We wrote a post (quite a while ago!) about the idea of Section-based Editing. It makes it way easier for you to edit and control the look and feel of your website. If you checked it out when we first launched, it's time to check it out again. Since that initial launch, we decided to take a step back and make things EVEN more simpler (bad grammar to show emphasis). We've made it much better. But you get all the benefits! The New Section-Based Design:
You probably know you can use color to completely change the look and feel of your website with Clover Sites. Today, we’d like to show you some of the other things you can do to customize colors on every part of your site. With Clover Sites 3, we really wanted to make the experience of choosing and editing the colors of your site easy and beautiful. We simply had to find a way to make your site magic.
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First and foremost, this announcement is for those of you who are still using Clover Classic! You know who you are! :) And we're here to help! This new version of Clover Sites gives you an even better set of features. Have you seen the quick intro video? It only takes 60 seconds and it'll change your website for the better!
When it comes to designing your church website with Clover, one of the most common concerns we hear is this: “I don’t know anything about web design or coding. How am I supposed to do it all for myself?” Trust us, we get it! The thought of creating and updating a site with little to no experience all on your own sounds intimidating on paper. But you can also trust us when we tell you, there’s no simpler way to do it than with Clover Sites.
When you want to find information about something, where do you look? The answer is obvious, right? I mean, everybody knows that the quickest and easiest way to find information about something is the Encyclopedia! I mean, what’s faster than going to the library, look it up in the card catalogue, find it using the Dewey Decimal System, flip through the pages to find the right spot, and then read all you can to get the information you need. …..Or you could just Google it.
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One of the biggest challenges church leaders face today is how to engage their people long term. It’s much easier to draw someone in for a one time event or short series; it’s so much more difficult, however, to keep them actively engaged and attending your church for the duration. It’s the question that plagues so many of us: How do we move our people from simply being visitors to full-time attendees?
Finding the right design fit for your website can feel a lot like trying to find the right pair of glasses.
Hi guys! It’s me, Luke! I’m your resident Clover support guy, web guru, and friend to all of you out there who’ve been assigned the sometimes daunting task of building and maintaining a website for your church. I’ve been a part of the team here at Clover for more than eight years now. I’ve learned a lot along the way about what it takes to create the kind of site that engages visitors and draws them to your church. And now I’m here to share some of those things with you! Welcome to our first ever Ask Luke segment here on the Clover blog. Today, we’re tackling some of the most commonly asked questions our support team gets about building your site with Clover.
A job in ministry is a job of the lifetime. It’s a calling. It’s a privilege. It’s an honor. And it’s also one of the hardest jobs in the world. If you’re a ministry leader or pastor, then you don’t need us to tell you that. You’re living it out every single day. And some of those days are the amazing, fulfilling, God inspired days where you go home and think, “Wow, I can’t believe I get to do this for a living.” And others of those days are the difficult, tiring, challenging days where you go home and think, “Wow, I don’t know if I can keep doing this for a living.”