WordCamp Columbus will be held June 17th and 18th at The Columbus State Conference Center. The point of WordCamps is to celebrate this open tool by teaching people how to use WordPress, how to bend it to their will, and even how to leverage it as a business- and to do it all for about the price of lunch. You…Read Article
Sometimes nerdy and wordy, but mostly helpful articles on website design and development.
I can’t deny my love for chocolate and peanut butter together. They are a perfect match. Similarly, WordPress and Magento have been a go to tandem for ecommerce websites that we design and build. There are several ways to get the two applications to talk to each other. I’ll go over a way to integrate both Magento into WordPress and…Read Article
We recently worked on a project where we needed to update all of the simple product’s SKUs on a pretty large site. It turned out there were just under 1000 SKUs that needed updated. The reason for needing to change all of the SKUs was to make an integration…
A couple of our clients had noticed a problem that just started popping up. It appeared that emails to the free accounts like gmail, aol, yahoo and hotmail were not getting to their customers inbox. It turned out those services were just dropping the emails all together and were not just going to spam folders. A fix to this problem…Read Article
Back in February of 2009, Microsoft released a very sneaky and quiet update to Windows. The update was a firefox add-on that was added automatically. It’s labelled ‘Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant,’ and it ‘Adds ClickOnce support and the ability to report installed .NET versions to the web server.’
The Microsoft engineers described the possible threat as a “browse-and-get-owned” situation that only requires attackers to lure Firefox users to a rigged Web site.
There are still many people who do not care whether they are using the Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or Opera. They simply just want access to the internet. As designers and developers, we have to understand this and make sure sites look correct in all browsers. IE8 was released on March 19, 2009 and was touted as a…Read Article
The error “Because of a protocol error, this session will be disconnected. Please try connecting to the remote computer again” shows up when connecting to a remote desktop that has a custom theme set. This can be fixed by going to the RDC->advanced settings->experience and unchecking the themes checkbox.
Recently, we offered a service of helping a client setup their facebook account to pull in their blog posts and connect with their customers fans. Interestingly, the customer said they didnt want to worry about a facebook account. We did a quick search and found their business name came up in the results. With thousands of fans already in a…Read Article