CFC Web Design FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by
Country Fried Creative- Atlanta, Peachtree City Web Design

How long does it take to complete a website? The average time to create a website with us is on average around 1-4 months, sometimes more and sometimes less. It really just depends on the exact project- depending on what you need, and how fast we are given content, it can go much slower or faster.

Social Media FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by
Country Fried Creative- Atlanta, Peachtree City Web Design

What social media outlets matter? It depends on what kind of business you are, but more often that not Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest are the ones we like to focus on because you get the most “bang for your buck” and SEO influence from them. How do I link my social media accounts? Click

SEO FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

How can I make my website number 1 in search results? There are so many factors that go into making your website #1- that there is no magic “secret” to getting at the top of Google. Depending on what type of business you may have- it can be harder or easier to get the top,

Browsers FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

Why can’t I view a website on a particular browser?The reason that you may not be able to view a website correctly through a particular browser is that every browser interprets your website code differently. Also, as coding languages improve and change over the years, browsers have to change to keep up. Many users make the

E-Commerce FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

E-Commerce What is e-commerce? E-Commerce is the exchange of commercial products or services that is done on the internet. What is an e-catalog? An E-Catalog is a way to display produts, descriptions, photos, and prices in an easy to navigate, organized fashion on the internet. Most E-Commerce sites with a large amount of products will have

E-mail FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

Email What is the difference between POP and IMAP? With POP accounts, when an e-mail is read, a copy is created locally on your computer and the original message is deleted from the original server. They are tied to a specific computer and aren’t able to be viewed anywhere else. Most of the popular e-mail

Drupal FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

What is Drupal? Drupal is a content management system that is free and open source. It’s written in PHP and while it’s not quite as popular as WordPress for the average user- it’s used as a back-end CMS for many important corporate websites including Whitehouse.gov. What is a node? A node is a content type-

WordPress FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

What is WordPress? WordPress is probably the most prevalent open source blogging and website content management system (CMS) out there. Basically, it creates a user-friendly “back-end” of the website for you, making it much simpler to update posts, add photos, and make website content changes. We use WordPress for our clients because we feel it is

Website Set-up FAQ

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 by

Hosting What is a hosting account? Web hosting is an internet service that makes your site accessible through the World Wide Web.  A web host provides space on a server that is used to house websites for clients.  What is a VPS? A VPS is a Virtual Private Server. This is a virtual machine that

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