Web Browsers 7
When you visit a website, the tiny little image in the browser tab or bookmarks panel is called a favicon. It’s one of those nice little touches that good web designers add to a website, and an easy thing to overlook for the not-so-good web designers. Back in the olden days of web design – meaning over 5 […]
The YITH WooCommerce Gift Card plugin is one of the easiest, and simplest way to offer gift cards on your WooCommerce online store. This WordPress plugin is dead simple to install and set-up, and there’s a paid-version if you are need more advanced features (seriously, the premium version’s features are insane) – check it out here. […]
The wp-config.php file is hands down one of the most important files in your entire installation – without it your WordPress site will not work. With this great power comes a great responsibility to not screw things up or risk breaking your website. There are a ton of additions and tweaks you can add to your wp-config.php file, […]
Testing websites can be a huge pain if the DNS refuses to update after an update – I’m looking at you Safari! As I’ve done a thousand times before I just updated the DNS for one of my client’s domain names and waited, and waited, and waited some more for Safari to display the new server. No amount […]
Microsoft is finally ending support for IE 8, 9 and 10 on January 12 and it’s been a long time coming. There will be one final patch that delivers a last round of security fixes and give users an end-of-life notification asking users to upgrade to a newer version of IE. After this patch, there will be […]
Asking a client what web browser they’re using can be insanely frustrating for any web designer. Most clients have a basic idea of what they are using, but I have gotten a few crazy answers over the years, including I have no idea, Dell, and of course Windows. With the amazingly simple and useful website Your Browser […]
With the discovery of a huge security hole in an outdated version of the SSL protocol, Internet Explorer 6 has received one more nail in it’s proverbial coffin. Google just released a report detailing the new SSL security hole they have named POODLE.