Thanks to COVID-19, everything has suddenly and unexpectedly changed, causing disruption to our daily lives. One of the biggest changes is the shift to remote work, lovingly referred to as WFH for “work from home.” If this is your first … Read more
WordPress is amazing! It’s the world’s most popular and intuitive content management system, powering more than ⅓ of the internet. I could talk for hours — and have — about the amazing plugins, themes, features, coding structure, and backend editor … Read more
We’ve learned a thing or two about good and bad hosting over the last few years, and while we stand by our insistence on access to tools like git and ssh, our list of good and not-so-good hosts has changed.
School Board race won with the help of a DemCampaignSite Jackie Goldberg knew she had to do something. She couldn’t just sit back and watch for-profit charter schools take over her beloved public school district — the district she’d helped … Read more
Have you heard the Google Translate news? Avez-vous déjà entendu? Has oído las noticias? Haben Sie schon die Neuigkeit gehört? האם שמעת את החדשות The much-loved and heavily-used Google Translate’s Website Translator plugin is being sunset by Google. This powerful … Read more
Here’s a simple trick for refreshing your supporter engagement campaigns: Try an eCard campaign. Much like a classic postcard delivered to your mailbox, eCards are a thoughtful, quick way to deliver a personalized message to friends and family. How do … Read more
Regardless of whether you’re the type of person who likes working with groups or whether you prefer to work on your own, involving stakeholders in your website redesign project can feel like a very daunting puzzle. First, there’s the question … Read more