Regardless of whether you are using PayPal Express Checkout or Website Payments Standard, your customers do not need to register with PayPal before they make a purchase. Website Payments Standard does not require that your customer have a PayPal account. [...]
Tips to Secure Your WordPress Site Against Brute Force Login Attacks Categories: Wordpress You may have heard of, or have fell victim to, the recents attacks on WordPress driven sites across the Web. Since about a week ago, a botnet [...]
Unlike most birds, owls are nocturnal with a large head and forward facing large eyes. Their eyes are fixed in their sockets, and some are able to rotate their head up to 270 degrees. With exceptional vision, acute hearing, and [...]
This page automatically updates with the last 30 days users’ screen size and web browser history using Clicky Web Stats. There is none! It’s impossible to design a website to look the same in every browser, platform and screen resolution, [...]
Using menus in Wordpress has been improved over the last couple of years and now has a visual 'Menu Editor' under appearance in the admin area. This has been added to make the creation and selection of menu items easier, [...]
WordPress has been around since 2003 and is the most popular blogging software on the market. Over the last few years, WordPress has also become the content management software of choice for non-blogging websites. Here are the top 10 reasons [...]
Setting Up Your POP or IMAP Email Address in Microsoft Outlook This tutorial shows you how to set up Microsoft Outlook 2003® to work with your e-mail account. This tutorial focuses on setting up Microsoft Outlook 2003, but these settings [...]
How to setup an IMAP account in Outlook 2010 This article explains how to setup Outlook 2010 for email synchronization. You will be guided through modifying your existing accounts (if you have any) and configuring Outlook 2010 to synchronize with Gmail. At this point you should have completed the setup of Gmail for email synchronization.
When assessing a companies website there are a number of things you need to understand before you can even think about the design.
Site goalsThe most important question is what would be counted as a success for the website and therefore the goals. Unless you thoroughly understand this part, the efforts you put into design and build could end up being wasted. The normal goals for a website are:
- Raise awareness for the company (eg. SEO rankings, blogs, social networking)
- Increase sales
- Bring in new business
- Promote a product or event
Basic steps to getting into the world of video podcasting? Have some home movies that you want the world to see? Want to market a product? Are you an unabashed exhibitionist? YouTube is your place. The instructions below are a [...]