Displaying Your Designs in HTML for Client Preview

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Understanding WordPress User Roles

In this blog, I will go through the five roles in a stand-alone WordPress site (multi-site has the super administrator for a total of six). Each user role has different capabilities and functionalities. The biggest mistake I see web site owners making is setting all users as administrators. This administrator role can make core site changes that could be pretty hard to control or undo. read more »

Understanding GDPR Compliance

What is GDPR?


GDPR is a new data privacy regulation created by the European Union to regulate how EU member state citizens personal data is used and collected. The regulation itself is an unbelievably long list of rules of protocols to handle personal data and goes into effect on May 25th, 2018.

Most site owners will assume that these regulations do not apply to them. read more »

Who is Doing Backups?

Website backups are a critical part of the success and longevity for any online business. It is critical to understand who is taking responsibility for maintenance and backups as part of the upfront agreement. Many hosting packages offer some sort of backup plan as part of their service, but relying on only them can lead to catastrophe.

Who is doing backups:

Developer:

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Correctly Utilizing a Project Management System

There are many project management system available out there. Each of them has certain features that appeal to its user base. Regardless of what system is implemented, there are some inherent fundamentals and protocols that make the experience much more efficient. I will cover items I feel are universal to every system. The three project management systems I have used most frequently are Asana, Basecamp read more »

Annotated Screenshots / Video Casts are a Requirement

One of the biggest challenges a web developer has is getting their work to render the same or at least presentable in all the major browsers and devices. To able to fix a specific browser or device “bug” it is critical to be able to see it. Even in the “agency” / “end client” relationship it should be established that screenshots are a requirement within read more »

How to Send Logins VIA a Project Management System

One issue a developer always has is dealing with keeping track of project logins. In my case I do use Lastpass, but depend on being able to easily find the logins per project within the same system that “houses” the instructions. A common mistake people make when sending logins is adding them inside the task.  I made a short video on the best way to read more »

Who is Doing QA ?

QA or quality assurance is critical to be able to deliver a solid product no matter what the product is. It is even more critical when it comes to web development because of the number of devices and browsers that all may render differently. Establishing who is the person responsible for final sign off on a task or project upfront is critical to the project’s read more »

4 Essential Pointers to Consider When Picking Domain for Your New Business

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When you have a new business, one of the first things you are planning to put up is an online website.  Whether you have a new business or an existing one, having your own website is now considered a standard.

Below are 4 important tips to consider when choosing a domain name for your business:

.com or nothing

Don’t ever think about settling for a read more »

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