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Responsive Website Design

Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a new approach to designing websites that provides an efficient and automatic resizing of the website based on the user’s browser’s device and resolution. With RWD, websites will load in an optimal state on desktop … Read More

Website Hacks and Intrusions

There are an increasing number of websites being hacked, and this can cause websites to malfunction, be entirely disabled, or even worse, hijacked. There are several types of hacks with different ramifications and fixes. The most common type of hack … Read More

Website & Email Outages

No matter how good a web hosting company is, there will be times when their servers go down. This will cause your website hosted on the server to be unavailable, and perhaps your email as well. A server down can … Read More

Accepting Payments with PayPal

Accepting credit cards as payment will get you paid by customers fast and easy. To stay competitive in today’s aggressive business environment, healthy companies need to take credit cards for payment. However, the monthly statement charges and transaction processing charges … Read More

What is HTML5?

HTML5 is the new standard of HTML, the language used to code and lay out web pages. HTML5 builds many new features into the native web coding and removes the need for additional browser plugins. It was designed to be … Read More

The Death of LogMeIn Free

I have been using LogMeIn to remotely log into my office computers for several years now. LogMeIn provided a free and easy way to connect without the hassle of changing any router ports or firewall setting, and it gave me … Read More

The Metro Theme

One of the major overhauls of Windows 8 was an entirely redesigned theme called the “Metro” theme. The point of Microsoft introducing the Metro theme is to provide a more “hip” and trendy version of Windows and to give a … Read More

Why I Uninstalled Windows 8

I recently purchased several new computers for home and office use. Since October 2012, all new computers started shipping with Windows 8. I was perfectly content with Windows 7, but figured once I am upgrading computers, I should go with … Read More

Multiple Domains for a Single Website

When people form a new company, often they are not sure about the name they want to use for their website. Since domain names are inexpensive (at less than $15 per year for the typical .com), I usually suggest buying … Read More

Safely Checking Domain Names

When you start a new website, the first step is to buy a domain name. If you thought of a good name to use, it’s probably already taken. However, combinations of words or unique identifiers are often available, and it … Read More