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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 ...

Web Designer's Reference
Web Designer's Reference provides an integrated approach to web design. Each of the chapters covers a specific aspect of creating a web page, such as working with typography, adding images, creating navigation, and crafting CSS layouts. In each case, relevant XHTML elements are explored along with associated CSS, and visual design ideas are discussed. 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 Set Up a Google Search Box on Your Website
A search box as an element in enabling site accessibility and navigation. A search box provides an alternative way for people to find things at your site. This article explains how to embed a Google search box on Your Website. 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 ...

Understanding SSL Certificate
A secure web hosting service provider ensures safety protocols are in place by encrypting the data that is submitted on an e-commerce website. A customer can identify if a website is secure by checking for the padlock icon next to the URL. The address bar will also show the URL as https instead of http. More ...

What is AJAX?
One of the most recent buzz words going around the Internet is "AJAX". What is AJAX? Is it a new and extremely powerful programming language? Is it an all-purpose cleaner? In plain-simple English, what exactly is AJAX? More ...

Create a Favicon for Your Web Site
A favicon is a small icon that appears to the left of the address in the address bar of your Web browser and to the left of favorites. Having a favicon makes your Web site more professional and is an element of branding. Fortunately, the process of creating a favicon is very easy. More ...

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 ...

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 ...

Don't Let doors.txt Take Control of Your Email Server
If you have an email contact form on your Website and you have received a message which appears to contain random text and the file name doors.txt followed by some digits, your mail server is being probed for vulnerabilities by a hacker. More ...

RSS Basics
Understanding and using RSS feeds is critical to today's webmasters and bloggers. Being able to syndicate news of new information added can drive traffic to your site. In addition to revenue from increased traffic, RSS provides many other marketing opportunities, such as in-feed advertising and higher search engine ranking. More ...


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