Today, the Cathedral Church of St. Peter website relaunched on the Kentico CMS platform. Tim Staney donated the database and server space to the Cathedral and installed the free edition of Kentico CMS. The new website contains over a hundred pages of content, photos and events to serve the more than twenty-five ministries hosted at the Cathedral. The centerpiece of the site is a Jquery image slideshow featuring pictures of clergy and parishioners at the church. Assisting Tim Staney with the transition were content editors Canon Jamie McElroy, Martha Goodwill, Luke Goodwill, Judy Stark and Judy Evans.
For more on this site, visit: spcathedral.net
About Tim Staney
has more than ten years of web development experience building enterprise-grade web applications for Fortune 500, small business and not-for-profit enterprises across the United States and Canada over a wide-range of industries. Tim specializes in ASP.NET (C#) development with a focus on user experience, content management and publishing management systems and social media integration. Tim Staney
is a resident of St. Petersburg, Florida and active member of his community. Tim Staney
is a member of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in downtown St. Petersburg, FL where he sits on the Cathedral Communications Council, is the Moderator for the Friends of St. Aelred (an LGBT Episcopal social justice and fellowship organization) and is also a bass in the Cathedral choir.
Tim Staney is a member of the American Marketing Association, <uwebd /> - University Web Developers and a Microsoft Website Spark business partner.
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