May 27, 2005

Heal Your Church Website

Heal Your Church Website should be required reading for all church webweavers. It gets a little technical at times, but it provides excellent advice on both design and content. Posts there have been infrequent of late, but the archives are well worth browsing. You'll also find some helpful tools, like the (free!) Email Obfuscator, which allows you to post 'email me' links on your site without exposing you to the full onslaught of spam such things usually bring.

May 27, 2005 in Church Websites | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Trinity Episcopal Church Glossary

OK, time to get serious about this page, where I'll be posting about resources (most of them free) that you and your congregation might find helpful.

This glossary of church terms from the website of Trinity parish in North Scituate, Rhode Island, makes a great link from a parish website. It's amazingly complete for a volunteer enterprise ... I'm impressed!

May 27, 2005 in Church Websites, New to Church | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack

February 17, 2005

new page: tech tips

As I was writing a letter to a friend who's thinking of building his first website, I found myself thinking that what I was saying may be useful to a broader circle of people. I've started a new page of tech tips, and its first entry is my advice for beginners (and parishes or other organizations that need beginners to be able to help keep their site up-to-date) who want to build a site that's useful, attractive, and easy to maintain. Enjojy!

February 17, 2005 in Church Websites | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack