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Category Archives: Coding

David“This site may be hacked” Message Appearing? MailChimp URL Could Be the Cause

Recently, our client’s website was assigned the message “This site may be hacked” by Google within the search engine results page. We went through all of the necessary steps to ensure the website was not hacked and didn’t contain any malicious code.

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AndrewHow to Increase the Speed of Your Website

In Google’s latest algorithm changes, they have increased the importance of having a website that loads fast across all platforms and devices.

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Peter BoydHow Domains, Name Servers, DNS and Websites Work

The first step in getting a website live is to secure a domain name. The real internet runs on IP addresses such as 209.114.48.22. A domain name is simply a friendly name such as paperstreet.com so that we do not have to remember that long IP address.

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Peter BoydLaw Firms Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Government Website Rules for Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act In an effort to ensure that all individuals with disabilities have access to programs, services and related activities, all government websites (state, local and federal) must comply with the…

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Peter BoydChrome and Firefox Plugins We Recommend for Web Design and Development

Plugins Our Team Can’t Live Without Listed below are resources that our team uses for web design and development.  Do you have any others?  We would love to hear from you. Leave a reply in the comments, or tweet us,…

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