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Seven WordPress Security Tips
Most WordPress users are not aware that the chance of getting hacked is higher than they think. Here is a list of tips that can greatly improve the security of your WordPress website. More ...

Website Updates are a SNAP With Server Side Includes
If you ever had to make a change to your website that needed to be carried onto every page, you know what a tedious job it is. Well, have I got news for you. It doesn't have to be. Welcome to the world of Server Side Includes, also known as SSI. More ...

Six Ways to Center an Element on a Webpage
This article gives you six different ways to center an element on a webpage, the one you choose depending upon whether you need to add other elements to the left or right of the centered element and how robust and browser version compatible your method needs to be. More ...

Various Types of Website Hacking
A hacker, virus or even a spam bot holds the capability of causing significant damage to your website. Website security is something that you should work on in order to protect your site from malicious activities. More ...

Increase Your Traffic by Recovering Your Lost Visitors
When an error is encountered, your server will display specific generic error pages according to the error. These error pages are not only dead ends, but they are also very frustrating for your potential visitors. More ...

Four Must-Have Webpages That Add Website Security
A website is a contract between you and your visitor, it must assure visitors that the site is safe. There are many ways to convey trust, but the easiest is within your website pages themselves. More ...

Seven Effective Ways to Build Your Own Web Site
If you are a small business person who wants to reach millions quickly and easily, building a web site is a necessity. There are many ways to build a website but I'll just give you an overview of the most popular ones. More ...

Video - Optimizing the Order of Scripts and Styles
This video by Tony Gentilcore, software engineer at Goggle, shows you two easy-to-implement yet high-impact techniques for speeding up your web pages. For example, a script included before a CSS file may cause the browser to block. More ...

What is that Double Forward Slash in the URL?
Someone is accessing your site with a URL that contains a double forward slash. This causes all relative links on the page will be broken. This means any relative linked scripts or styles will not be loaded. More ...

Basic Dynamic Website Security
There are many things a user can do to cause you annoyance, but the biggest threat is an MySQL injection attack. This is where a user types in some PHP and SQL code into a field in your form. More ...

Creating a Secure Website Using Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
When setting up a website that will require payment through credit card it is important to have a minimum level of security. One protocol that has effectively become the de facto standard for website security is Secure Socket Layer (or SSL). More ...

How to Strengthen Website Authentication
To achieve strong authentication on the Web, IT professionals must find a balance among three separate forces whose goals are often at odds: the cost and security needs of the company, the impact on user behavior, and the motivations of the would-be attacker. More ...