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Embedding Forms Into Your Website

While it’s common to use platforms like Google Forms and embed them into your website, there are more advanced tools that allow you to embed and integrate them more transparently. Here I rewview several options as I search for a solution I’d like to use myself. One thing I’m concerned with is jurisdiction where the company is based, as you want to ensure you’re trusting they’re in a region with good privacy laws so they can’t scrape/leverage the content in your submission forms. I also then compare the free tier options with the first paid tier in my comparisons below.

Starting In Victoria Bc

This is our origin story, how One Day Website started in Victoria, British Colombia. For those unfamiliar, we’re on the southern tip of Vancouver island, a 90 minute ferry ride from Vancouver. I’d lived in Victoria for many years, had built many websites for myself, but I never considered doing it professionally.

Building Your Business Website

When building your website, it’s a bit overwhelming, and you’ve likely been recommended a certain provider that is as cheap and easy as possible. Like everything in business, you have to choose if you’d rather spend time, or money on building out your website. This post goes over the questions you should ask, no matter which provider you choose.

Website Colour Schemes

Colour Theory

Creating A Website With Jekyll

I’ve been slowly transitioning my websites from Wordpress to Jekyll for a few reasons, most notable that a static website doesn’t have a database that can be hacked, and that it’s inherinitely faster in getting to the user, plus it’s always fun to learn something new. As a part of jekyll, you’ll also likely want to explore Markdown and Liquid. You can follow the offical documentation, or mine: