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Sharepoint 2013 Managed Services

Full lifecycle treatment for your SharePoint 2013 implementation: With Managed Services, Coello Group can offer consistent and manageable service for all of your SharePoint 2013 needs. We will work as an extension to your current team or as dedicated SharePoint 2013 experts. All of Coello Group’s Managed Services packages start with a deep-dive health check which allows us to become […]

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Sharepoint Governance Strategy

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Coello Group is a recognized industry leader in developing and implementing governance strategies for our clients around SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online as well as the technologies for which they integrate such as Microsoft Exchange, Lync 2013 and Project Server. Coello Group’s governance strategies also cover custom development, code promotion and application lifecycle management (ALM). Governance is a […]

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SHAREPOINT CUSTOM DEVELOPMENT

Coello Group ‘s industry recognized development practice covers the full spectrum of SharePoint 2013, Office 365, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Azure which enables us to develop enterprise solutions that are compatible for any architecture regardless of a public, private or hybrid infrastructure. Our tailored approach enables us to develop solutions for our clients with future compatibility and scalability in mind. […]

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how to add a footer in sharepoint 2013

the best way to add a footer on a custom or regular mater page in SharePoint 2013 is: open us your master page in SharePoint designer, notepad or in Dreamweaver go to the bottom of the .html page find the last “div” tag on the page </div> </body> </html> add this right above the last “div” tag <div id=”footer” class=”custom-footer”> this […]

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sharepoint 2013 Remove a table border WITHOUT Designer

Hello. I’ve added a basic table to a content-editor webpart, and SharePoint has thoughtfully given it a default border I can’t get rid of. (There’s no “border” controls on the Table tab.) I have the depressing feeling I’ll need to look at source code to fix this, but I’m not a programmer, so HTML is so much gibberish to me. […]

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Top SEO Tips for 2013

Top SEO Tips for 2013 If we’ve learned anything in 2012, it’s that Google isn’t letting up on low-value tactics. We’ve had the Penguin update,13 Panda updates (so many that we needed a new naming scheme), and a crackdown on low-quality Exact Match Domains (EMDs), to name just a few. While I can’t tell you Google’s next move, I can tell you one thing with […]

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WHY: The Most Important Question in Social Media

WHY: The Most Important Question in Social Media The question for most businesses leaders is not “if” they should be using social media. There are far more important questions to both ask and answer. Did you know that on average 98% of the people who “like” a business Facebook page will never visit the actual page again? They may only […]

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Essential WordPress Tips Part II

Essential WordPress Tips Part II 1. WordPress Editor Tips If you manage a blog or write content, you’ve probably used the WordPress editor a fair amount. But many people haven’t realized its full potential.  Try out the tips below to speed up your workflow and eliminate misspellings and website styling issues. Spellcheck in the WordPress Editor This is a simple […]

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Essential WordPress Tips

Essential WordPress Tips Part I 1. Schedule Blog Posts for the Future The majority of bloggers try to follow a publishing schedule. They post once a month, once a week or once a day. In WordPress, you can schedule posts to go live at a particular time and date, so you don’t need to be at your computer (or even awake) […]

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Static HTML vs Dynamic Websites

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Static HTML vs. Dynamic Websites   There are basically two kinds of websites you can create. 1) Static HTML (Content is uploaded and displayed “as is”) 2) Dynamic (WordPress, Joomla, etc.) Dynamic means information is pulled from a database so you can display your website content by date, category, etc. Think blogs. Static HTML sites are not that popular these days. In […]

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