Today we are officially releasing a new version of our Sitebuilder Dashboard!
Previously the dashboard would be a place to find simple stats for your website and log in to the Sitebuilder editor.
I often hear comments from clients about how hard it was to know what is needed when it comes to launching a website before they came to us. There is such inconsistency and when it comes to choosing a web design Service and all that comes with it.
With this information I hope to outline the costs other agencies might charge you and how Jon Web Design can help you avoid all unnecessary hidden costs saving you time and money.
Jon explains why its becoming necessary to have an SSL Certificate and HTTPS enabled on your website.
Any Existing client on our newer plans have now been Automatically Enabled with SSL and HTTPS.
Learn the 3 critical thinking mistakes most business make when it comes to their website. Jon answers these questions and more in this interview with Australia’s leading business coach Dr Ben Carvosso. 🚀
In an effort to always keep your websites up to date and secure, all of our cPanel and Cloud hosting servers will be updated to PHP 5.6 as a minimum on 31st Oct 2017 as support and security updates for 5.3, 5.4 and 5.5 are not available. This does not affect any of our Sitebuilder Users.
php.net has stated that Users of these releases should upgrade as soon as possible, as they may be exposed to unpatched security vulnerabilities.
What is php? Read here.
So you have thought up of your perfect domain name, it's not too long and it's available, but you also notice other versions of your domain name are available. Do you really need to buy some of these as well?
July was a super exciting month for Jon Web Design, We have launched our new website for 2017, launched our new logo and updated our Sitebuilder subscription plans to be as simple as can be!
Jon Web Design has always taken supporting its customers very seriously, we love to help out with any problems or questions you might have when it comes to your website and hosting!
So to further improve our support service we have introduced a new Email Ticket System and Knowledge Base to add on top of our existing phone and remote support service.
This service is a free inclusion with all existing and new Sitebuilder Subscriptions, if you have a question email firstname.lastname@example.org to leave us a ticket.
We will either answer your ticket directly or provide you a link to a section in our knowledge base that answers your question. If you ask something new that will help others we will add a support article to the knowledge base so everyone can learn!
We now offer public uptime reports for all of our Sitebuilder websites, we are always looking to improve our service and this new feature has been added for all Sitebuilder Sites for FREE, click on each website in the list to see detailed statistics.
View your Sitebuilder websites status at any time by visting status.jonwebdesign.com.au
What does ‘responsive’ mean?
Responsive design automatically adjusts website content based on screen size or device, so that users can easily navigate content, click buttons and find the information they are looking for.
Responsive websites work the same across all devices, from a PC/Mac to a laptop to an iPad to an iPhone.
In short, it offers the best possible user experience, from a 4-inch phone screen to a huge desktop monitor.
With more and more traffic coming from mobile devices, Web sites need to accommodate them.
That is the goal behind responsive Web site design.