Walk this year’s Lenten journey inspired by the Society of the Sacred Heart’s international JPIC calls by joining us each Saturday through an online reflection group.
Mapping out a nonprofit use-case for Backdrop CMS.
When you redesign a site, chances are that your structure may change and your URLs may change. If you don't plan ahead, you could throw away a lot of the search engine optimization you may have already achieved. When a search engine comes back to index your site again after a redesign, it will find that many (or all) of the old URLs no longer function and it will drop them and then reindex your new pages as new pages instead of as new versions of existing pages (which already have some ranking).
Tip #5: Making your site accessible will make your SEO job simpler.
Continuing our series of SEO tips, we come to what is probably the most important of all: add good content to the site, and add it regularly. You are developing this site for people, not for search engine robots...
The EIL Office is getting ready for World Youth Day in Panama – January 22-27, 2019.
The Conference Center is proud to announce the addition of Duchesne Room to its offerings. It is a newly renovated space suitable for groups of up to 25 with various layout options.. This space is especially compatible for young adult groups and includes the option of a meditation room. As we continue to upgrade and renovate our facilities we encourage you to help us spread the word.
The Stuart Center is pleased to welcome Bridget Bearss, RSCJ as its new Executive Director. Read more about her.
Tip #3: Links from external sites to your own are like "votes of confidence" that increase your search ranking.
An issue of Heart magazine has been dedicated entirely to JPIC. Read the online version now to get an up-close look at some of our activities as Stuart Center and as the United States-Province of the Society of the Sacred Heart. We hope the words and images will inspire and encourage you in our shared efforts to create a world where the dignity of each person and the integrity of creation are fully recognized. (Via RSCJ.org)
We've prepared a logo questionnaire for nonprofits that need to have a logo designed (or re-designed). If you need some help brainstorming, take a look at the questions we ask and see if they are helpful. As designers, having this information at the start of a project will help not only provide you with a more accurate cost estimate, but will ensure that we are designing according to your specifications and that the end result is better matched to your organizational needs.