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Old 09-23-2011, 03:47 PM   #16
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Vista and Windows 7 automatically defrag. You can set when.
Thanks Rusty, I didn't know that.

While I am here, I noticed there is a member on the forum who builds websites, if you could please post I need to talk to you about building a website.

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Old 09-23-2011, 04:06 PM   #17
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It does not stop other stuff. Wait until Microsoft introduces to the masses the new Windows called Windows 8. By the time this Netbook dies, I am probably going to either be running Linux, if they do not lock down the machines as Microsoft is wanting the hardware manufacturers to do, or break down and purchase a Mac.
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There are several people on here who probably build websites. I work on a couple of them. What do you need to know?
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Old 09-24-2011, 05:59 PM   #19
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Our chruch had a website but one of the girls took care of it and she has moved. Everything expired and now we don't have a website that works, it is just a blank screen. We need someone to start from scratch I guess to get it back up.
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Old 09-25-2011, 11:02 AM   #20
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First you'll need your login information for the hosting company and domain registrar. What was the address of the website? We'll need to check and see if it is still registered.

I'd personally have someone local set it up for you using a Wordpress installation. Wordpress, once set up and be fairly easily maintained through an easy to use administrator interface without having to do much coding at all. If you can post a message here, you can use Wordpress without much trouble.
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jiju1943 Our minister does websites for various church's. Here is the info http://links2business.com/
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Thanks Pop, I appreciate that.

Greg, I have the link bookmarked, thanks a bunch.
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jiju1943, if you want to see what our church website looks like, it is lakesidechristian.com Now my brother's church website is a lot cleaner, which is http://www.newlifenny.com/welcome-back/ Depending on what the church's vision is, reflects on how you want the site to look. Our's and my brother's worship arts minister use Facebook & Twitter a lot. Especially my brother's church, that with live streaming of their sermons, vs. we use podcasts.
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Thanks Greg, that is a nice site. I will let you know what the members decide. Thanks again.

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