Category Archives: Coding

Karim portraitHow to Transfer Your PHP/MySQL Site to XAMPP for Local Development and Debugging

About six months ago, PHP 5.6 reached End-Of-Life, which means that for the months before December 2018, I was tasked with updating code on some sites that were not PHP 7.2 compliant. To do this without affecting the live site,…

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David portraitHow to Properly Add Images to your Website for Better SEO & Speed Performance [Guide]

Images are a crucial part of any website design, but if they are not added correctly, they can do more harm than good. As a result, PaperStreet has compiled our tips and best practices on how to properly add images to…

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Pete Boyd portraitTotal Control History – What is Editable, What is Not and Why

Total Control is our base Content Management System (CMS). It has been running for over 15 years now and supports hundreds of law firms. Clients can edit almost everything on their website, but we do run into situations where some…

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Ian portraitHow to Insert “Jumping” Footnotes Within Your Content

Footnotes are often used when writing a paper as a way of citing your work for plagiarism purposes. They can also be used to give the reader a reference to where an idea or fact came from if it is…

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Andrew portraitHiring – Front-End Web Developer. Code. Code. Code.

Are you a kick-butt web developer? If you know CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, and love web standards, then we want to talk to you. PaperStreet is looking to add a web developer to our team. We are looking for someone who is talented, fun and passionate about the web.

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Pete Boyd portraitGet An SSL. Google Chrome to Mark Non-HTTPS Sites As ‘Not Secure’ in July 2018.

Consider this your four-month warning to get your website to go with HTTPS.  In a follow-up to our post about Google Chrome marking sites as not secure when in incognito mode, Google is now rolling it out to all versions of Chrome this summer – sometime in July.

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Google’s Featured Snippets: How to Make Your Content Stand out in SERPs

Google has been rolling out its featured snippets function for some time now, and it has the internet marketing world buzzing. For SEO experts, our goal has always been getting our clients to rank for position #1 in the search results. However, with the addition of featured snippets, we are all scrambling to understand the science (or mysterious SEO magic) behind the coveted “position 0.”

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Andrew portraitNow Hiring – Web Development Intern

Job Description: Web Development Intern PaperStreet is seeking a talented Web Development Intern. We need someone who isn’t afraid to call themselves a nerd and express their love for development tasks.  We are looking for a candidate who is eager…

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Kyle portrait5 Things Your Web Developer Wished You Knew

Building a website is no small feat. As a developer, I know firsthand just how many intricate details go into creating a new site. That being said, the full extent of work on the development end is not something the…

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Kyle portrait5 Tools the Development Team Couldn’t Live Without

Want to know which tools our development team couldn’t live without? Kyle is here with their top-five picks for getting the job done.

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