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  • Updates to Store-Logic Checkout System

    May 13th, 2014 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Today we launched a major update to our Store-Logic ecommerce system’s checkout process. Essentially, the entire cart was re-written. Here is a run-down of what we changed:

    • Over 5000 lines of code changed.
    • All new cart code, which is streamlined, faster loading, and has fewer bugs.
    • Cart now uses the Bootstrap framework, which makes it mobile and smartphone friendly.
    • Multiple Addresses – Customers can now have more than one address for shipping and billing. This is essential for stores that sell wholesale to customers that have more than one address. Additional address and order management improvements are scheduled for the customer service side of the store soon.
    • Billing and Shipping Address Match – we eliminated steps from the cart when the addresses match.
    • We improved the login screen when guest checkout is enabled, and it is built to mimic how Amazon.com handles this (with some improvements).


    • Less buggy checkout system.
    • Mobile friendly.
    • Fewer steps to checkout.
    • Fewer links to bomb users out of the overall checkout process.

    We are confident that these changes (about a month of work) will make our customers more profitable with their ecommerce stores.

    New Pages and Navigations Dashboard Launched Today

    February 7th, 2013 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Today, we made some significant improvements to our Content Management System (CMS) dashboard that many of our customers use to manage their websites. The new interface is live on all of our servers.

    Updated Pages Dashboard

    Updated Pages Dashboard

    This new dashboard includes an AJAX content search, so that pages can be found extremely quickly from anywhere in the website. It is now also possible to see when the pages were last edited as well. You can sort pages by name, type, or date and they remain paginated. This subtle improvement will make websites much easier to manage for our clients.

    The code behind the interface was completely rewritten using JSON so that the dashboard can be resorted without refreshing the entire web page. The improvements to the code make the page faster and more efficient as well. This is important because the dashboard of the CMS has a lot of code running and it is a popular interface in our systems.

    New Facebook Integration = Goodbye WordPress

    April 13th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    With this post I will talk about recent code updates that went out this week, and also our new Facebook integration that is really exciting. I’ll also talk about how we will be leaving WordPress as a blogging platform for something better.

    » Read more: New Facebook Integration = Goodbye WordPress

    Company News – April 2012

    April 9th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Email Outsourcing, Mobile Websites, DNS and Application Upgrades, and more. 

    We’ve been busy during the first part of this year to improve our Email, DNS, and SMTP services for our systems. Now that these upgrades are in place, we are back to working on building great websites and executing our 2012 strategy. Right now we are rolling out new products, branding, and enhancements to our software to help our clients do more with their websites.

    » Read more: Company News – April 2012

    Ocean City, New Jersey

    February 17th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Ocean City, New Jersey new websiteOcean City found examples of our work online, and they had also received quotes from other municipal web design vendors across the country that we compete with. When our solutions were compared head to head against other municipal web design companies, Ocean City chose us to rebuild their website. We met with the fine people at Ocean City during a municipal trade show, to answer their questions and discuss the best way to rebuild their website.

    This project is now completed. The new site is more user friendly and much easier to navigate. The site was completely redesigned to give it that costal feel and to make it more inviting for the visitor. Ocean City wanted a way to reach all the residents in an emergency and with our news system they are able to mass email citizens. With the CMS (Content Management System) they are able to create permissions for the staff so that each department can manage their own section of the website.

    View the new website.

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    F & S Boatworks Site Goes Live

    February 17th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    New Homepage for F&S BoatworksF & S Boatworks came to Delaware.net looking for a more user friendly site that they could have full control over their site. They liked to the look of their current site but wanted a way that they could make changes and updates on their own.

    We took their old site look and rebuilt it on our CMS (Content Management System). We did make a few changes, adding a slide show and a new navigation to the site. Now they are in control of their site and as new yachts are built they can post the images immediately.

    It is much easier to navigate and more user friendly for clients. They also have the ability to expand the site adding more pages and content as the company grows.

    Preview the site here.


    Rehoboth Shores New Website

    January 25th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Rehoboth Shores came to Delaware.net with a need to update their site and manage the content within their site. Using our Content Management System (CMS) they will easily be able to do this. We designed a custom layout and incorporated an app so they could showcase the propertied they have to offer.

    Rehoboth Shores is part of a larger property management company Mid-Atlantic Shore Properties. They have other web site with us, like Tall Pines.

    Visit the new site

    Arlon-Thermal New Website

    January 13th, 2012 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Arlon-Thermal New Homepage designArlon-Thermal came to Delaware.net for a new website. They wanted to have control over the content and be able to make changes themselves. They have clients all over the world and needed a way to reach them and have the ability to have their managers update the website from where they are in the world. Now their clients will be able reach them and they can be more responsive. They also needed to have a site that would be simple for all nationalities to navigate.

    Visit the site

    Sharp Energy Goes Live

    December 30th, 2011 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    Sharp Energy needed a way to manage their website. They wanted to be able to have multiple people contribute to the site and manage their access to certain areas. We created an interactive map to show all the locations and brought the site up-to-date with a slightly new design.

    Sharp Energy has been providing reliable, dependable propane service on the Delmarva Peninsula for many years. That’s why more than 34,000 customers choose Sharp Energy as their propane energy provider.

    View website here

    Town of Middletown, Delaware

    December 27th, 2011 by John McKown, President of Delaware.net No comments »

    The Town of Middletown’s website was starting to show its age, and it was built with a combination of software platforms that didn’t integrate well. The Town’s main goals were to make the website more attractive, and to deploy a better content management solution (CMS) to empower town employees with easy to use tools to manage the website.

    Located in Northern Delaware within New Castle County, Middletown is home to more than 12,700 residents. Many affluent housing developments surround the town’s center. Current town growth town is a result of these such developments, which primarily attract high-income families relocating from Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York City. The Town of Middletown’s new website is located at www.middletownde.org.

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