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How To Zip A File

The easiest way to resolve many issues related to sending large files is to zip a file using a file compression software package. Most operating systems include a zipping utility with the operating system.
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Search Engine Optimization Basics

Making your website attractive to search engines is a fundamental factor for online success. There are many things YOU can do to make your website more search engine friendly, so we've designed Siteworks so that it provides many of the tools you need to optimize your website. If you'd like some help optimizing your website, give us a call.
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How To Take A Screenshot of your desktop or browser

A screenshot is a valuable tool for helping troubleshoot technical issues. Below are instructions on how to create an image of your screen that you can email to our support team.
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How To Use FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a method for moving files in bulk across the internet. It is more reliable and much faster than email. FTP involves using software you install on your PC (the client) to connect to an FTP server where you upload and store the files. The stored files can then be used by a website, or they can be downloaded by another FTP user.
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Tips for Editing Images

One of the greatest challenges in managing website content is preparing images and photos for web delivery. To help you create images that are optimized for your website, we've put together a collection of image editing resources. Note - these resources are offered as a convenience for our clients. They are provided by third party web services and vendors and as such, we cannot provide support or answer questions about these resources.
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Clearing Your Browser Cache

Your web browser caches (stores) images and Flash and other page elements to make the page load faster. Many times, when a change is made to your website, the change may not appear when you refresh the page. This is because the web browser is showing you an old, cached version of the web page. To solve this problem, you need to clear your browser's cache and refresh the page. Follow the links below to clear your browser's cache.
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Deleting Email From The Email Server

It's preferable to have your email program delete messages off of the server, because if you leave too many messages on the server your inbox will get too large and will cause performance problems with your email account. We STRONGLY recommend deleting messages off of the server. Below are instructions for setting your email software to delete messages off of the server after downloading them.
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How to Set up your Blackberry for Email

This article has instructions for setting up your Blackberry device for sending and receiving email through your Infront Webworks email account.
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How to Setup Email For iOS Devices: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

This article has instructions for setting up your iOS device for sending and receiving email through your Infront Webworks email account. This includes iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
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How to Setup Email For a Mac

This article has instructions for setting up your MacOSX computer or laptop for sending and receiving email through your Infront Webworks email account.
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Email Setup For Windows Setup

This article has instructions for setting up your Windows PC or laptop for sending and receiving email through your Infront Webworks email account.
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Email Problems

This article has simple troubleshooting techniques for sending and receiving email.
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Infront Webworks is Moving!

infront-webworks-new-office-thumbnail We are happy to announce that we are moving office locations! We've been searching high and low across Colorado Springs and found a great spot on the North East side of town on Academy Blvd. You may be familiar with the location: we'll be on the second floor of the north building in the Emerald Plaza office complex, right across the street from the Target near Montebello/Academy, and right next door to the "Texas T-Bone Steakhouse."
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Is This Blog Post Helpful?

qualaroo-thumbnail I've been writing blog posts on and off since 2009, and it's been a fascinating experience. I've watched as I've seen how blogging is an acquired skill; one I've become better at over the past year or so. I've learned how to pick better blog post titles than when I first started, and I've learned how to chop complicated ideas into (I hope) fairly concise posts that summarize an issue or concept quickly and in a simple manner. And I've watched as the traffic on the websites I blog on have jumped with organic search traffic because of it.
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Does Your Website Suck?

doessuck Earlier this week, I gave a talk at a Business Growth Summit that I titled "Beyond SEO: What to do with Your Website Visitors." It was a really fun event and I had more people attend my session than I expected, which was great. I shared a lot of information during the presentation, and had a videographer record the entire talk, but that won't be ready for a few days. So in the meantime, I wanted to post here a checklist that I shared with the audience at the talk: a checklist to help you make sure your website doesn't suck.
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Predictions from Steve Jobs About The Web

steve-jobs-thumbnail I recently watched a video called "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview," which has some never-before-seen footage of an interview with Steve Jobs from 1995. I must say, I have watched dozens, or maybe hundreds of hours of Steve Jobs' talks, keynote presentations, interviews, and more, and I think this one stands out among many as what may be the most valuable. It's interesting for a few reasons. For one, it was recorded after he had left Apple, when he was the CEO of NeXT Computer and Pixar. It's also interesting because of the predictions he makes way back in 1995 that were absolutely right on the money, particularly regarding the Internet.
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The Melody Fusion Story: Designing a Logo

melody-fusion-logo-thumbnail This is part two in a series of three blog posts called "The Melody Fusion Story." We are excited to announce that we have finally launched the Melody Fusion website! It's an online band promotion website where musicians can create a free account to spread the word about their music, increase their following, and connect with other musicians.
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15 Questions with Amanda Obringer

amanda-obringer-thumbnail Amanda Obringer is our Senior Web Designer and has worked at Infront Webworks for over three years. Today we decided to ask her a few questions about the web design field and her approach to design in general.
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St. Patrick's Day Parade Traffic Spike

server-traffic-spike Is your business seasonal at all? Sometimes we build websites for businesses whose websites see seasonal spikes in traffic, and it's always important to make sure that we're prepared for those sudden traffic increases.
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Come See Ron Speak At Revenue North!

revenue-north-thumb Ron Stauffer, our Marketing Director, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Revenue North Business Growth Summit at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on April 18th.
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