Free Website Tips
In years past companies could send a one-way message to “DRINK COKE.” A typical consumer might respond, “Oh, well, you are the only one available in the machine...and that polar bear is pretty cute, okay.”
Today, we have far more options and therefore can be more selective than ever. We don’t just want a product, we look for a story, status, and a relationship. We want to know our coffee will help farmers in Ethiopia, that carrying an iPad will make others think we’re cool, and that Jones soda might print our photo on their bottle of coke.
Hi. This is Joshua Stewardson of Covenant Web Design. And I want to explain today how to create a Facebook ad and what is so powerful about these ads as opposed to other forms of online advertising.
This is Joshua Stewardson from Covenant Web Design. We're going to talk today about how to resize pictures and crop them down to the size we want. We use Drupal for our sites so clients can automatically upload their pictures and they get resized to fit in a box like this. They don't have to worry about it.
Last week one of our clients started marketing a Drupal-driven, web dashboard application we've been secretly building for nine months. To help their sales person impress clients, I used Camtasia for the Mac (I love that it is so much cheaper than the Windows version - go figure!) and did a video overview of the system. Then I exported it to the HTML page Camtasia builds since I just needed something quick and dirty.
Even with the vast number of sites out there using Drupal, the issue of how to migrate code from a development environment to a staging environment and then on the the production environment is a largely untouched and unexplained problem space. However, I finally found the reason why everything is left so unexplained. It is because, like most command line things, once you know the right commands it is really simple. This post is going to discuss two tools that will eliminate all of the problems you might run into: Drush and Ægir.