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The Pitfalls of Other CMS Sites

April 5, 2013, 5:17 pm

So, you've got a "second cousin" who is offering to setup a WordPress site for your business for practically nothing? Please read the following before you take the leap and make a possible lethal business decision!

WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal sites are fully functional content-managed websites. With these, you can download files and customize the site to your liking for absolutely free. Free is great, but there are downfalls to going this route.

Don't be fooled!

February 11, 2013, 12:00 pm

Dispose of any mail or email from DNS Services.

Some of our clients have alerted us to a supposed Domain Name Service (DNS) back-up service provider by the name DNS Services ( with a business address in Vancouver, Washington.

If you receive what looks like an invoice from this company via mail or email, do not respond to it or make a payment – it is simply a bogus solicitation that does not apply to any of our clients.

Celebrating 20 Years!

February 24, 2011, 1:47 pm

In this day and age of constantly changing technology, isn't it nice to know that some things stay the same?

Celebrating 20 Years

Content Managed Websites

December 29, 2010, 11:59 am

Do you ever wish that you could just log into your website and fix a tiny typo all by yourself? Or are you looking at a stack of necessary website updates that have built up, and figuring the cost and time it will take to have your web developer make those changes for you?

If so, our CMS (Content Management System) might be just what your site needs.

Click the above link to watch a quick demo of how easy it is to add a photo to a CMS driven web page.

Click below to read more about how the National Cherry Festival uses the Byte CMS tools to keep their content up to date.

Customer Focus: Northern Speech Services

February 1, 2010, 1:25 pm

NSS-NRSNorthern Speech Services & National Rehabilitation Services Inc. has been a long-term client of Byte Productions since 1997. They are a leader in providing online courses (E-Courses), seminars and products that provide continuing education for Speech Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Educators.

We built the last version of their website seven years ago in 2003. In our book that is a strong shelf life for web technology, especially with as many dynamic sections as their website has. Their recently launched, new website provides major updates for 2010.

Inbox Capacity Limits Double

February 1, 2010, 1:16 pm

For all of our customers who utilize our email services, we are pleased to announce an increase in your inbox capacity and attachment size limits. Our previous limits were set to 50 megabytes for inbox capacity and 10 megabytes for attachments. We have recently doubled these to 100 megabytes for inbox capacity and 20 megabytes for attachments.

Smartphone Capability

February 1, 2010, 1:14 pm

So many people out there have smartphones now. Do you sometimes find viewing the web on your phone frustrating and hardly worth the effort? More and more, web designers are beginning to accept the inevitability that the sites they design are going to be viewed in small scale too. It's refreshing to find websites that give a mobile option as well as a standard web view option.

Byte Productions has Redesigned Our Website!

November 12, 2009, 3:10 pm

The web business is a fast-paced, constantly changing business. We at Byte have long been known for staying on top of that curve. This is why we've redesigned our website to keep up with today's more demanding web standards.

Tell us what you think of our new website. Does it meets your needs? Do you like the new design? Would you like one just like it? What are your thoughts about it? Contact Us

Customer Focus: Children's Neuropsychological Services

November 11, 2009, 3:06 pm

Byte Productions has recently launched another new website:

Children's Neuropsychological Services

Dr. Stress has said that the response to the site has been overwhelmingly positive. We wish the best of luck to her with her new practice!

Providing Link Text For Your Site

September 11, 2009, 3:12 pm

"Click here" is never a good way to link to documents. For search engine purposes, they call the text you use as the link itself the anchor text. Anchor text is very important. Search engines use the anchor text to determine what you are linking to. Click here tells them nothing.

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