Please find our Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions not listed here, feel free to contact us.
No, not if you use a Content Management System (CMS). Using a modern CMS (e.g. Joomla) all of your site content can be added and changed using a built-in text editor. Joomla even has a WYSIWG editor that operates similar to Microsoft Word. Joomla also allows you to upload pictures and videos that will display on your website pages with no special programming skills.
CSS is an abbreviation for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS allows designers to create attractive designs that use special fonts, colors, margins, and other design elements in such a way that your content will automatically be formatted to fit the design. As you enter or change your site's content you don't have to enter any special formatting. The CSS system will automatically render your content to match the designers "style" throughout your site.
The Internet is the Inter-Connection of computer networks. You are reading this FAQ from the Internet right now. An Intranet is a limited access network that is setup for one our more organizations. Today, most Intranets actually operate over the same physical Intranet, but restrict access to their information.
If your organization needs to connect a group of people to share information that is proprietary or secret, you can implement an Intranet that will allow secure communications between all of the organization members.
If an Intranet sounds like something that your organization may find useful, please contact a WISR rep to discuss details on how to implement an Intranet.