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What are the steps and skills needed to plan a major site redesign?

What are the steps and skills needed to plan a major site redesign?Does your organization need a website? Do you have a website that’s badly in need of an overhaul? Depending on the size and needs of your organization, you may need professional help, or you may be able to design the site in-house. This article will help you understand the key steps that go into the web design process and what sort of resources you’ll need for each step.

If your organization is building a new website from scratch — or updating an existing one — you may need to rely on professional help when it comes to design and implementation. FSA is there for numerous NonProfits; helping out as little or much as requested. FSA is your advocate and partner. We work closely with staff and wonderful organizations like TechSoup.org, which can make a world of difference when it comes to bridging the digital divide. The following guidelines can help you plan and design a polished, functional site that meets your organization’s needs.

This article focuses on the high-level management and planning decisions you need to make when you design or re-design your website. We’ll discuss some of the major phases of a design project, some of the lingo and jargon you’ll encounter, and the tools and skill sets you might need.

Websites are especially prone to scaling problems. In other words, a minor detail that’s easy to overlook in the early stages of the web design process can turn into a major problem that takes weeks to fix when the site starts to grow. If you’re certain that your website will always be small and fairly static, you still need to do some planning, but some of the steps recommended in this article will be more work than you need to do. On the other hand, if your site is large, the content changes frequently, or you have complicated web-based applications, the questions below are particularly relevant. By working slowly and in stages, you decrease the chances that you’ll make a major mistake that will haunt you down the road.

Steps in the Web Design Process

If the steps described below seem a bit overwhelming, remember that different projects follow different patterns. If your site is small, you can skip some of the steps below or spend a minimal amount of time on them. However, large design projects can become overwhelmingly complex and chaotic if you don’t plan carefully.

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Note    If you use a Microsoft Exchange Server account in Microsoft Outlook 2010, use the Automatic Replies feature. See Automatically reply to messages (formerly the Out of Office Assistant). This article is for all other email account types, such as Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail), POP3, and IMAP.

ShowHow can I tell if I am using a Microsoft Exchange Server account?

Click the File tab. Click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings. On the E-mail tab, the list of accounts indicates the type of each account. If Microsoft Exchange doesn’t appear, you are not using an Exchange Server account.

Example of an Exchange Account in the Account Settings dialog box

You can set up Outlook 2010 to send an automatic response to some or all of the people who send you email messages.

You can combine an Outlook email template with Outlook rules to reproduce the functionality of the Automatic Replies feature that is available only to Exchange Server accounts.

 Important    This functionality is available in Outlook 2010 beginning with Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1.

Step 1: Create a message template

 Tip    Download a formal or informal out of office message template from Microsoft Office.com.

  1. On the Home tab, in the New group, click New E-mail.
  2. In the message body, type the message that you want to send as your automated reply.
  3. In the message window, click the File tab, and then click Save As.
  4. In the Save As dialog box, in the Save as type list, click Outlook Template (*.oft).
  5. In the File name box, type a name for your message template, and then click Save.


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Sep 12

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Executive Summary

Microsoft is releasing this security advisory to inform customers that an update to the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine addresses a security vulnerability that was reported to Microsoft. The vulnerability could allow denial of service if the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine scans a specially crafted file. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could prevent the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine from monitoring affected systems until the specially crafted file is manually removed and the service is restarted.

The Microsoft Malware Protection Engine ships with several Microsoft antimalware products. See the Affected Software section for a list of affected products. Updates to the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine are installed along with the updated malware definitions for the affected products. Administrators of enterprise installations should follow their established internal processes to ensure that the definition and engine updates are approved in their update management software, and that clients consume the updates accordingly.

Typically, no action is required of enterprise administrators or end users to install updates for the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine, because the built-in mechanism for the automatic detection and deployment of updates will apply the update within 48 hours of release. The exact time frame depends on the software used, Internet connection, and infrastructure configuration. Read More…

Sep 13

Is your unoptimized website bleeding money due to a slow average page load time?

Just a one second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions, and 40% of users abandon shopping carts that takes more than 3 seconds to load, according to KissMetrics. With more users making purchase decisions on mobile devices each year, page load optimization won’t patiently wait on your back burner any longer without affecting your bottom line.

Fortunately, there are several effective tactics to speed up your website without even touching your main website code. Even if you have little experience with .htaccess or server modification, this detailed guide will give you the tools and knowledge to take a bite out of your page load.

What is .htaccess?

Glad you asked. An .htaccess file allows you to modify Apache web server configuration settings without modifying the main configuration file – in other words, you can customize the way the server behaves while keeping the core settings intact, much like using a child theme in WordPress. Most webhosts allow clients to use .htaccess files, but if you’re not sure, check with your host.

How Do You Use .htaccess?
Simply open any text editor and create a new file called .htaccess. Could it really be that simple? Well, yes and no. Most likely, your computer will perceive the .htaccess file as an operating-system file and hide it from view. To see the file, you’ll need to follow a guide like this one from SitePoint to show hidden files. Once you have that taken care of, you’re ready to move on!

After holding Windows 8.1 back from developers, Microsoft relented and made Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro RTM available to IT professionals and application developers through the TechNet and MSDN network this week.

The company changed its mind based on feedback from the IT community and will make available Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Pro and even Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM builds to the developer and IT pro community, said Steven Guggenheimer, Microsoft’s corporate vice president and chief evangelist, in a blog post.

“We heard from you that our decision to not initially release Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM bits was a big challenge for our developer partners as they’re readying new Windows 8.1 apps and for IT professionals who are preparing for Windows 8.1 deployments…As we refine our delivery schedules for a more rapid release cadence, we are working on the best way to support early releases to the various audiences within our ecosystem,” he wrote.

Microsoft’s Windows RTMs are typically available to developers, but the Windows 8.1 RTM was only made available to PC manufacturers a few weeks ago.

What was Microsoft thinking? If you want enterprises to deploy Windows 8, you need the IT community to test the latest version of the operating system in their own environment. If you want Windows 8.1 bug-free apps available in the Microsoft Store when the operating system hits, developers need the latest RTMs. It’s really not rocket science.

Giving IT pros and app developers the Windows 8.1 RTMs is not just about creating bug-free apps. New Windows 8-based mobile devices will become available throughout the fourth quarter. Do you think those devices are going to sell without apps? We all know Windows 8 mobile devices are just a fraction of the OS and Android-based app ecosystem. Microsoft needs all the help they can get.

Given that enterprises are not deploying Windows 8 in droves, Microsoft really should have considered how their Windows 8.1 RTM release strategy could affect the entire ecosystem. Holding the Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro RTM versions from developers clearly wasn’t the right move.
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