Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category


Install and Manage goMobi with FatCow

July 15th, 2015

These days desktop computers have big, beautiful high resolution displays. This allows for equally big, beautiful websites with high quality images and even things like full-screen slideshows and background videos. It’s a web designer’s dream. Now picture using a high resolution website on a smartphone-sized display. The text is unbearably tiny, buttons are impossible to […]

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How to Manage Your Site Expresso with FatCow

May 15th, 2015

How to Manage Your Site Expresso with FatCow You can build and maintain your website on FatCow in many ways. If you’re new to making websites and want to get up and running, Site Expresso is one option. It guides you through the setup process. And the good news is that you can create up […]

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Will Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’ hurt my small business? What should I do NOW?

April 29th, 2015

Are you ready, friends? Mobilegeddon is upon us. Don’t worry, your new smartphone hasn’t finally become sentient (that we know of), but there are big changes ahead. Before you reach for your tinfoil hat, there are a few things you should know. Google tweaked its search algorithm on Tuesday. From now on, sites that aren’t […]

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Managing All Kinds of Users with FatCow

April 22nd, 2015

The term “user” comes up a lot on the web, referring to customers, visitors, software purchasers and other people on the “client-side” of server-client interactions. This article looks at a few different types of users you may encounter in operating your FatCow account, and how to keep them happy. How to Set Up a New […]

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CGI Scripting on FatCow’s Platform

March 19th, 2015

CGI Scripting on FatCow’s Platform There are two kinds of FatCow customers: the geeks and everyone else. We love you all, but this one is for the geeks. Developers who need to build custom functionality into their website have a lot of options with FatCow. Our Knowledgebase covers those options in great detail, but this […]

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How To Make Your New Blog a Success

January 12th, 2015

  We offer an awesome WordPress hosting package, but we know not everyone was born a blogger. There are some easy things you can do to make your blog successful. And there are some great ways to interact with other bloggers. Here are a few: Consistency The most important thing about a successful blog is consistency. […]

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Website building with WordPress and Weebly

December 31st, 2014

  Websites are easier than ever to build. But some people need more complex websites than others. That’s why FatCow offers both WordPress and Weebly integration. There are many factors to consider when you’re deciding how to build a website. What is its purpose? Who is the audience? Do you have help or will you maintain and update […]

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FatCow’s Free Resources

December 11th, 2014

Buying website hosting is daunting if you have never done it before. But if you have a website, particularly if you are setting the site up yourself, you will need to buy hosting. It is not an optional extra. Luckily there is FatCow. FatCow does things differently than other website hosting companies. For a start, […]

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How to Build a Site with Weebly

September 9th, 2014

You may understand the gist of WordPress. But it admittedly crosses the nerd line for some folks. After all, it’s a full-fledged content management system, which means databases, plugins and even some coding. Weebly is a great alternative when you don’t need a ton of bells and whistles. This doesn’t mean Weebly isn’t powerful. This […]

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The Future of Websites

July 22nd, 2014

Striking a balance between visually engaging content and customer-focused context is crucial for the future of any website. Responsive web design is key to this balancing act. It adapts to the type of device and the screen size on which it is viewed. This means that your content automatically reorganizes to optimize for a specific […]

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