Thursday, February 25, 2010
We have offered online shopping carts (eCommerce) for several years. If you have something to sell, we can do a simple shopping cart with PayPal or a complex one with PHP database programming which adds the functionality of doing your own credit cards. Database programming offers you the choice of editing your products yourself, or letting us enter your products for you. Call us today 918-835-1009!
Ambitious Adventures is now doing Joomla! websites! We create the template with graphics, you control the content. It's great for all of you out there who want to have control over your own website! T.here is a great deal of functionality out there and it is just waiting for you to call us 918-835-1009
Introducing the only iPhone app that lets you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and manage comments on your blog from your iPhone or iPod touch. With support for both WordPress.comand self-hosted WordPress (2.7 or higher), users of all experience levels can get going in seconds.
Thursday, March 27, 2008
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2037244,00.asp It's another home run from the folks at Six Apart. First, husband and wife team Ben and Mena Trott gave us Moveable Type, a blog publisher that businesses and hard-core Net freaks can run from their own Web servers. Then came TypePad, a hosted publisher that bloggers can run from a browser. And now they've unveiled Vox, a hosted blogging site for people who, well, wouldn't ordinarily be bloggers. Vox makes it wonderfully easy to post a (very good-looking) blog, and it gives you complete control over who can read it and who can't.Traditionally, blogs are meant to be read by the world at large. But not everyone wants their personal lives scattered to the four winds. Vox is for those more interested in sharing their thoughts—not to mention photos, videos, and songs—with friends and family. And with Six Apart pulling the strings, you know it's a clever service. In fact, it's more clever even than TypePad. Vox started out as an update to TypePad, but then it morphed into something for a very different kind of audience.