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OWT has been designing and programming web pages since 1994. A lot has changed in that time, as access speeds have increased and technologies evolved. While technological advancements have been great for both the user and web site owner, it is important to distinguish between what industry innovations are appropriate for each individual client's needs and which are not. OWT has the experience to wade through the technological noise and decide which tech will prove to be the best fit for your application. Whether it be leveraging the growing importance of search engine recognition or ensuring the user experience is positive through an efficient and sleek design, OWT is prepared to create a website beneficial for the client as well as their users. 

We provide cost-effective solutions for most any budget.  From over-the-top sites with an extensive custom feature set down, to the simplest brochure site; we can deliver your next website for less than you think. We also provide you with the tool set to keep your content fresh and compelling. 

Although we have clients throughout the United States, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to our customers in the Kennewick, Richland, Pasco and Walla Walla areas. When it comes to accurately designing and implementing a web site, we put customers first. 

Trust the experience that OWT has gained over such a long time in this relatively young industry. OWT will help you make smarter and more cost-effective decisions to make your web initiative positive, productive and profitable. 


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We can use your design or your graphic designers or create a design for you cost effectively.  Building a site in our CMS is fast and efficient. Most small business sites will cost less than $1000 and be unique and customized to your business and needs!  

Now you can upgrade for less than you think!  For a limited time OWT  is offering a $100 discount on Budget CMS3 Sites and $200 discount on Standard CMS3 design and setup!  Contact us now and see how easy and painless we can make this transition for you!

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No matter your web need let OWT show you just how easy we can make it for you!  We tame the technology for you - you don't have to learn complicated control panels as we can do it all for you.  From domain registration to Email and full-featured web hosting OWT can simplify your web experience immensely. 

Industry News


Productsup's Chris Dessi shows how successfully leveraging Google’s unified mobile search will make retailers most visible to online shoppers today and tomorrow.

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Pumping more money is not the solution. BrandVerity's CEO helps you learn the essential techniques to maintain your position one in paid search listings.

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Have you ever found yourself subscribed to a newsletter you never actually subscribed to? That's part of the dark UX patterns. Dig in for insights.

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An exceptional local SEO campaign starts with a comprehensive website audit. With the right guidance, you can perform a website audit in less than one hour.

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Luke Richards identifies three key skill sets you need to master to become a successful marketer today. Content in partnership with King University Online.

The post What makes a successful marketer in this digital age? appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


For online retailers, the abandoned site/cart problem has many factors. Smart ways to optimize the speed of your ecommerce site and prevent cart abandonment

The post Faster pages, stronger sales: Optimizing ecommerce site speeds appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Channel Factory Consumer Survey reveals contextual opportunities for brands. People are relying on YouTube for positive videos on DIY, cooking, and more.

The post Consumers go to YouTube for uplifting content during COVID-19 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


#482 — April 3, 2020

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JavaScript Weekly

ECMAScript 2020: The Final Feature Set — TC39 has just approved the ECMAScript 2020 spec (a full weekend's bedtime reading right there!) with Ecma GA approval due in a few months, but what’s new? Dr. Axel rounds it up with links to the included stage 4 proposals. If you prefer something more code-driven, Pawel Grzybek has a similar roundup.

Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

TypeScript 3.9 Beta Released — 3.9’s focus is on “performance, polish, and stability” with the most significant change you’re likely to notice being faster compile times.

Daniel Rosenwasser (Microsoft)

Building with Web Components — Web components seek to tilt the balance of web development back towards a standard that has been agreed upon by browser vendors and developers. Explore the history and current state of web components in front-end development.

Heroku sponsor

Perflink: Low Friction JS Benchmarks You Can Share via URL — Version 2 just launched, details here. Tests now run isolated in web workers, ability to save and fork to/from local storage, works cross-browser, and more.

luke jackson

Rendering Charts with OffscreenCanvas — Rendering charts can be an intensive operation for browsers, but what if you could delegate such work to a Web Worker? This post looks at what performance improvements you can realistically expect.

Chris Price

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JavaScript Developer at X-Team (Remote) — Join X-Team and work on projects for companies like Riot Games, FOX, Coinbase, and more. Work from anywhere.


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📘 Articles & Tutorials

A Deep Dive into Pointer Compression in V8 — A very technical post that, gladly, you don’t need to understand in order to enjoy that pointer compression lets the latest version of the V8 JavaScript engine use as much memory as if it were 32 bit while having 64 bit performance.

Igor Sheludko and Santiago Aboy Solanes

Digging Into How An Anti Ad-Blocker Script Works — A developer reverse engineered an ‘ad-blocker blocker’ and picked up some history about ad-blocking on the way.

Hugo Elhaj-Lahsen

Stream Chat API & JavaScript SDK for Custom Chat Apps — Build real-time chat in less time. Rapidly ship in-app messaging with our highly reliable chat infrastructure.

Stream sponsor

Getting JavaScript to Talk to CSS and Sass — Despite being bedfellows for years, sharing data between JavaScript and CSS has not always been the simplest task.

Marko Ilic

▶  An Interview with Kyle Simpson — If you’re a fan of Kyle (long time JavaScript luminary and author of You Don’t Know JS (Yet)) you might enjoy this extensive podcast interview with him.

Leanpub Frontmatter podcast

An Introduction to Lambda Calculus, Explained Through JavaScript

Will Taylor

AppSignal Now Supports Node.js: Roadmap for the Coming Weeks

AppSignal sponsor

▶  How to Sing a Song with the Speech Synthesis API and async/await — A fun little project if you want to play along.

Jad Joubran

JavaScript Logical Operators — Covers ||, &&, and !. Part of Preston’s series on JavaScript fundamentals, so probably not a lot here for advanced devs, but there might be a few tidbits in here for everyone.

Preston Lamb

🔧 Code & Tools

Notyf: A Simple Library for 'Toast' Notifications — ‘Toast’ notifications are those non-modal, unobtrusive notifications you often get in the corner of the screen. Notyf makes them easy to produce in JavaScript too. No dependencies, good accessibility, and responsive. GitHub repo.

Carlos Roso

Rickshaw 1.7: A Toolkit for Creating Interactive Time-Series Graphs — A nice demo page here, complete with code samples. Just been updated for the first time in 2 years. From the folks at Shutterstock, who we use for all of our stock art and graphics :-)


Trianglify: Algorithmically Generated Triangle Art — At first this sounds a bit like a meaningless experiment but generating such backgrounds can be a great way to bring some flavor to pages and apps.

Quinn Rohlf

Retool: Build Internal Tools a Lot Faster, with Less Maintenance — UI building blocks connect to any DB and API. Hackable by design — use JavaScript anywhere and query JSON with SQL.

Retool sponsor

Plotly.js: A Charting Library Built on D3 and Stack.gl — Amazingly, we last featured Plotly.js 5 years ago when it first launched, and now it has 11K stars but continues to pop out frequent new releases, like this week’s 1.53.0.


simdjson 0.3: The Fastest JSON Parser in The World — An open source C++ library (sorry, it’s not JavaScript!) with one goal: parse JSON documents very fast (like 3 gigabytes per second fast.)

Daniel Lemire

Clack: A Modern Keyboard Shortcut Library Written in TypeScript — Looks like a fairly intuitive and simple API and also has a React version.


TypeScript2Cxx: A TypeScript to C++ Transpilerts2cpp was another project in this vein.

Alex D

A React-Powered HTML5 Raycasting Demo — Very simple visually but it’s interesting how React was used for this. Play with it here.

Andrew X

Bungholio: Get Alerts When Products Become Available on Amazon — Sorry, I just had to include something lighthearted this week, and as a prolific MTV watcher in the 90s, the name got me..

John Titus

📮 Introducing JAMstacked..

It's not often we launch a new newsletter, but JAMstacked is a new email digest from us covering the JavaScript, API, and Markup (i.e. JAMstack) movement. Brian Rinaldi will be the one bringing you a bi-weekly round-up on the evolving JAMstack ecosystem — we've got a couple of issues up now for you to take a look at and get a taste.