IMPORTANT: Always register your domain name using YOUR contact & billing information. This way, you are always the owner of the site - regardless of where it is hosted! (Further Reading: How to maintain control of your website)

Register or manage your domain name using one of the following popular services:




Note: Typically, SSL Certificates are ordered through your hosting company.  You will also need your WHOIS information to be publicly visible so that the certificate can be verified upon issuance.  Once the SSL certificate is installed and running, you can re-activate your domain's WHOIS privacy, if applicable. 

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    Looking to find the owner of a domain name?  Look it up in the public "whois" database.
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    Use to look at web sites archived from years ago!
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    For subscribing to various news sources and combining to read in a single site.  I use this daily!








Q: How long does it take to make a web site?
A: Our projects typically range from 4-6 weeks.

Q: When can you get started?
A: Typically, we run at a "2 weeks until we can start on new work" pace.  Contact us for a status update.

Q: What about updates?
A: We are available to update our client's Web sites on an as-needed basis, billed hourly.  We can also implement Content Management Systems which would allow you to make updates to your site's content, photos, etc.

Q: Can my current site remain as-is while we build the new one?
A: Yes!  We build new sites on our development server, which we will provide a link to your site during the project so that you can see the actual site as it is built.

Q:  My site is already hosted with ________.  Can you work on my site?
A: Yes!  All we need is the login and password to your hosting account.

Q: I already have a Graphic Designer / Copy Writer / Photographer lined up...  Can you work with him/her?
A: Yes!  We frequently work hand-in-hand with Advertising Agencies, Marketing Consultants, PR Firms, Publishers, and the like.

Don't Make Me Think - by Steve Krug
A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability


This is Arial Font

This is Courier New Font

This is Georgia Font

This is Tahoma Font

This is Times New Roman Font

This is Trebuchet Font

This is Verdana Font

There are also options for loading a custom font on your site. You don't want to embed your text in images, because the search engines cannot read it. The alternative is to use a little bit of javascript, we can inject the custom font onto your site dynamically.

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  • Remote Port: 49762
  • Request Method: GET
  • Server Protocol: HTTP/1.1
  • Server Host:
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  • From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.
  • Next to "Details", click the down arrow to choose which elements of the history to clear; to clear your entire cache, select all items.