North Georgia Web Design firm, Frogtown Web Design, launches ASQ Section Website for ASQ Atlanta ATLANTA, GEORGIA – November 30, 2013 – Frogtown’s North Georgia Web Design is excited to announce the re-launch of ASQAtlanta.org, a WordPress website. The redesigned website integrates with Constant Contact’s Event Management to allow section members to register and pay […]
Last month there was a worldwide, highly-distributed attack against WordPress websites. The attacks were a brute force attack of WordPress admin pages where they tried thousands of passwords. While none of Frogtown’s North Georgia Web Design sites were compromised, the volume of login attempts caused some our sites to run slowly. While this type of attack […]
Need to crop, resize, flip, rotate or add special effects to an image? http://www.picresize.com is a free web-based tool that allows you to upload and edit your images. The tool comes in very handy when you need a specific image size to use on your website.
I’m sure you’ve noticed that Facebook automatically includes a picture, title and description when you include a website URL in your status update. Facebook gets that information from your website’s metadata. If you’re using WordPress, you can control the meta description on individual pages using a plugin like Yoast’s WordPress SEO. Once you’ve updated your […]
Our partners at ConstantContact put together their top 5 predictions in social media for 2013. Is social media on your list of business resolutions for 2013? ### Last year was a whirlwind year for social media, both for the networks themselves and the small businesses and organizations relying on them to reach their audiences. While […]
Several clients have called asking about an invoice they received from DNS Services. The letter it looks like an invoice and includes your domain name and other familiar information, but it’s completely bogus. If you read the fine print it’s a solicitation to spend money on services you already have through Frogtown. Just throw it […]
Fonts are a great way to emphasis the feeling or attitude of your marketing material. Whether it’s a logo, business card, flyer, invitation, etc, a font can really set the mood. There are several sources for free fonts, but here are my two favorites. Enjoy! http://www.dafont.com http://www.1001fonts.com
Writing website content can be a tough balancing act. We want to write keyword rich content to attract search engine crawlers, but how do you do that without losing your reader’s interest? Michelle Wicmandy wrote a great article for Website Magazine with techniques to satisfy both audiences.
Outlook users, if you find yourself entering the same things into email messages, you should take a look at the Quick Parts feature, which saves snippets of both text and images for easy reuse. Open up a new email and create the “Quick Part” that you want to save for later re-use, then find Quick […]
Using images on a website is not only a great way to portray mood and emotion, but it also can break up text and make it easier to read. Most of us are not professional photographers and I don’t think I’ve ever used one of my own pictures. Fortunately for the rest of us, there […]