When it comes to web accessibility, we take it seriously but also realize compliance is a moving target that we are constantly aiming for.
Many years ago, a website’s administrator could control how their website’s title and description would display in Google organic search results using the meta title and meta description fields. <title>Web Developers, Designers & Consultants | VickeryHill</title> <meta name=”description” content=”A group of web developers and consultants based out of the Mad River Valley focused on helping businesses utilize and understand the web.” /> … Read More
REBUILDING A VERMONT GENERAL STORE LANDMARK (ON THE WEB) The Warren Store is one of those places that you just have to go to and can’t forget when you leave. Part general store, part deli, part wine shop and craft beer mecca…the Warren Store is many things to many people. Locals crave the ‘Number Six’ sandwich (think Thanksgiving dinner on a homemade baguette). Screenshot … Read More
Self-built Bandwagon? Last March (2013), while listening to Kai Ryssdal on Marketplace, I heard a phrase coined that, should the government mess get worse, might stick. SequesterLand. I pulled over, hopped on Hover.com and bought it: sequesterland.com. That night, I spent 2 hours setting up a simple WordPress website on one of our Rackspace servers, setup a simple image-centric theme … Read More
By Steve Butcher Back in 2009, we got a call from a second-home owner in the Mad River Valley who needed help on the web. He had started a company called Script Labs to market products for women related to his gynecological practice in Manhattan. The Script Labs products included prenatal vitamins for pregnancy and women trying to become pregnant, … Read More