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Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-26

Did you know? The first programmer was a woman? Ada Lovelace described the first algorithm that is cited as the first computer program. The first machine that could read data was invented in 1889. It’s inventor, Herman Hollerith, also founded the Tabulating Machine Company that later became IBM. The first electronic digital computer was developed […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-26

According to Pierre Far, Google has launched it’s latest Panda Update, version 4.1, earlier this week. Google Panda is an algorithm intended to lower the rank of low quality websites on Google search results (SERP). The latest update was based on user and webmaster feedback, helping Google discover a few more signals to help Panda […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-16

What is a Favicon? The Favicon (Favourites Icon or bookmark icon) is the tiny image shown before the website title in the browser. The Favicon helps users identify a certain website when they have multiple tabs opened and the title is not visible, and they can quickly switch to the tab they want. Favicons also appear […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-16

If you encounter a problem with WordPress logging out constantly, you may first try these steps: Deactivate plugins, empty the cache, clear the browser cookies. Why does WordPress keep logging out? WordPress sets a cookie in the browser to authenticate the login session. This cookie is set for the WordPress URL defined in the settings […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-16

When you decide to change your theme or use another way of displaying an image for your posts, you find yourself tied up with the featured images you added to each post in the past By default, featured images can only be removed by editing each post and removing the featured image attached. If you […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-11

Google has discontinued its support for authorship in search results as announced by John Mueller, Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google following the drop of author photos from search results In June 2014, in order to reduce clutter in the design. The authorship schema is no longer used to identify a post’s author in search results: “We’re no longer […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-08

C, C++, C# and Objective C are a set of similarly named programming languages, some of which are related and some of which are not. C, C++, Objective-C and C# are not different variations of the same programming language. C is the oldest of these languages and the most popular programming language ever made. C was originally […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-08

That’s probably one of the most popular questions from first-time learners, and it’s something that educators debate as well. Two common misconceptions cause people to ask this question. The first misconception is that there is a “best” programming language for learning, and the second is that the first language you start learning will decide what the […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-08-07

Facebook has just implemented a new feature that allows any video you encounter to automatically play as you scroll down your Facebook newsfeed. If you choose to click on it, it will also play the sound. If you are bothered by the automatic video play in Facebook, just follow these simple steps to disable it. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-30

If not so long ago critical vulnerabilities were found in the MailPoet Newsletters plugin (used to send newsletters, post notifications or autoresponders from WordPress) and also in the AddThis and W3 Total Cache plugins, web security company Sucuri recently discovered a vulnerability in the popular Wptouch plugin, which can be exploited by an attacker to upload PHP files to servers affected. Wptouch is […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-30

Currently, about 17% of all websites are propelled by WordPress. Its popularity makes it an important target for attackers because a vulnerability can have a substantial impact on business activity. Malicious activities increased by approximately 140% in the past two years, and this percentage does not seem like he was going to drop anytime soon. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-30

Hotels often invest in technological solutions to attract customers. Hilton will invest 550 million dollars worldwide for the card system used by customers to unlock the rooms to be replaced by mobile apps for smartphone terminals. The Hilton representatives say the smart system will be in operation all over the world until 2017 so customers […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-30

It took them some time to make an iOS application to provide analytics reports but we have already learned that Google launches iOS versions of their applications after a while. The application is globally available, optimized for your iPhone or iPod Touch, but we would have seen it more useful for iPad only. They probably […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-17

Picking the a reliable service provider Avoid Free Offers and very cheap ones Choosing too cheap will cost you more on the long term than buying expensive options will. Or, in terms of hosting, your app could land on an overpopulated server with too much traffic on it. If it’s VPS, the situation is similar […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-09

Web addresses, short codes and QR codes are common tools that allow readers to quickly access digital content from print media. Web Addresses (URL) At the beginning, companies having their own web pages listed their web address on print advertising, business cards and product packaging. Users understood this and simply typed the address in a […]