Updating your own website

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Updating a site can involve complex coding and can be very time consuming, but is necessary to a functioning and secure website.

Here are three reasons why you should keep your own websites up to date.

If you are like many of our customers, you may already use a CMS (Content Management System) such as Word Press or Joomla.

Additional tips for specific Content Management Systems are available.

Updating your website can be a treacherous endeavor not for the faint of heart.

Just like some houses are built from stone and some are built from wood, your website will be built upon your choice of platform.

Our website integration team can also complete the integration process for you or provide technical advice to help you incorporate these modules into the chamber’s website.

Either way, our team is here to ensure a smooth transition.

For webmasters and designers working with chamber websites Our database driven web modules are designed to complement the chamber’s existing website and improve SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

At Micro Net, we enjoy collaborating with local web designers to incorporate Chamber Master into existing sites.

When you think about it, all websites have things in common.

It’s not the actual pieces that set them apart, it’s how they’re arranged and what they look like.

You must make that disclosure in at least one of the following ways: Wikimedia created an FAQ on disclosure of paid contributions when it implemented the new Terms of Use.

Editors who are not paid to edit to Wikipedia, but have a different kind of conflict of interest, should disclose their interest on their user pages and on the talk page of the article in question, under Wikipedia's conflict of interest guideline.

This FAQ is about Wikipedia's approach to conflicts of interest.

If you are paid to edit Wikipedia, you must disclose certain information under the Wikimedia Foundation's Terms of Use.

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