Find Office By ZIP Code
GetSitters.com - Your one stop shop for child care specialists. Search for baby-sitters, nannies and other child care services online by ZIP code. Register online and schedule your appointment, all in one place.
GetSitters.com is just one of the many children websites of Find Your Net network specializing in providing websites and other online services to small and large companies alike. Be sure to take a look at our services page to see all of the neat features you've been missing thus far. From domain hosting to social network linkup, Find Your Net is your one-in-all solution for your company's online needs.
If you are interested, don't hesitate - the price is low and the benefits are high. Register now and improve your online business with few simple steps. If you are not certain just yet - look around first. Check out our templates section and view some of the existing clients' websites. But we warn you - you may fall in love in what you see.
Services available for nannies, babysitters and day cares type companies
We are here to help your company work out all the kinks in your online presence. Our advisers will help you first with your own website and will continue giving you suggestions on what to do next to improve your existance on the web. We are continuously building tools that will automate and help you succeed online. Jump start your company by registering with GetSitters.com. Find out more by reading what we have to offer or browsing our blog. We are always eager to answer any other questions you might have about our nannies, babysitters and day cares type services, so feel free to contact us at any time.
Posted on May 20, 2012, Flash Website. Bad!
, in GetSitters.com blog
Have you noticed how many websites are not supported on mobile devices? There's a whole bunch of them. Some of them don't resize properly and some of them are just too large. One of my most favorite online shoe stores is 6PM.com, but trying to make any selection is almost unbearable. I normally don't care enough to do anything about it, but in this case I asked them to make some changes, and if they need a developer, I was willing to help. But this blog post is not about that, it's about the flash websites.
I have been saying this since 1990s - don't use flash! Not that it's not pretty - it is. But just like the 3D movie experience, it should have ended in the nineties. When people contact me asking if I know how to make flash websites, my response is usually: know how - yes, will I build one - sorry, that's against my principals. Here are some reasons why.
Flash is not supported by iPhones and iPads. You probably saw commercials for tablets saying "oh, we're so much better than apple because we can play flash". Well, la-di-da. My Windows 95 machine can do so as well, but that doesn't make it a new technology. Apple did not suck it up, and millions of consumers are using iPhones and iPads. Don't expect them to do something about it. You take the first step.
Flash websites are not search engine friendly. Yeah - I've said it. You know what flash is to me? Video on steroids. You know what that means? Flash belongs on YouTube and not in the searchable web space. How many flash websites have you seen that top the search engine charts? That's a rhetorical question, but I'll still answer it. None! Do yourself a favor and lose that baggage.
Flash is too darn troublesome for managing content. Sure, tools could be built to write into XML documents for the loads of the slide shows and content, but that is okay if you are dealing with one client and you don't care about storage space. Weren't we told that everything is going to be on a cloud by 2015? If that's the case then better put that flash away as soon as you can!
Posted as a courtasy of Find Your Net on GetSitters.com in the terminology
iframe: An IFrame (Inline Frame) is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a website. The IFrame HTML element is often used to insert content from another source, such as an advertisement, into a Web page. Although an IFrame behaves like an inline image, it can be configured with its own scrollbar independent of the surrounding page's scrollbar.