Posts Tagged ‘Websites’

Should I Build a Separate Website for Mobile/Smart phones?

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Smart PhonesShould I build a separate site for mobile/smart phones, or can I use my existing site?

The answer to this question depends on a website’s content, it’s audience and it’s goals.  For many static (or “brochure”) sites, a single Dynamic Responsive and/or “fluid” website may be the answer.

A Dynamic Responsive and/or “Fluid” website is a single website which utilizes CSS to target the display to the specific size(s) of the most common devices/sized being…

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HTML 5 and CSS 3: Is it Time?

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Websites and HTML 5With the explosion of smart phones and tablets, I’ve been doing a lot more reading about the new HTML 5 and CSS 3 technologies and their current browser compatibility/usage statistics for both desktops and mobile devices.

If you pay attention to website tech babble, you have no doubt heard or seen the term “HTML 5″ quite a bit.  If you aren’t one for wandering in the tech world, but you do have a website, then…

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Website Design: SAFE

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Website Design - Just Be SafeWhiplash Design & Print recently took over website maintenance and development for the SAFE (Safety Awareness Firearms Education) website of Andrew Wooten.

We have been doing business with Andrew for some time and when his former web maintenance person informed him he would no longer be available to work on the site, Andrew turned to Whiplash DPS.

Luckily for us, the site was in pretty good shape and only needed a little cleaning up.

Some…

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Website Design: Country Boy Fence Co.

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Whiplash Design and Print recently completed a new web site for County Boy Fence Co.

Country Boy Fence wanted a custom brochure/info site built with future development in mind.  This site entailed customized site styles and customized graphic elements throughout.

This site is search engine optimized and has elements in place for future content development.

To view the site, or learn more about Country Boy Fence, just visit their site.

 

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