As a web designer, I like to stay on top of the current thinking on how to deliver online content more beautifully, efficiently, and with the best results. So I go to the occasional webby Meetup to find out what my colleagues know about the state of web design.
Here’s what I told BC travel writers about social media at the BCATW Travel Writing Symposium over the weekend.
Secure Your WordPress Website shows what evil can befall an unprotected website and offers a road map to protecting yours. Also, how to recover from a hack. And it’s free with subscription!
WordCamp is the SXSW for WordPress users, a grassroots-organized tech conference for both users and developers, with sessions both basic and advanced.
After all the hard work you’ve put into your precious website, being hacked can make you feel angry, violated and a little bit dirty. And traumatized. But to save your site, you have to put your emotions aside and get to work. And, fast!
The SSL Certificate has been kicking around for a while as yet another tool in the website protection toolbox. You’ve seen it before, the “s” at the end of “http” and the tiny green lock icon with the word, “Secure” next to it. Those have appeared in the address bar of big sites for a long […]