By Paul Steinbrueck Jul 28, 2014 Comments Off
A website must be up-to-date to be effective. That can be a big challenge for a lot of organizations, especially during the summer.
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February is Website Design Month at OCC, so we thought we’d showcase some of websites we’ve designed recently. This week 2 school sites, an NE1 Website and a Custom CMS Website.
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A content management system (CMS) is an affordable, easy-to-use system that helps churches do a better job of managing their websites. Here are 9 advantages to using a CMS over static HTML web pages.
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