I'm not a front end developer - I'll be the first one to tell you that (I'm a chef!). That doesn't mean I don't feel the pain of being a FED, though. In the past, a really tough task for our front end team has been styling Sitecore's Webforms For Marketers. The way these forms work, the HTML that is outputted onto the page is generated during the page load, so all of the style definitions have to be made and put onto the page beforehand. After many hours of tedious CSS tinkering, eventually the form looks the way we want and stays in the right place.   

For those of you who have managed paid search accounts with more than a handful of campaigns, you most likely have asked or heard the question, "Why Did We Pause That Ad?".

Nicole Hess

Aug
18,
2014
by Nicole Hess

My husband loves dinner parties. Last minute dinner parties, to be exact.  I eat, he cooks (except for desserts), therefore I'm glad for whatever dinner is made and if friends join, well, even better!  Until.  Until I decided that I wanted to start making desserts other than brownies from a box. 

How well do you know Philadelphia? That was the theme of this summer's quarterly company outing. We trekked across the street to Mad River, an extremely popular Philly college bar, located in our charming Philly suburb of Manayunk.

Josh Finkelstein

Aug
06,
2014
by Josh Finkelstein

Meet Nicole Hess, our stellar Senior SEO Strategist. Nicole has a diverse background across all kinds of marketing channels and is our resident expert on local SEO. Find out more about Nicole below and be sure to connect with her on Twitter - you won't be disappointed! 

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