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What to Do Before You Add e-Commerce to Your Website

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit the US, and shops closed their doors, it forced many business owners to re-evaluate their business model. Knowing they would be closed for months had small companies scrambling for creative solutions to keep...

Drupal 9 Drops in June: What You Need to Know

Drupal is an open source, Content Management System (CMS) that is an excellent website platform for robust business sites as it provides flexibility and security. Drupal’s global open source community is made up of over a million developers and...

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3 Ways to Boost Your Website Traffic Without Breaking a Sweat

When it comes to bringing in more organic traffic to your website (traffic from unpaid search results) the methods can seem pretty overwhelming. Or you may think that it’s going to cost you a lot of money to get the results you want. While there...

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The Real Cost of Your Website Being Hacked

When your website Content Management System (CMS) is left unattended without maintenance or updates, it’s like leaving a 5-year-old alone for hours with a bucket of paint – it’s not going to be a pretty picture in the end. A CMS is the...

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About the Drupal 7 & 8 Highly Critical Update March 28, 2018

Website security should be at the forefront of any good web hosting company’s mind. Hackers are continually looking for ways to infiltrate websites, gain access to computers or servers, as well as personal information. They never stop. Because...

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Latest Chrome Browser Release Will Warn Visitors if Your Site is Not Encrypted

Starting in October, 2017, Google’s Chrome browser will display warnings on any web pages that contain an unencrypted webform. These include website login pages, blog comment forms and contact us forms. The change is slated to take effect with...

Drupal 8 Release Date Announced: November 19, 2015

Important news for Drupal users: Drupal 8 is finally coming! Not only does this news mean a new Drupal with new features, but it impacts Drupal 6 users significantly. Drupal only supports two major versions. For years those have been Drupal 6 and...

Move Your Drupal Business Website Without Drama - Part 4

In Part 3, we prepared for a Drupal website move by pushing your files up to your new hosting account, creating a hosts file entry to allow you to test your new site without impacting your live site, installing Drupal, and restoring and your...

Move Your Drupal Business Website Without Drama - Part 3

In Part 2, we prepared for a Drupal website move by copying all the files and folders that power your website to your local hard drive. We then made a back up copy of these files and folders, as well as a back up copy of your database file. In...

Move Your Drupal Business Website Without Drama - Part 2

In Part 1, we prepared for a Drupal website move by confirming access to registrar and DNS accounts, installing the Backup and Migrate module and creating a backup of the site database. In Part 2 we'll work with FTP to create a local copy of...

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