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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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Let OWT upgrade your website to use our powerful CMS (Content Management System) that includes a great many powerful features and easy content mangement.  The OWT CMS is also MOBILE FRIENDLY supporting phones and tablets automatically. 

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!  

Our latest features make our CMS and LMS platforms even better! New Video Chat features and Distance Learning Options in our Summer 2020 updates!

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

Google appears to be pushing for the premature rollout of automated features to further develop its machine learning (at the expense of the advertiser). Here are some ways to review your accounts to avoid pitfalls.

Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.


We caught up with Moz’s CEO, Sarah Bird to uncover emerging trends in the search scape, SEO, audience behaviors, and a lot more!

The post CEO’s take on emerging industry trends and strategies: Q&A with Moz’s Sarah Bird appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


How do you craft meaningful content that persuades consumers? Use your passion for greater insights. 3 essential tips for using a passion to enrich content.

The post How to use personal passions to create meaningful content appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Cloudinary's VP of Marketing discusses how to optimize at a global scale to increase audience engagement.

The post Optimizing the browser long tail across platforms, devices, and countries appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Google isn’t the only search engine worth focusing on as a marketer. Diversify and widen your audience reach by ranking for Bing using these five SEO tips.

The post Five excellent tips to optimize SEO for Bing – not Google appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


#510 — October 16, 2020

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JavaScript Weekly

webpack 5 Releasedwebpack is arguably the most popular bundler right now and this is the first major release in over two years. We get big improvements to caching (and therefore performance), reduced bundle sizes with better tree shaking, and a variety of breaking changes to prepare for the future (automatic Node polyfills are gone, for one).


npm 7.0 Released — With millions of users, resulting in 75 billion package downloads per month, npm has undoubtedly been a huge success and npm 7 is now here (and will also come with Node.js 15.0 next week). Key features include workspaces, installation of peer dependencies, and support for yarn.lock.

Myles Borins

Monitor Frontend Performance With User-Centric Metrics — Page load time isn't enough to guarantee you're providing a solid user experience; your users care about perceived performance. Learn to track interactivity metrics like `firstInteraction` so you can build for impact. Your users will thank you.

New Relic sponsor

Rust Meets the Web - A Clash of Programming Paradigms? — There’s a lot to enjoy here about how Rust is taking steps into the browser via WebAssembly and how its approaches ‘clash’ with the Web and JS ways of doing things: “JavaScript was not built in one day. And just like JavaScript evolved to fit the browser, Rust will need to grow, too. I am optimistic that we, the communities of Rust and JavaScript, will come up with great solutions.”

Jakob Meier

Babel 7.12.0 Released with TypeScript 4.1 Beta Support and More — It’s a minor version but Babel is such a part of the fabric of the JavaScript ecosystem that any new features can have a big impact. 7.12 adds support for webpack 5, template literal types, class static blocks, and more.

Nicolò Ribaudo

⚡️ Quick bytes:

💻 Jobs

Senior Software Engineer, Front-End (Fully Remote/UK) — We're looking for exceptional engineers to join our remote dev team and help us revolutionise dental practices the world over.


Front End JavaScript Product Engineer (Remote within Australia) — JavaScript Product Developer - Build exceptional next-gen products using THE latest technology. $120-140k + Super + Equity + Benefits.

Find Your Next Job Through Vettery — Create a profile on Vettery to connect with hiring managers at startups and Fortune 500 companies. It's free for job-seekers.


📚 Tutorials, Opinions and Stories

Create TypeScript Declarations from JavaScript and JSDocEven if you don’t write your code in TypeScript you can still generate .d.ts files to provide more information to developer tools.

Nicholas C. Zakas

▶  Microsoft's Node.js for Beginners Series — If you or someone you know needs to step onto the Node.js train or just revise what you already know, this up to date series of brief screencasts from Microsoft could fit the bill.


Don't Copy Paste Into A Shell – Here's Why — As well as being merely good advice, this demo shows how the Clipboard API can be used to maliciously change what users copy and paste from a page. (Luckily some terminals – such as Windows Terminal – can mitigate the problem.)

Brian Tracy

Build an Authenticated JAMstack App with Next.js, Airtable, Tailwind CSS, and Auth0 — A detailed guide to building a Jamstack application with authentication features using Next.js. Be sure to check out the accompanying video tutorial series. (Via our Jamstack newsletter)

James Quick

Passwordless Authentication with Next.js, Prisma, and Next-Auth — How to add passwordless authentication to a Next.js app, so users can log in with GitHub or a Slack-styled magic link.

Prisma sponsor

▶  Setting Up Automatic Deployment with GitHub Actions — A 40-minute screencast that goes through setting up a GitHub Actions powered flow for deploying an app.

Anson the Developer

Testing Non-Exported Functions — To test an exported function, just import it. But what about non-exported functions?

Samantha Ming

A Webpack 5 Headache — Node’s most prolific module creator reflects on the issues webpack 5 raises for Node module maintainers after its decision to remove automatic Node API polyfills.

Sindre Sorhus

How to Make a First Contribution to an Open Source Project — If you’re looking to break into making open source contributions but the process seems a bit intimidating, this handy Twitter thread should provide some reassurance.

Simon Høiberg on Twitter

TypeScript: Stop Using `any`, There's a Type For That

Applying React Component Patterns in Ember.js

▶  7 Ways Angular Components Can Share Data

🔧 Code & Tools

Detect GPU: Determine What Tier of Graphics Performance Users Have — Imagine user agent capability detection but for the GPU. This returns information about the user’s graphics capabilities including a simple 0-3 score as to the level of rendering power available which you could use to turn on/off extraneous visual effects. Demo here.

Tim van Scherpenzeel

Wallaby.js: 15x Faster JavaScript/Jest Testing and Debugging — Forget about breakpoints and `console.log`, test stories and time travel debugging is the future.

Wallaby.js sponsor

essentia.js: Music and Audio Signal Analysis and Processing — Targeting both real-time and offline use cases, essentia.js is powered by the eponymous C++ library via WebAssembly.


Day.js: A 2KB Immutable Date Library Alternative to Moment.js — A minimalist library that parses, validates, manipulates, and displays dates and times for modern browsers with a largely Moment.js-compatible API.


VueTailwind: Responsive HTML Components Made with Vue and Tailwind — Many of the components are “coming soon” but there’s enough here to poke around. Each component gives you a mobile and desktop view and some are CSS-only.

Saleh Mir

Human Interval: Human Readable Time Distance Parser — Rather than turn times into English (e.g. ‘two minutes’), this does the opposite.


Introducing Repluggable: Solving The Dependency Model Challenge with Micro Frontends & Contracts

Wix Engineering sponsor

dragmove.js: A Tiny Library to Make DOM Elements Draggable — Comes in at just 500 bytes with no dependencies and touch support. Demo here.

Kailash Nadh

Bueno: A Tiny, Composable Validation Library in TypeScript — Aims to improve on other form validation libraries and can also be used as a lightweight API validation library.

Philip Nilsson

vue-speedometer: Speedometer-Style Gauges for Vue

Arun Kumar

Reveal.js 4.1: An HTML Presentation Framework — The 4.1.0 release notes.

Hakim El Hattab

ReactGrid: Add Spreadsheet-Like Behavior to a React App

Silevis Software


SEMrush’s Head of Global Marketing, Olga Andrienko, reveals all the ins and outs of Google’s ‘People also ask’ feature to bring optimization insights for businesses willing to leverage PAA to their advantage.

The post ‘People also ask’ (PAA) feature: Uncovering Google’s hidden gem appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


How do you create white papers that actually convert? We share a five-step guide to design papers that will generate leads for your agency.

The post Agency lead generation: How to create white papers that convert appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Bringing technology and talent to maximize market insights and prescribe action. Jim Yu, Founder and CEO of BrightEdge discusses the essentials of being an agile marketer.

The post The agile marketer: Building agility with technology and talent appeared first on Search Engine Watch.