An image showing what a user sees on a computer.
An item in the Sections module. A Section can be used to store smaller peices of content which can be shown on multiple Pages at a time.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to efforts given to organizing, tagging, and curating website content to acheive a favorable ranking on search engines.
A custom grouping of content. As opposed to Categories, a Series can be arranged by hand in a custom order as well as contain a custom image and description text.
An item in the Sermons module created for a preacher's message. A Sermon can have several media items attached to it such as an image, audio, or video file.
A Member account who has full access to the Ekklesia 360 backend.
A slug is a web-friendly version of a title. All spaces are converted to dashes (-), and all special characters are removed.
We've created this tool to help you convert titles into slugs, for your reference.
Unwanted email messages sent by malicious campains. Thankfully, Ekklesia 360 employs excellent spam protection in Forms and by obfuscating or "encoding" the display of any email address.
When a website is not "live", it is in staging, meaning it is hidden from search engines and available only at a preview URL.
A style of navigation where the nav bar remains attached to the window as the user scrolls, such that it is always visible.
A plan created by an organization in order to acheive key initiatives. A web strategy may include adding resources or modifying user experience elements in order to focus visitor attention on a new campaign.
The default page Template generally used for all interior content of a site. There may be version that includes a sidebar and also one without.
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