Just the facts on moving your site to SSL/HTTPS for our clients.
Starting in October of this year, the Google Chrome browser is going to start scaring your website viewers by showing them a warning for non SSL sites
I say “finally” because this thing was actually written two years ago and sadly I just never got it completely finalized and posted. It’s something that I remembered from time to time but again just never managed to get it posted. About a week ago, I found the files again and it was time to […]
Updated: September 6, 2018 What is PHP? Let’s geek out a little bit here, if you don’t mind. For those who don’t know, PHP is a programming language that popular web platforms/CMS’ are written in, WordPress and Drupal for example are written in PHP. PHP is an open source language and like most software is […]
2017 Q1 Report In my continued effort from the end of 2016 when I posted “State of the Biz 2016 (Annual)“, I figured I would post another State of the Biz report. I like the idea of the transparency even though it’s not like we have stock holders to answer to or any thing like that. I […]
“High Availability” means that each database has 2 replicas and if one of those were to have a problem the other two remain online and the hosted websites are unaffected. This also aids in website load times.
An update to an article I wrote exactly 2 years ago. Many of the challenges remain the same but the stakes are much higher as Google penalizes those sites that are not SSL compliant.
We are happy to announce that we’ve been named a 2017 Card Member Favorite. We work with a lot of clients and thanks to American Express® Card Members—who continue to choose us again and again—our business has been recognized for being a preferred provider of website support.
A dog’s legacy is typically limited to the memory of its family. However back in 2011, I named this company after the most prominent physical trait of my black lab (Guinness)
2016 Annual Report Nothing formal here, just thought I would write up a quick report on the state of the business at the end of 2016. I also figured it wouldn’t be a bad practice to do these kind of things a few times a year (maybe quarterly), but we’ll see how dedicated I remain. […]