Monthly Archives: March 2012

Is Invalid W3C CSS bad for SEO

The truth is most SEO professionals use Validation errors as a way to say your site is not SEO friendly. I believe it is more of a sales tactic than anything else. As with anything the basic answer is, "it depends". It depends on the location of errors as well as the type of error.…
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Dealing with Comment Spam in WordPress

Dealing with Spam Comments Comment Moderation is very effective in addressing unwanted comments. The best defense against comment spam is just watching your comments. Still if your blog is popular among people it will be popular among comment spammers as well and you may not be ale to do the heavy lifting all by yourself.…
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Changing Gmail From Address

Although we suggest that you add your other email accounts to our business class webmail user interface, complete with spam filters, ad-free, user friendly features and up to 50mb attachments¬† (See image below) Some may still wish to use other webmail interfaces. To use Gmail as the interface for your email accounts you can choose…
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Why do downloads time out?

There are a number of reasons why downloads can time-out. The most common is the file size. The next most common is idle time. In order for files to accomplish a task prior to download, let's say zipping a file before download there can be idle time. If your router is set to reset after…
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SSL

Although having an SSL certificate can present certain user errors in regards to notification from older browsers certificate-authenticated SSL is considered mandatory by all security guidelines whenever a web site hosts confidential information or performs material transactions. There is a problem with this website's security certificate" when you try to visit a secured website in…
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