Ostheimer

13 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

Videos have become a huge part of many major websites. This is due to the fact that the user experience provided by a video is much more immersive than text, images or just audio. Also, video can be a better medium for some kinds of content, for example software or development tutorials. If you have been […]

13 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

Online shopping and marketing has revolutionized nearly every industry. Having a chat feature on your business website not only provides an avenue for customers to contact you, but it also helps build confidence and trust. A real-time chat feature on a website let’s customers get instant answers to their questions or concerns, without having to […]

12 Jul 19
WKBN.com
SHARON, Pennsylvania (MyValleyTributes) – Paul E. Stewart, age 95, of Sharon passed away peacefully on Wednesday morning, July 10, 2019 in Sharon Regional Medical Center.  He was born in Sharpsville on March 1, 1924 the son of James and Mildred (Zedaker) Stewart and was a graduate of Sharon High School.  Paul served our country in the U.S. Army with the 701st Ordnance Company in Germany following the conclusion of World War II.  He received his honorable discharge in March of 1947 having attained the rank of Technician Fifth Grade and received the World War II Victory Medal and the Army of Occupation Medal. Paul returned home to Sharon where he married his sweetheart, the former Elizabeth “Betty” Ligette, on December 1, 1951. Together they would share more than 40 joyful years together.   He found work at the Sharon Steel Company where he retired as an inspector with 40 years of service. Paul was a member of the Sandy Lake Lodge #573 of the I.O.O.F. and had served as treasurer and in other various capacities at the former Sharon Lodge. He also had served on the Board of Directors for Orchard Manor Nursing Home. He will be deeply missed by his daughters, Paula (Mark) Ostheimer of Sharon and Lynn (Tom) Harrison of Cortland, Ohio; his six grandchildren, Holly (Chris) Bobby, Brad (Sara) Ostheimer, Scott (Ashley) Ostheimer, Amy Harrison, Katie (Corey) Fowler and Julie (Andrew) Austalosh; nine great-grandchildren, Cara, Lauren, Nick, Noah, Mara, Kaden, Natalie, Clara and Nora and by his sisters, Nancy Busch of Champion, Ohio and Donna Spadin of Maryland. Paul was preceded in death by his wife, Betty, on January 18, 1981; his brother, Robert Stewart and his sister, Betty Costello. A funeral service will be held on Monday evening, July 15 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sample-O’Donnell Funeral Home, 555 East State Street in Sharon with Rev. Christopher Bobby officiating. Friends may visit with the family from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. prior to the start of the service at the funeral home on Monday, July 15. Burial will be at America’s Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to the donor’s favorite charity in Paul’s memory.  Please visit www.sampleodonnellfh.com to leave a memory or condolence to Paul’s family.
11 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

The practice of Search Engine Optimization has been constantly evolving for as long as search engines have been around. While every search engine marketer will implement different strategies and tactics, a results-driven SEO campaign generally boils down to a couple of key things: Having an easy to use website that is optimized for SEO best […]

09 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

The login page is the first thing users will see when they need to access your site, so it thus needs to beautiful and user-friendly. A boring login page can make users have a bad impression of your site! Customization of login to match your brand will lead to a better experience for users. In […]

08 Jul 19
Pocket Nannies

100 Toys is a place where you can learn about your child’s development, and discover toys and free activities to help them along. With years of teaching experience, and using a framework backed by science, our mission is to help you understand how your child grows, what they need at each step of the way, […]

07 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

In recent years, privacy has become one of the most important topics in our society. With the rise of services that use and sell user data, serious discussions have been taking place regarding best practices and the rights of users. In some cases, they’ve led to government-based regulations such as the EU’s GDPR. However, worldwide […]

04 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

WooCommerce is the world’s most popular eCommerce platform. That’s partly because it’s built on the world’s most popular content management system (WordPress), and also party because it’s free. But it’s also because WooCommerce, like WordPress itself, is incredibly flexible. If you install WooCommerce on your site, not only can you use it to quickly set […]

04 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

It doesn’t matter whether blogging is your day job or on-again-off-again hobby. Whether you’ve just launched your startup and dream of making it big “one day,” or you’re an established business with strict goals to meet this financial quarter, social media is one of the most effective ways to drive traffic to your website. Facebook, […]

03 Jul 19
UNITI

The Semiahmoo Foundation (TSF) belongs to the UNITI partnership along with Semiahmoo House Society (SHS) and Peninsula Estates Housing Society (PEHS). Since this report is about the achievements of SHS for fiscal 2018-2019, my report will focus on TSF’s work with SHS. As always, we, at TSF, were honoured to support SHS’s endeavours that made […]

01 Jul 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

Blogging is one of the easiest ways for people to share information. Starting a blog is easy, but growing it can be hard. Your blog needs to stand out if you wish to dominate any niche.  Plugins are the tools that add functionality to a WordPress site. In this post, we are going to look […]

26 Jun 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

WooCommerce and WordPress are powerful combination for online commerce. Together they run 37% of eCommerce business online. Leveraging these two is the perfect combination for selling physical products, digital goods, and services online.  But having the most awesome WooCommerce storefront and the best products are just a tiny part of what you need for online […]

26 Jun 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

When you take a look around at various web design publications, you often see headlines touting the next big thing. It might be a tool, a programming language or a framework. One can compare the experience to walking along the Las Vegas strip, complete with neon signs tempting us with all that we are missing […]

26 Jun 19
Wordpress Webdesigner

What You’ll Be Creating Most of us have got at least one form somewhere on our WordPress site. It might be a simple contact form. Or a newsletter signup. A purchase form maybe. Or perhaps something more bespoke. Whatever information your form is designed to gather, I’m prepared to bet that you want as many […]