It is with a great degree of sadness that I am writing what will be my last Web, Tech & Worship to be published for […]
TechSoup Canada? Never heard of it? The truth is that until 4 years ago I had never heard of them either. But then I was […]
In today’s blog we’ll discuss formatting text in HTML. If you want to repeatedly format large amounts of text, then you should use CSS (a […]
The use of space on a web page is needed to properly balance the elements on the page. Too little space and the page will […]
Your first question might be what is ransomware? And its a good question, because ransomware is the latest of malicious practices appearing on the internet. […]
As I’d mentioned in the last post, we’re going to take a more WordPress and website-specific approach over the next little while. A website, WordPress […]
There really isn’t a test…but there really is a reward! I thought this would be a good time to recap the 12 posts that have […]
Commenting in not on your web page can make life easier when you need to remember how you made something look or work in the past.
Geomapping is the process of taking information with a location component and creating a map from that information. At first blush you may say, “Why […]
Once you have recorded an audio file or downloaded a clip, audio editing is the next step before publishing the recording on your website.
Now that we’ve covered pictures and words, it’s time to think a bit more about sounds (aka audio clips). Sounds can be the perfect punctuation […]
Before we leave the topic of graphics, I wanted to add a few more image sources to your technology toolbelts. It is an unfortunate truth […]
This week we will build on last week’s pixabay.com experience and add the right words to give images even more impact for site visitors. The […]
Where can you find interesting and engaging graphics that you can legally reuse on your website?
Now for some fun stuff! In this post I’ll show you how to add an Alert Box to your website by adding a little bit […]
WordPress is the platform of choice for PCCWeb and for 25% of the internet, but what is it exactly and how can I better use it for my church?
Checklist done, “Yes!” Ok, now what?
That sound’s a bit optimistic doesn’t it? If you’ve been a Minister or church worker for long enough, you’ll know that statement is …a…very…tall…order. […]
With a little help and guidance, technology can be transformed from a mystery to a tool for effective outreach…and you can have some fun along the way!