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Your OneEach site uses some of the most advanced web technology available – when describing it, one finds a veritable cornucopia of techno-alphabet soup: Javascript, CSS, JQuery, PHP, and of course, Drupal.Content Management and the Web Long ago when the rocks were cooling, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, when we connected to the web with dial-up modems, and AOL was all the rage, web pages were difficult to create and manage. Web pages are text files that have what's called a 'markup language...
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
The premiere -- and really only -- universally acknowledged metric for your website’s performance is Google Analytics. The reason for this is that the Google search engine is far and away the most used and relied upon search engine for the internet, worldwide. Even in countries that suppress the free-flow of information, such as China, it is still the most widely used search engine. This short blog post will provide summary explanations of how to interpret the data from Google Analytics. It...
Monday, June 17, 2019
Managing a website can be a daunting task, and one of the trickiest elements is images – what they are, how to place them, and how to make sure they look good on all devices. This blog post will explain a little bit about what images are and how to make them show up correctly on any device. Based on the idea that you have a basic knowledge of your OneEach website, including creating, editing, and adding images to pages.  If you aren't quite familiar with those steps, before proceeding with this...
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Ah, web browsers. Those mysterious and quirky programs that provide us a window on the internet, that connect us with our online life. For the people who live and breathe bits and bytes, they are a well-understood, commonplace technology. But for others, they are just a means to an end, a tool for work, and their differences can be confounding.   This short article will explain what web browsers OneEach sites supports, describe some of their differences, and offer a little history of these...
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Google Ad Grants is Google's donation program targeted toward and benefiting, non-profits. It gives free advertising to certain 501(c)(3) organizations. Currently, qualifying organizations can receive up to $10,000 per month in in-kind (free) advertising within Google Ads' search engine.  First, a refresher on Google Ads: it was formally called Google AdWords, and is a pay-per-click advertising platform. It uses a bidding system, where advertisers bid to have their ads shown to relevant...
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Search Engine Terms Search Engine Optimization is the process of making a site more discoverable online, such that specific search terms submitted to a search engine result in the website being near the top of the search results. It’s basically the technique of making your site, and the pages in it, more discoverable to people who are searching for things that you offer. Here are some basic SEO terms and recommendations: Titles — Your page titles should be relatively short, but very...
Thursday, January 10, 2019
As we enter into the Holiday Season, #GivingTuesday is quickly approaching and will be taking place on November 29th, 2016. We are thrilled to announce that our custom mobile apps for nonprofits will make giving donations on #GivingTuesday simpler, more secure, and more efficient than ever before. Apple Pay is now being integrated into our mobile apps, which means donors can give with a simple thumbprint verification. The movement’s mission is to “celebrate generosity by providing people...
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Apple Pay Now Supports Instant Donations to Nonprofits "Apple Pay is making it easier and more secure to donate to your favorite nonprofit organizations with just a touch. Apple Pay support for charitable donations kicks off today with nonprofits ranging from global organizations such as UNICEF to startups like charity: water, and more nonprofits will offer Apple Pay over the coming months so their supporters can make easy, secure and private payments." Check out the full article directly from...
Tuesday, November 15, 2016

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