As our world has become increasingly digital, traditional educational institutions have had to adapt. Colleges and universities rely on their websites to attract new registrants, provide important services to existing students, and keep alumni engaged with the school. The University of Hawaii Maui College website handles all of these tasks and more, all while maintaining a user-friendly and visually compelling design.
‘Dropshipping’ is a term not known by most people. However, it’s rapidly becoming an essential part of selling products online and companies such as Inventory Source are at the forefront of developing a new way of managing online stock. By being responsible for some elements of the supply chain, they’re enabling store owners to tend to other areas of their business, all of which will benefit the customer in the long run.
In Avada 5.1.5, we fixed two security issues which were in Avada versions 5.1.4 and below. This can always be found in our Changelog and we recommend to keep your theme up to date. It’s best to use auto updates and to also keep an eye on the Fusion Patcher tool as we typically issue updates for security issues in less than 24 hours.
With Canada’s church attendances falling over the past few years, young people in particular have been questioning their faith more than ever. With a real need to reach out to young doubters, indoubt has crafted a purely online approach to religious outreach – utilizing a beautifully customized, Avada child theme along with modern methods such as video and social media to engage with young people.
Your website is much like an old-fashioned paper newsletter. It provides instant information on your church and its activities, all from the comfort of the reader’s home. And just like a paper newsletter, your website has to appeal to those viewing it. Your church may provide a great deal of value to your community, with activities and opinions of real interest to your congregation, but if your website can’t convince members to get involved, all that good work may go unnoticed.