slow migration to a new websitePosted by Ed Davis, DPM on 4/07/05 at 14:02 (172774)
Our office website has been http://www.puyallupfootandankle.com
We recently decided to go with a a company that specializes in medical websites and has several 'pre-packaged' sites that can be tweaked by the individual practioner. I like the fact that their sites are fairly information rich. Our new site, which is currently up and running (alongside the prior one) is http://www.puyallupfootandankle.net
It is a work in progress as we gradually will modify it, page by page; a slow process that will probably take a couple of months.
I would like to invite all to take a look at the site, compare it to the old one and provide suggestions -- what to include, what to leave out, what to change, etc....
Re: slow migration to a new websiteDr. Z on 4/07/05 at 19:59 (172806)
I can't open the sites ???
Re: slow migration to a new websitemarie on 4/07/05 at 21:45 (172814)
I like the quiz on the new site. I like it! Thumbs up!
Re: slow migration to a new websiteEd Davis, DPM on 4/08/05 at 18:30 (172861)
I just tried both links. It may be a 'browser' issue on your end. Try again. Hopefully, you have updated antivirus softwear as Internet Explorer is a very big target these days. When you get a chance, download some of the alternate browsers (most are free). A good one is Mozilla Firefox -- Marie is familiar with that and was happy with its download. It tends to have better security as is a much smaller target for bad guys of the net.
Re: slow migration to a new websiteDr. Z on 4/08/05 at 20:59 (172866)
It works now
Re: slow migration to a new websiteKathy G on 4/09/05 at 08:56 (172881)
Nice website, Ed!