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Archive for the ‘Municipal Website Design’ category

New Pages and Navigations Dashboard Launched Today

February 7th, 2013

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

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

Ocean City, New Jersey

February 17th, 2012

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.

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Town of Middletown, Delaware

December 27th, 2011

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

City of Friendswood, Texas launches

August 16th, 2011

Friendswood, Texas new websiteThe new Friendswood website is now live! With a new look and simple navigation the City of Friendswood will be able to manage the site and help its citizens much more efficiently. We focused on making the site much more user friendly and easier to navigate, thinking from the visitor’s perspective. We also tried to capture that Texas feeling in the design of the site with colors and design elements.

Friendswood, Texas, a town just outside of Houston was named one of the Best Towns for Families for 2011. They came to us for a completely new look and the Civic-Logic CMS to be able to manage and control their site themselves. With the CMS they will be able to have more control over the updates and be able to have more interaction with the public.

City of Dover Has New Website!

July 8th, 2011
City of Dover's website

City of Dover's new website design

We are very pleased to announce that the City of Dover’s new website is now live! Please check it out for yourself at We created a completely new design encompassing all Dover has to offer while increasing the functionality and making it easier to navigate for the visitor.

Delaware.Net, Inc. was chosen from 22 firms around the USA to rebuild four websites for the City of Dover Delaware. You might assume that we had an incredible advantage in winning this project, because we are located within the city. But you would be wrong. To keep the process fair to all bidders, we were not allowed to present our solutions for this project live and in person at the city’s offices. This was because the final four bidders were made up of us, and three firms from outside the state. There are several national web design firms that specialize in building municipal websites, much like we do. We know who the players are, and how their solutions work. This helps us show a municipality how they will gain a better solution from our company.

This was a very ambitious project, as FOUR websites that operate in the city were combined into ONE Content Management System (known as a Civic-Logic CMS). These websites included; the city’s website, the Dover Police department, the Dover Library, and parks & recreation. Each organization will have the ability to login to a centralized Intranet. This means that city employees will have access to a new web-based system for collaborating, sending mass emails, and managing their own respective websites.

The biggest challenge for this project was collaborating with all the different departments and taking into consideration each department’s needs and how to make their site more inviting and user friendly. From the homepage we have made it much easier to find what you are looking for with fewer clicks than the old site.

Another challenge to this project was that there was a requirement to build a design concept to show our vision for the project. Typically, it is a better idea to plan out the website’s structure before starting on design, but we wanted to win the project. So we built a design concept around how we would structure the site to take it to the next level for the city.

New website for the City of Dover, Delaware goes live!

June 17th, 2011

This was a vCity of Dover, Delaware new homapage designery ambitious project, as FOUR websites that operate in the city will be combined into ONE Content Management System (known as a CMS). These websites include; the city’s website, the police department, the library, and parks & recreation.

The new website is complete and looks great! Don’t take our word for it, check it out at and see for yourself. The new website has a complete Civic-Logic CMS that is engineered to run municipal websites. This allows them to manage the access to pages and navigations to specific employees so each department can handle their own portion of the website. With the new design and layout it will be much easier for visitors to navigate to what they are looking for.

To see other municipal sites we have done click here.

Harrington, Delaware Launches New CMS Website

January 15th, 2010

City of Harrington, Delaware website

The City of Harrington, located in central Delaware, launched a brand new municipal

website designed and built by the staff at The new site has all of the features that come standard with’s custom apps, CMS-Logic (Content Management System) and CRM-Logic (Customer Relationship Management). With this powerful CMS, the City of Harrington will be able to create and edit all page content in their site, edit navigation trees, upload and manage pictures and videos, and much more. The City also included Mail-Logic into their package with, giving them the ability to easily have mass email lists generated by customers signing up through their site.

Harrington was a bit unique as far as municipal websites go as they needed essentially two front-end sites (one for the city and one for the police department) built on the same framework. This allows all of the city departments to communicate internally through the same intranet while having two separate front-end designs linked to one another through a common navigation. Both the city staff and the police department  now have the ability to track form submissions, customers, and to have a suite of internal communication tools.

If you would like more information on a quote to improve your website, click here.

City of Harrington, DE Chooses Delaware.Net

October 21st, 2009

The City of Harrington, Delaware recently awarded Delaware.Net the contract to rebuild their website.    Harrington researched web design companies from around the country.     The proposal from another competing municipal website design vendor for the city’s website was over $30,000 and a included a 3-year contract commitment for hosting the site.   By contrast, Delaware.Net prepared a strategy for the city to prepare a new website interface, install our proven content management system for cities, a request tracking system, a city Intranet, a new police department website, a mass emailing system, live training, and much more.  Delaware.Net saved the city over $15,000 with the project, and was able to offer more features and better support.

The new interface for the website was designed within the first week of the contract signing, and will begin moving online very soon.

Cities interested in upgrading their websites and gaining better management tools are encouraged to contact Delaware.Net at 888-432-7965, or you can inquire for a quote on our website at   Examples of our applications for municipalities can be found online at

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

September 22nd, 2009

Many professional website developers have known this to be true for quite a while now but, today it is official. Google no longer uses the keywords meta tag to rank your website.

Please enjoy this video from Google’s search guru Matt Cutts.

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