Sitesurfer Publishing Delivers New Web Site Design for Children's Alliance of New Hampshire

January 14, 2003

CONCORD, NH - Sitesurfer Publishing developed and implemented a new Web site design for the Children's Alliance of New Hampshire today. The timing of this redesign and debut coincided with the release of the 2003 Children's Agenda by the New Hampshire Child Advocacy Network.

The Children's Alliance needed a visual and technical update to their site to further their communication goals. The site was converted to PHP and extensive use of Cascading Style Sheets rendered a cleaner, quicker, and more efficient site.

The Children's Alliance of New Hampshire ( is a statewide, research based advocacy organization which has worked for more than fourteen years to improve the health and well-being of children in New Hampshire. Their vision is to make New Hampshire one of the best places anywhere for a child to grow up, a place where every child is valued and no child is left behind.

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