Giving Tuesday is December 3rd this year. Following up Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday takes a different turn as it starts off the holiday giving season. Make sure your organization is ready.
How can you create good passwords and share them securely? Find out best practices and suggested services here.
A client asked us to inverse the order in which their recent newsletters displayed their homepage. But the list of newsletters is automatically generated. So what did we do?
One of the pain points of upgrading a WordPress site is plugin or theme interactions. There are so many moving parts, and on a large site, how can you easily tell if something goes wrong? Find out how this visual regression tool came to the rescue.
Do you recognize phishing emails when they come in? Some will make it past your email’s spam detector, so you need to know how to recognize a phishing scam email.
The conversation about web cookies has changed over the years. Since their introduction, legislators have been wary of cookies – whether because they didn’t understand what they were, or because they had an inkling of what might come in the future, is anyone’s guess. Now, cookies and GDPR, together, are at the forefront of the conversation.
WordPress 5.2.3 fixes a number of security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.
A page builder gives you a visitor-side view of your website, and allows you to place content visually on your website. This is the same principle that is often used in hosted “website builder” solutions like Wix or SquareSpace. Do you need one?
It’s important to use both human and artificial intelligence, or automation, when detecting malicious code on websites. In website security, multi-layer security is a must. With both automated methods and human eyes, we are able to catch and eradicate more issues more quickly and efficiently.
We had an interesting and challenging request come up recently when setting up a Gravity Form (our favorite WordPress form plugin) for a client. The main requirement was to have two separate values for the same item in a form. A sponsorship level would have both a cost and a fair market value. See how we solved it.