The short story is: "Add a media file to a WordPress post in a category and make that available through iTunes." Here's what you'll see in the iTunes application to submit your podcast when you're ready.
The screen shot above is not from a web page. You have to navigate to it by first opening iTunes and then navigating to the store, which is where Apple wants everyone to be. Read More »
Use Cases help us create the website that you need. They tell a story about how a website, or any system for that matter, is used by the various players who are going to interact with it. They make su...Read More »
A client should always make sure that they own the domain name registration to protect their interests. With a backup, everything else can be replicated if something goes wrong in the relationship with your developer. In order to have a working website, you have to register your unique domain name, you have to point the name to an IP address (identified by a string of numbers) and you have store content (everything in your website) at that IP address. These different services are sometimes handled by the same provider but often by different ones. Read More »
After thinking about the information architecture of your site, we use wireframes to begin to define elements within a web page and the types of user interaction we will provide. We are not thinking a...Read More »
We use Basecamp with easy to use tools for communicating and planning projects. It allows us to send messages, create and post documents, upload files, post due dates and assign to-dos. We apply an Ag...Read More »
Our Agile approach uses Iterative, Incremental Development to enable continuous customer feedback loops. This produces efficient planning of features in successive iterations, where each new iteration...Read More »
Some of our customers use Paypal to collect from their customers. Paypal has a lot of information on their web site and it can get confusing, so here is a little help.
Setting up your Paypal Accou...Read More »