1. Keeping your Nonprofit Website Functional in 2016

    JD Tinney

    As a developer I care that your nonprofit’s website stays functional after you are given access to the site. I want you to be able to update content and make changes, but also keep your website safe while you do it. Keeping your site safe and fast is an easy process, it just takes a little time. There are some...

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  2. WordPress Security 101

    Thad Bloom

    WordPress is an extremely popular content management system for non-profit websites. Because of it’s popularity, hackers and bots often target WordPress. Here are a few simple rules to protect your website. 1) Choose a secure password and NEVER send an email that contains your password to anyone – even Imagebox! I can’t stress how important this is. Often, I find...

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  3. 3 Easy Ways to Repurpose Blog Content For Social Media

    Chad Warren

    Do you ever feel like you don’t have time to blog and also participate on social? We understand that posting to all of your social media accounts can be time consuming. Social media however, remains one of the top ways to generate buzz for your brand online. The key to making social media easier is to repurpose old content in...

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  4. Services   •   Tips and Tricks   •   Video

    The Best Headphones for Video Editing

    Zach Simons

    If you are planning on creating videos for your business, a small investment in good headphones can make a big difference. At Imagebox, we offer lots of professional services, including video production. I love working on these projects for clients, but sometimes the budget, or client’s needs just don’t justify having us produce the videos. That’s totally okay! We love...

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  5. Calendars, Directories & Databases in WordPress

    Thad Bloom

    Since June of 2010, WordPress has enabled theme developers to create custom post types. Custom post types can be used in a variety of situations. Whether you need a directory of businesses or a database of artists, custom post types can extend the functionality of your WordPress website in an infinite number of ways. Why you might need a custom...

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  6. Design   •   Industry

    Why Your Website Doesn’t Look the Same in Every Browser

    Thad Bloom

    You’ve just received a development link from us, which shows you the progress of your new website. You open it up in Internet Explorer 8 and immediately notice that many elements do not have the beloved rounded corners from the initial design mockup — the ones that you loved so dearly! Upon seeing this atrocity, you might tilt your head back and...

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  7. For your WordPress

    JD Tinney

    WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. It is the one of the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence. Many sites these days are running on WordPress. You may have worked on a site using this platform, but does that mean you know your WordPress. Your custom-built...

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  8. First Impressions Count – Elements of a Great Website

    Alex Rebele

    It is said people buy from those they “know, like and trust.” Your website is no different. It must be eye-catching and also feel familiar. Let’s break down the key components of what makes a solid website design. Simplicity The homepage needs to act as an initial pitch – quick and to the point. It should consist of small digestible...

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