Hacker Surge of 2016

A dramatic change has taken place in the world of web design following the vicious and relentless hacker surge of 2016. Our graphic illustrates the worldwide web connections and security vulnerability points involving hardware and software. Besides a design, web developers must advise small business clients about security awareness, strategy, and action plans. No site … Read more

Beware of Email Scams

2016 is historic for a staggering increase in website hacking, yet site owners need to beware of email scams. Your online business or personal security may be at risk if you unwittingly open email and download malware. The illustration shown is a marked up copy of an actual email I received that points out 4 … Read more

Facebook Hacked or Impersonated

Please review our Facebook Hacked or Impersonated tutorial before you panic over fake Facebook duplicate friend requests. Know the Difference Were You Hacked or Impersonated? If “hacked” they would have access including your password and changed it, then be posting on your wall. You’d be locked out. If someone created a new account and “impersonated” … Read more

WordPress Dominates CMS Platforms

Trends in web development choices for a Content Management System indicate WordPress dominates all CMS platforms. Source Credit: w3techs.com CMS Trend Report Our 2016 graphic extracted from w3techs.com shows that non-CMS continues to drop as users choose CMS to manage content. A CMS, or Content Management System, allows website owners to easily add, edit, or … Read more

Charity Support Page

A charity support page was added to our website to showcase charities that we actively support within a worldwide community. Kiva Third World Lending – Kiva.org are a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. They provide zero interest loans to persons who may not qualify for traditional financing. … Read more

Historic Day 21 April 2015

Google website key phrase ranking depends on alogrithms to score search position, and 21 April 2015 will be remembered as a historic day. Websites enjoying key phrases on Google page one may be surprised to find out they lost page one position to a mobile friendly competitor. As illustrated in our graphic, the announced algorithm … Read more