UPDATE: Feb. 2, 2016 8:15 am- We had to purchase a private server yesterday because of the heavy traffic and we are resuming the building of the new site this morning. It is almost complete except for the three categories on the bottom of the main page and replacing missing photos. It is really fast now and you can get on easily. We had nearly 40,000 visitors in a five hour period yesterday which was way more than we expected. Thanks for sticking with us. –Mark
LOUISA, Ky. The management of TheLevisaLazer.com is introducing a brand new, rebuilt from the ground up website for our sponsors and viewers today, February 1, 2016.
Instead of continuing to add to the old site which was stretched to the max with traffic and features, we decided to start from the bottom and build it back up. And we decided to let our viewers watch the new site while it is being loaded today.
The banner ads will all be rotating at the top of the page like usual but we decided to allow all of them to be viewable at the same time while we add the rotating mechanism. You will see the changes being made as the day progresses including new stories, pictures, headings and features.
“It has taken four days of intense work to get this done by our target date,” Publisher Mark Grayson said. “But it is almost done except for the finishing touches and although it was quite expensive, it should last a long time and give us plenty of space to continue growing.”
“We decided to have this done during the snow storm last week and when we discovered we had been attacked 172 times by hackers, we decided to put the best software in the business on The Lazer and add new security software as well.”
The work is being done by Jason Phillips of StrongCode, Inc., one of the nation’s leading website developers and hosted by GoDaddy.com
The fact that school was out also gave us enough time to start all over again instead of just patching and have it done by the time school resumed.
“Please take time to click on our sponsor ads and do business with them all you can so we can keep this growing phenomenon going,” Grayson said.
The Lazer will continue to be a FREE services for the people of our area.