Category: Web Design

Java vulnerability was discovered yesterday, disabling Java in browsers is highly recommended

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Yesterday, the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team issued a vulnerability note about Java: Overview – Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contain an unspecified vulnerability that can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system. Description – Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contain an unspecified remote-code-execution vulnerability. This vulnerability is … Continued

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Easy Ways to Slash Your Startup Costs

Easy Ways to Slash Your Startup Costs

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It’s getting more and more affordable to start a small business. Here’s how. Startup costs are easily the most intimidating hurdle for prospective small-business owners; but planning ahead and taking advantage of all resources can make the zero-profit “desert” you have to cross a whole lot shorter. Cutting unnecessary costs can also free up money … Continued

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SEO in the Post Penguin World on Google

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When trying to promote your business or cause, building a website and getting traffic from search engines can be a great way to approach the process. In the past, you may have relied on specific techniques to help you get ranked in the search engines and get free traffic. Google has been at the forefront … Continued



Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Genome.fhe virus is a false positive

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Yesterday morning, Kaspersky antivirus detected on several computers of our company the following virus: Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Genome.fhe We were concerned that the virus was spreading out through our network, we even blamed Dropbox (which is actually a huge security risk if somebody publishes a virus under a shared folder) and uninstalled it from our computers. We invested hours … Continued

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Google Apps supported only on modern browsers

Google Apps supported only on modern browsers

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Wondering why Google Docs, Google + and other Google applications don’t work on old browsers as IE6, IE7, Firefox 3.5 and Safari 3? well, Google discontinued support for old browsers since August of 2011. This doesn’t surprise me. In order for Google to offer the best experience to their users, they need to use the latest … Continued

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How to add a target _blank on a WordPress menu item

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The new features of WordPress 3.x are great and allow us to customize the websites and manage the content flexibly. The Menus module is one of those wonderful features, but by default, it doesn’t allow to specify some attributes of the  menu items, like the “target”. In my opinion, the WordPress administration area design is … Continued

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How to import your blog posts on your Facebook page

How to import your blog posts on your Facebook page

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Wondering how to integrate your blog articles on your Facebook page? The following method not only allows you to import your blog posts on Facebook, but also automates the process of publishing your news articles on your Facebook page and helps you with the Conversation strategy of your website’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Requirements: A … Continued

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Facebook Share vs. Facebook Like

Facebook Share vs. Facebook Like

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Facebook share and Facebook like are different but effective ways to share websites content on Facebook. Like and Share functionality seem to be similar, but they are used for different purposes. Facebook Share This is the original way to share links of your website on your Facebook profile. With this functionality you are able to … Continued

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