OUR questions are intended to show how the FAQ system works, not to start a holy war. YOUR questions will be germane to your own group's goals. Proceed thou therefore to propound thy questions in good humour.
How does the system work, and how can my organization use it?
Question: Can we change the look and feel of the site?
Answer: The main elements of the site (blog, calendar, member profiles...) each have a standard layout. This lets you concentrate on content and not functionality, letting our consistent and robust system do the heavy lifting. You can define your own color scheme, create your own text and images and generally make the site a unique product.
If you know or learn some fairly basic HTML (layout coding) and CSS (appearance coding), you can do even more. You can learn the basic operations and define your own site in a few hours; our recommendation is to implement one content tool at a time.
An easy and inexpensive alternative is to use our Quick Start option, which includes a consultation on your goals and objectives and implementation by our team.
Your site can create an introduction to your beliefs or a full catechism. Organize your questions in any structure.
How to plan and implement your congregation's site.
Question: What does that have to do with the price of tea in China?
Answer: If you still want to know what does this may have to do with the price of tea in China, click the following link. Oh, and by the way, try to avoid taking life too seriously.
Question: How do I get started?
Answer: Our inquiry form asks some preliminary questions and requests a good time to chat. Our team is located in the western United States (Pacific time). Your first half-hour consultation is free.
Question: Is The Web Deacon a free service?
Answer: No, but it is reasonably priced, starting at about a dollar a day for small congregations. Additional editorial and quality assurance services are available at competitive rates. Performance and reliability greatly exceed the capabilities of the assistant pastor's cousin's son's somewhat technically inclined grandchild who has volunteered as your .