The Hreflang tags were first introduced by Google in December of 2011, and they were designed to allow site owners to show the relationship between pages of similar content, but in different languages. This is to help the search engines…
Last November, my wife Paulyn and I decided that we wanted to offer our pastor, Al Termulo of Christ Enthroned Church, a larger capacity hosting account and to clean up his current website. We called him up and a few days later, we met with him at our office. We discussed some of the limitations of their existing site as well as his vision for a new website. During our meeting, it became clear to both Pastor Al and myself that this had the potential to become an extraordinary website. We agreed to pursue the new website and to start gathering ideas, internally and externally and with the help of Marky Alviento, by mid-January we already had some preliminary content ready and we began building out the new site.
Today, things are quite different. In less than 2 years, my one-man show has somehow ballooned into a company of 15 employees. How did that happen, you ask?
HTML, PHP, jQuery, CSS and HTML- These are programming languages I usually use to create websites. But, when I started working at DCGWS they introduced me to world of WordPress development.