Category Archives: Tips and tricks

Written by: admin, on 2015-12-08

Website size has increased about 25 percent from 2014 – today’s website is averaging 2162 KB and it’s showing no signs of stopping. In the past five years, websites have grown over 200 percent. But what are the main reasons to this growth and how can they be handled? Reason #1: Content Overload Implementing a […]

Written by: admin, on 2015-11-09

Android devices are know to experience serious security problems. Most of the Android malware is outside the Google Play Store but the biggest problem is that many Android devices don’t get security updates and Android antivirus apps aren’t a solution to these problems. How does an antivirus work on Windows – Windows provides the antivirus […]

Written by: Jane D, on 2014-11-16

That first impression on someone is sometimes all you have. There are several tips you can follow when you decide how to name your app. One of the most decisive factors is the app name itself. The app name has to be catchy and relevant to rise above the other apps in your niche. Also, the app […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-17

By default, WordPress tag cloud widget will display a big list of tags you are using on your blog, up to 45 last time we checked. Besides the fact it can affect your PageRank flow, if you use a lot of tags, that widget is going to look like a complete mess. Considering there is no […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-17

When you need to put your website into maintenance mode for upgrades or when things go wrong and your website is filled with errors you may not want your visitors to visit the website. Until upgrades are done or bugs are fixed, it is better to put it under maintenance mode while having your admin rights intact. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-14

In terms of SEO reasons, it doesn’t matter if you use www.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.com. But people link to both www and non-www versions of the domain so in order to avoid duplicate content generated by search engines (two versions of the same page are seen as coming from two different sites), you can “force” your […]

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 2014-09-08

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 […]