhile you get the client from hell (or perhaps you’ve been one). You know the ones: can you make the "T" in that sentence bigger? Can you change the colour pink to one shade lighter? Can you move the image to the […] Keep Reading

Are you SEOing your blog?

I don’t know about you, but lately it seems that I’ve been getting tonnes of spam mail from concerned individuals that my site is not search engine optimized. Well, perhaps it’s not. And that’s ok. {Shocking eh!} SEO (search engine optimization) has been the buzz-word for internet marketers, and if your website wasn’t SEO then […] Keep Reading

Are Your Feet Moving Backwards?

In April 2010, I attended an event called the Equine Expo, in Columbus, Ohio. At this event, there are many different clinicians and trainers from all over North America offering guidance and advice that have helped them succeed. One clinician in particular, Richard Winters, said something that really struck me. He said, “If your feet […] Keep Reading