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Monthly: November 2016

Manually Disabling WordPress Plugins: Make It Easy with These Tips

Posted by Jamison on 2016/11/15.

Whenever you install a new plugin, problems may arise. This may come in the form of the inability to view websites; failure to see colors, fonts, and images associated with a theme plugin; temporary login blocks; and even the inability to disable the recently installed plugin. One of the quickest ways…

Joomla Resources Compromised? Here’s What You Can Do

Posted by Jamison on 2016/11/09.

As website masters or website owners ourselves, you need to understand how worrisome, even scary having a hacked site is. When a hacker targets your site and renders it inaccessible, you need to act quickly, or you put yourself, your brand, and your website at even greater risk. Quickly spreading damage Although…

Having a Website vs. Taking Advantage of Facebook

Posted by Jamison on 2016/11/08.

In order to strengthen your business and achieve your long-term goals, you have to create an online presence for it. There are many ways you can start establishing an online identity, with your two leading options including creating a website and a Facebook page. So which one should you start with? Facebook…

Error Pages: Editing, Correcting, and Saying Goodbye to Them

Posted by Jamison on 2016/11/07.

HTTP codes are basically the status description of URLs visited by web users. They can either mean successful access, or in many other cases, unsuccessful attempts. When a user encounters an HTTP codes in the form of an error message, it usually starts with the number 4 or 5, followed by…

Eliminating DNS Cache Content for MacOS

Posted by Jamison on 2016/11/04.

When you view or visit websites or webpages, the DNS (Domain Name Server) cache saves their IP address, or their exact location. In many situations, this can be very useful. However, this does not mean you should totally disregard the DNS cache and do nothing to clear it up. When you…