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What is SSL/HTTPS and how does it affect my website?

 

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At the time of your website’s creation, you may recall BR contacting you about the necessity of securing your website using SSL. While we have tried our hardest not to pester you about important matters such as SSL, we do feel an obligation to ensure you are educated on the matter. This blog...  Read More >>

Why we quit creating User Manuals for our websites

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Back in the olden days of our company (holy smokes - we're almost 5 years old, guess I should really get around to updating this website!), every customer who ordered a website from us also received a user manual to help them out. We still would offer the free training and phone calls and all...  Read More >>

Programmatically adding Addresses in Drupal

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Recently I was asked to transfer a client's web portal from their own homespun CMS to Drupal. I was handed huge .CSV files full of addresses they wanted to retain. Here's how I did it quickly......  Read More >>

Making Senior-Friendly Websites

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Since the internet is a fairly new beast, it's only natural that the vast majority of it is aimed at the under 40 crowd. Most web-based companies are run by youngsters, people who have not lived more than half their lives without the internet. It's natural to them....  Read More >>

Modifying Menus in Drupal 7

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Modifying the menus of your website can be quite complicated. Sometimes it's even hard to tell where the menus are on your website. What I mean by this is that there are place on your site where a real, editable menu is place and other places where it's just hardcoded list items that look like...  Read More >>
Why we quit creating User Manuals for our websites
Programmatically adding Addresses in Drupal
Making Senior-Friendly Websites
Modifying Menus in Drupal 7
Kettering Presentation
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