As developers, major version changes to a CMS are always exciting - and stressful. With major version changes, we are introduced to new functions and abilities that we may not have had in the past. However, we may also run into breaking changes. So what can we expect from WordPress 5.0?Read more >
We all want to perform well, especially when it comes to attracting customers. These days, with so much business conducted on the Internet, the performance of your website is absolutely critical. Ask yourself, "Are my web pages slow to load?" If your website loads slowly or incorrectly, it can cause you to lose leads! None of us wants that, right?Read more >
Does it matter who is hosting your website? Does it really make a difference, or are all hosting companies the same?
Like cell phone companies, hosting companies may look identical on the surface, but the performance and services of each vary wildly. If you've never had good service, you wouldn't know what is bad service is, and the same is true of hosting.Read more >
Have you ever been asked to agree to a Terms and Conditions statement when you visited a website? (If not, I'm impressed - they're everywhere).
Did you skip reading it entirely and continue on as if it were a small bump in the road?
A 301 redirect is as simple as it sounds...a redirect of a current Internet URL to a new Internet URL. The 301 redirect tells all Internet traffic that "you typed in x, but need to go to y, and I'm sending you there now." End users don't get a notice, a banner, or any type of warning; the redirection just happens.Read more >
If your website has ever been hacked, you know what a nightmare it can be. If you haven’t experienced that, thank your lucky stars and go run your updates right now! (Don’t worry, we’ll remind you how).
Though simply keeping your website updated can't prevent every cyber attack, failure to update is the biggest reason that websites get hacked, and small business are being targeted more than ever.Read more >