Web security should be a priority for any website owner. Here are some reasons why.
Starting this October 2017 the Chrome browser version 62 will start to mark all non secure web pages as “No Secure” in the browser address bar. Get your site ready for SSL now.
Password management guru Bill Burr says we’re all doing passwords wrongly. He regrets his advice of 15 years ago. Find out why?
Beware of fake domain name phishing attacks using English looking unicode character domain names on Chrome and Firefox browsers. Security severity is HIGH.
A vulnerability in the WordPress REST API is being exploited by hackers to deface and remote execute scripts on sites running WordPress 4.7 adn 4.7.1. The issue has been fixed in version 4.7.2.
On-line selling isn’t just about shipping physical products. There are many different ways make money on-line using WooCommerce. Here are a few ideas.
You’ve probably heard of the term Black Hat SEO but do you know what it means as far as implementation and the risks you run to your online business and reputation?
Are you confused about which SSL cert you should purchase? We look at the types of available SSL Certs and explain the different uses of each for your website and why they differ in prices.
Here’s what to expect in WordPress 4.2 and the roadmap for WordPress core development in 2015.
Have you ever noticed how you sometimes ‘lose’ periods of time when watching a film or engrossed in a really good book. Development can be like that too.