had been thinking on how to write concisely (and politely) about how small business owners might separate truth from hype, skill from pretense, know-how from jargon, when they are searching for a qualified person to do their web work. Unexpectedly to the rescue come my esteemed clients, Pascal and Lison of Pascal’s Patisseries who found the words that I didn’t.
he Kye Bay Community website was developed with WordPress. The site has information and posts that are available to the public at large, and also has a membership component that is protected with a login dialog. Members can access a private message board and protected blog posts, i.e. information that is of particular interest to the Kye Bay community (residents … Read More
efore you can publish a website on the Internet, you need to set up some things. The following illustrates the structure of a website that uses a registered domain name. DOMAIN NAMES Domain names are unique and cannot be duplicated. They are a business asset and can be bought and sold. You cannot register a name that belongs to a … Read More
he biggest argument I hear from friends and clients when we talk about creating secure passwords is that they can’t remember them. So they stick to one or two stand-by words for all of their logins. That argument makes me cringe. By now you know about computer viruses and malware and that they are relentlessly out there trying to get … Read More
here is an increased demand for fixing small business websites. The sites may need updating, are unfinished, or broken because of plugin overload or other incompatibilities. Someone else worked on the site, has left, and now the business owner is stuck and needs help. Before I take the job I check the ownership of the domain. Why? I need to … Read More