Websites for Business

What kind of Website?

Websites by JDB Technology Solutions

Web site design defines the look and feel of a web site. A web site should be a reflection of your business and business practices. At JDB Technology Solutions, LLC we create web sites from the simple to the sublime.

  • Static sites do not change often. These are best suited for informational and "how to find us" type of sites. These are the least expensive to develop. Static does not mean dull or boring, however. With some creative uses of Cascading Style Sheets, Dynamic HTML, and Javascripting static sites are able to "pop".
  • Content management sites put you in the drivers seat. We use a variety of open source software to create our content management sites. Once the basic site is designed and approved, you control what is shown on the site. Update your site as little or frequently as you need.
  • Active sites require the most intensive programming efforts - from shopping carts to calendars. These site often include large "administration" back ends and database connections. Best suited to on-line sales, subscriptions, and information collection.

 

Blogs

Got opinions? Are you an expert? Blogs are a great way to get your message out and they can help get your website found too. A blog can be a stand alone website or incorporated as a part of a larger site. Creating a blog can be a great wasy to establish yourself as an expert in your field. You can integrate blogs with social media, too.

 

Featured Site

DocDawn addiction medicine
DocDawn is an addiction specialist and missionary doctor. Read about her incredible journey in her book: Mission Possible. She also writes regular columns about addiction, recovery and health.

This site features a custom front end with a WordPress blog attached.

Did You Know...

Adobe Flash

Should you use Adobe Flash (formerly MacroMedia Flsh) on your website? How about building the entire site in Flash? Flash addds a lot of cool animations aand interactions to a web page. Be aware, however, that not all people have flash enabled. Ther are was to code a webapge so that if flash doesn't work, the viewer still gets web information. Sadly, not many flash heavy sites are so adept at coding. Additionally, search engines cannot index a pure flash site. Try turning off flash in your browser and see what those pages look like (or don't as the case may be).