Category Archives: Coding

Peter BoydUpgrading to an SSL? Review Our Checklist First

SSL certificates are fairly inexpensive and can promote more trust in your website. However, if you are upgrading to an SSL you will want to make sure you do a few things.

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Peter BoydBig Ideas for Website Design, Content and Internet Marketing

It’s always fun to look forward and anticipate the big ideas of the next few months. It can be easy to tell when a style is emerging, but sometimes you have to take a leap of faith and go with your gut.

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Allan CrawleySupport for Older Versions of Internet Explorer Ends

Beginning January 12, 2016, only the current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical support and security updates.

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Peter BoydBeware of Your Own Content: Do You Own the Data Export of Your Blog?

You wrote your website content and posted it yourself using your online CMS. You own the copyright to the content. When you leave your web development team you also have every right to the data … but, in what format?

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Peter BoydComprehensive Website Launch Checklist & Quality Assurance Checklist

Review our Web Launch Quality Assurance Checklist and Website Launch Checklist.

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Peter BoydHow NOT to Mess Up a New Website Launch

Instead of chaos you should have a comprehensive process for launching a website. A process minimizes errors and keeps launch day a fun day.

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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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