Can you remember what it was like creating a website twenty or so years ago? In case you forgot, building an engaging website was a time-consuming collaboration among copywriters, developers, and project managers who required extensive coding knowledge. Making a few simple changes to the site was a frustratingly long process.
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Today, almost anyone can build a website without knowing how to code, thanks to a page builder plugin called Elementor. Its free version is perfect for beginners since it's so easy to use, and you can create your page and content layouts from scratch or select from the available ready-to-use templates and page designs.
Still Growing After all These Years WRIS - 25th Anniversary
Back in 1995, the Internet, its purpose, and its potential, was not yet obvious to the business world. AOL “You’ve got mail”, dial up connections, and getting on the ‘world wide web’ may now qualify as old school, but it was something that was brand new, a little mysterious, and intrigued Charlie Meyers. “What was this ‘Internet’ and how was it going to impact virtually everything for the future?”
He doesn’t know the exact answer to the question, only that he wants to be part of it all. In 1996, he starts Western...