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Artist Website – Portfolio with Galleries

This is a demonstration of a website for an artist, Agnes Jorgensen developed by Katie Ayres of 1 Happy Place, LLC.  Website demonstrated in video: https://jorgensenart.com/  This website includes a extensive home page with: Hero graphic of a selected painting... Read More


Web Pages – What are they?

This is a web page. It contains the article titled Web Pages which you are reading right now. Web pages are similar to pages in a book, at least conceptually. They both hold stories and articles for you to read. But that... Read More


One Page Website for an Artist

This video demonstrates a one page website for an artist, Tracey Lee Cassin. You can see how a one-page website can go a long way. This extensive one-page website contains: Masthead with name, phone number, social media graphics and a... Read More


Artist Website with a Portfolio and Commission Page

This is a demonstration of a website for an artist, Elliot Appel, developed by Katie Ayres of 1 Happy Place, LLC. This website includes a extensive home page with: Hero graphic of a selected painting Artist statement Slideshow of selected... Read More


Special Event Landing Page

Have you ever needed to promote a single important event on your website? Watch a demonstration of a special event landing page that is highlighted in the weeks before the event. SchipHill Art Studio is home to a very talented... Read More


What is an SSL Certificate?

What is an SSL Certificate? Or is a TSL Certificate? or maybe a Security Certificate?  Learn what these are and why Google Chrome and other browsers are indicating your website connection is not secure.  Let’s Encrypt (letsencrypt.org) to the rescue!... Read More


Why do graphics slow down websites?

Find out how you can improve your website’s load time by speeding up your image loading. You will learn how to see the weight of a page as well as what is slowing it down. It is then followed by... Read More


The Importance of Lightweight Pages

One day, you innocently click on a link to a website that turns out to be slow or broken. Time slows down. Your smartphone is troubled and overwhelmed…you grow impatient and your finger gets twitchy over the back button. A... Read More


Many Screens – One Design

A website can be viewed on all types and sizes of screen. Responsive websites will protect the readability and usability of the website’s content when it is shown on different devices. The content flows like a fluid, filling the screen,... Read More