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For a limited time only Flamethrower One will be selling registered domains. We are different in that we are not looking to retire off the sale of a domain. We have specific and special pricing for each domain. Inquire today on how you can purchase one of these great domains or how we can build a site around it for you.
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Raise your glasses to UpUrs.net, Flamethrower One’s newest customer. Any time is a great time to do UpUrs! Any time is also a great time to have Flamethrower One design and maintain a state of the art website for you. Call or email us today. At Flamethrower One, The Ideas are Truly Endless…Continue Reading → Share
Flamethrower One Graphics would like to welcome Mike’s Appliance Service to the growing number of businesses that are discovering the advantages of Flamethrower One’s “Terra-Powered” hosting service.
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How can websites possibly keep up with the millions of screens out there?
The short answer is they can’t. And never will be able to.
So how does a web page adapt responsively to the needs of a computer screen versus an iPad or Blackberry screen?
One of the best ways is through technique called responsive web design.
Responsive web design uses a separate set of files called CSS media queries to serve different style properties depending on the screen size, orientation, resolution, color ...Continue Reading → Share
A content management system, or CMS, is a web application designed to make it easy for non-technical users to add, edit and manage a website. Not only do content management systems help website users with content editing, they also take care of a lot of “behind the scenes” work such as:
- Automatically generate navigation elements
- Making content searchable and indexable
- Keeping track of users, their permissions and security settings
- And much, much more.
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