Kill Switch on Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10


On January 12 Microsoft will release an “End of Life” patch to IE 8, 9 and 10. This means these browsers will no longer receive regular maintenance and technical support. A notification will go out to users running these versions to upgrade to the newest version, Internet Explorer 11. The patch will also include a […]

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Mobile-geddon: Is your site mobile friendly?


On April 21st, 2015, Google made a major update to its search algorithm which favors mobile friendly websites. A mobile friendly website has larger text, easy-to-tap buttons, and resizes to fit the width of the device its being viewed on, regardless of the type of smart phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. Despite Google’s announcement […]

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Maintaining a Website


Completed websites still require some tender, loving care. When maintaining a website keep these things in mind. There are two sides to maintaining a website: software updates and content updates. Software Updates Any website that uses a CMS, blog, or security features may require regular updates to plugins, security software, and CMS bug fixes. Checking […]

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The Importance of Responsive Web Design in 2015

Importance of responsive design in 2015

Responsive design is optimized for mobile device and tablet users. The increase of these devices in web browsing has been on a fast incline since 2014. Mobile web browsing is absolutely the way of the future. In order to stay at pace along with this phenomenon our websites must also evolve. By the end of 2014, […]

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Submitting Google Adwords Conversion Tracking Code via Ajax With Ease

Placing google adwords conversion tracking within the code that an ajax call makes reference to does not work well with Google. They don’t see to recognize request. Instead, us the conversion tracking code provided by Google Analtics and modify it as per below. Include this new code once your ajax request is successful. $.post(‘/ajax-call-file.php’, { […]

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Shellshock Bug Affects Hundreds of Millions of Hosting Servers

Shellshock bug affects hundreds of thousands of web hosting servers

A recently discovered bug found on many computer systems has server administrators and computer owners scrambling. The aptly named Shellshock bug is a flaw in a computer program known as Bash  which makes hundreds of millions of computers susceptible to hijacking. It’s extremely likely that the impact of Shellshock will exceed that of the Heartbleed […]

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