Don’t let that legal jargon-y title put you off. We’ve mentioned GDPR (the European General Data Protection Regulation) in the past. It is a European privacy regulation that came into effect on May 25, 2018. Its goal is to force “privacy by design” as the normal state of affairs. When the regulation came into effect,…
WordPress plugins are great. They add functionality to your site with the click of a button. You don’t have to know how to program anything, you just click, add, and they work. Until they don’t, or until they interfere with other plugins on your site. And then you’re left to sort things out, resolve conflicts,…
In previous posts, we’ve talked about what caching is and why caching can be problematic. In this article, learn how to clear your cache (also called browser history) in the Chrome browser.
You may be reluctant to clear your browser cache for fear of having to log into all your websites again when the browser erases your cookies and forgets your passwords. Learn how to save your passwords – and an even better solution.
Are you a small organization on a budget, or maybe a one-man or one-woman show? Afraid you can’t afford a custom-built website solution? Here are website options for organizations on a budget.
As of December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg are here. Don’t delay; read up on what you need to know NOW.
October 18 and 19, 2018, WooCommerce is sponsoring WooSesh, a free webinar focusing on WooCommerce shops.
Today, we’d like to shout out to acknowledge some of the great website security moves our clients have made, on their own initiative, to improve their website security strategy. You are the most important element in your website’s security strategy!
Phishing attacks can be successful because the emails may look convincing or because the person reading the email may be only skimming and skip over the email’s red flags. There is a phishing email making the rounds at the moment, targeting WordPress website owners. Learn how to avoid falling for these scams.