Church Web Design
Oftentimes, it’s the worry about the complexity of websites that prevents church administrators from even trying to create a website the first place. Despite leaps forward in usability and ease-of-use that have been introduced in the past ten years, many people (especially those that were around before these changes became commonplace) remember the pages of hypertext markup language (HTML) code and proprietary programs from a simpler time in web development. HTML is still the language of the web; all websites remain comprised of HTML (and some other facets). However, what is much simpler in this day and age is creating websites without writing any HTML at all, even for a small church without an IT budget.
Many churches experience the same problem when it comes to keeping their pre-teen or teenage members involved in church activities once they begin to grow out their parents’ influence and start making decisions for themselves. It’s easy to keep young children engaged in church. Songs, and the communal nature of worship are a easy for… Read More »
In the past few years, designing a website has become more and more simple and has moved within the grasp of a layman with no web-design experience. However, many of the content management systems (such as Joomla, Drupal, or WordPress), while easy to use, are not WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get), and… Read More »
Truepath, your Christian web host, launched a new website on Thursday June 27, 2014. The new website improves the look and feel as well as introduces new features that we are excited about. In particular, we have introduced ImpressPages, a web design tool, that is easy to use. We encourage our customers who are using… Read More »