A security vulnerability has been discovered in the latest version of Firefox. In case you’re not sure if you have this version of the popular web browser, or if you don’t know how to check what version of the Firefox browser you’re using, here’s a quick guide. How to find my browser version
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
The EU Cookie Directive asks website owners to notify visitors when using tracking cookies and to stop using cookies unless visitors explicitly accept them.
iGoogle, the feed reader service is being discontinued from 2013. If you use iGoogle to subscribe to your favourite blog posts what are you going to do when it switches off next year? We recommend Google Currents (if you have an Android device). Find out more about Google Currents.
It looks like website spoof/phishing attempts are on the rise again. These fake emails look fairly genuine and it’s easy to accidentally click a link, but is it serious and what can the pitfalls be? How can I spot a fake LinkedIn invitation and how serious can it be?
Do you need to capture lead information through forms on your WordPress website and then pass that data easily into your external CRM system? We have recently completed a WordPress / GravityForms / Capsule CRM integration and explain how here…
Have you ever wanted to align the text on your web pages so that it spreads across each line, just like in newspaper columns? You might think this looks good, but here are a few reasons you might want to reconsider. Why you shouldn’t specify align=justify for your website text.
The EU Cookie directive comes into force for UK-based websites on 25th May 2012 and for some other countries in the EU a year ago, but the UK government gave website owners here an additional year to make their sites compliant, whilst at the same time hoping that the directive itself was clarified. Everyone seems to be waiting to see what everyone else will do, but just in case you want to be one of the first, here’s a solution for your website.
Have you recently updated WordPress and noticed your post area looks blank and the icons don’t display when you edit existing posts or pages? Here are some solutions to fix the white text on white background problem in WordPress that could improve performance too
Bottin Cartographes have successfully brought a lawsuit against Google in France, claiming that Google has been anti-competitive when offering their free Google Maps API service to businesses and that this is not competitive with its own services. This is a very interesting case. Does your business benefit or is it hindered by Google? Here are my thoughts…
Do you want to add a welcome page to Facebook, and perhaps one that displays in two different ways depending whether the visitor has already ‘liked’ you or not? You can even go one step further and add other tabs (Facebook terminology for navigational links in your Facebook sidebar). Add a great looking Welcome page to your Facebook page.