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Platforms are Foundational: Tips on Choosing a Digital Agency Part 2

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WordPress? Sitefinity? Big Commerce? These are all Content Management Systems and if you’re doing research ...

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Can I Get a Secure Website for Free?

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Internet Security Research has secure, free and painless SSL certificates with Let’s Encrypt. Learn more about getting yours.

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Is open source software like WordPress and Magento really free?

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Well the real answer is it’s complicated and changes over time as the software industry matures; first let’s look at history a bit.

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Instructions for Creating a Feather (MVC) widget

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These instructions are for a Feather (MVC) widget, but you’d retrieve the same value if you were using a regular Sitefinity widget. Skip to the code

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Do you want fries with that? Tips on choosing your digital agency (Part 1)

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Finding an agency to work with to manage your online presence is far from a trivial pursuit.  There are many things

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I Can't Afford Ecommerce!

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I can't tell you how many times I've heard small business owners who want to sell online utter that proclamation (usually accompanied by a smattering of $%#!

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New Website Launches

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At Infront Webworks our motto is websites, marketing, and cloud strategies that work. Well, businesses in the community have started to take notice because two significant and well-known companies, Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado, and ISSAC, have turned to us to develop their websites, and they are both launching this week!

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Advantages of E-Commerce Sitewide SSL Certificates

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Security is one of the top concerns for people shopping online today. People pay bills, handle their banking, and do the majority of their shopping online.

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What Language Should My Website Be In?

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Some companies have clients all over the world who speak many different languages. What language should the company’s website be in? Today, Google has published their recommendations for international website in their webmaster central blog.

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Infront New Client Launch: Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade

For this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Denver, CO the directors of the event decdided to redisign the website for the event, and give the public a more user-friendly experience while finding information about it.

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Blue Palm and Amazon - A Tale Of Discovery & Technical Success

Ok, we're a tech company, so we're not talking about strangely colored trees on the world's longest river, but we are talking about something that is just as interesting to our client and to our web development team. This story tells of our approach to solving the problem of importing Amazon's products into the SiteWorks ecommerce database to save time and money in creating a great website.

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Does Your Website Suck?

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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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Five Reasons Why We Use Ruby on Rails

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When we have initial discussions with potential website clients, one thing we always talk about is our Content Management System (CMS), called SiteWorks. SiteWorks is a CMS we built ourselves using an open source web development framework called Ruby on Rails (often shortened to "RoR"). People who aren't familiar with web development ususally say something like "Ruby what?" with a chuckle, because it sounds like a cross between candy and an amusement park ride. People who are already familiar with web development will also ask about it, but the question they ask is "Why Ruby on Rails?"

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SiteWorks: A Great Alternative to WordPress

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In the course of educating prospective clients on what makes a successful website (see my blog post on "The Big Three" in website design), I'm often asked (and sometimes ordered) to use WordPress for the website's content management system (CMS).

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Computing on Cloud 9

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Cloud computing is one of the least understood, but most widely used services on the internet today. The cloud is used by people both at work, at home, in their cars, and anywhere else an internet connected smartphone is used.

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