Beginners, Businesses, Developers, FeatureBest Green Web Hosts, energy efficient Hosts, energy saving Web Hosts, environmentally friendly web hosting, green hosting
August 21, 2014 by

Our series on Basic Web Hosting continues with a simple explanation about Green Web Hosting Services. Previous articles include Managed Web Hosting and Cloud Hosting services.
Over the last few years more and more people have become concerned about our environment and whether mankind is adversely affecting it. This concern has brought green energy to the forefront of new technology designed to create energy from more environmentally friendly sources, such as renewable wind and solar generated power, along with other power sources such as geothermal, biomass (such as biogas), tidal and …

Businesses, Developers, FeatureCyber Security, PandaLabs, Police Virus
May 24, 2013 by

World’s leading technology companies like Twitter, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft fell victim to cyber-attacks

Developersblog, design, template
May 14, 2012 by

Websites provide information. Whether you sell products or services, or your site is educational or commercial in nature, content is king. Few websites are truly static and even fewer should be. Good design and regularly updated content are the key to keeping your website relevant, fresh, and valuable to users – not to mention the search engines. Paying a web designer whenever you need to upload new photos or text gets expensive. For frequent updates, a Content Management System (CMS) makes it easy to manage updates yourself, even on complex …

Developersblog, sem
March 19, 2012 by

On Internet, you have the liberty to type long stories; put funny videos and funny links on your Facebook wall, or tweet till you feel like you have covered almost every topic on this earth. In short, a lot of space on the web is covered with your creatively written content, but this content would be of no use if there aren’t many people out there who are accessing your content. Having about thousand of Facebook fans or more than 500 followers on twitter isn’t that great achievement when not …

March 12, 2012 by

More people are using social network sites than ever before and it is therefore becoming more difficult to be heard above the ‘noise’ of other participants. For many using social networking as vehicle to deliver their marketing message this can be a real problem. So how can a person increase their own social influence at these heavily congested online communities? They will need to become better at learning how to ‘socialize with a presence’ when dealing with many people.
Here are 3 tips on how to increase your social influence at …

Developersasp, blog, security, wordpress
November 14, 2011 by

The growing importance of online market operation requires small to giant-sized businesses to update their web sites regularly to improve commercial aspect as well as the traffic for the website. Providing timely and relevant information in your website will help to attract visitors and it make them to visit again. CMS is the hot rage now for developing websites since it enables and empowers non-programmers and not-too-tech people to take full control of their website and helps us to make changes to the content all by ourselves without the need …

Developersasp, browser, database, design, domain
October 3, 2011 by

For many years we have heard about the impending death of URLs that are difficult to type, remember and preserve. The use of URLs has actually improved little thus far, but changes are afoot in both development practices and Web server technology that should help advance URLs to the next generation.
Dirty URLs
Complex, hard-to-read URLs are often dubbed dirty URLs because they tend to be littered with punctuation and identifiers that are at best irrelevant to the ordinary user. URLs such as are commonplace in today’s dynamic Web. Unfortunately, dirty …

September 7, 2011 by

The “robots” meta tag, when used properly, will tell the search engine spiders whether or not to index and follow a particular page. Some examples of usage are as follows:
meta name=”robots” content=”index,follow”
meta name=”robots” content=”noindex,follow”
meta name=”robots” content=”index,nofollow”
meta name=”robots” content=”noindex,nofollow”
Let us first examine what these terms mean before we explain the usage for each one:
“index”- This directive tells the search engine robots (or spiders) that it is okay to index the page. Another words, you are allowing the search engine to include your page within their search directory.
“noindex”- Using this tag, you …

Developersdesign, email, php
September 3, 2011 by

There are many reasons now as a web designer, software programmer or website owner that you may want to start considering the safety of your HTML or PHP source code. Some related reasons are:
1. Email Address theft – Have you ever wondered how you get SPAM mail even though you’ve been super cautious NOT to subscribe to anything, yet it still comes your way? One of the reasons could be that you have your EMAIL link on a website. With email harvesting software available (even for free trials) anyone can …

Developersbrowser, java, managed hosting, microsoft
September 2, 2011 by

Microsoft has been heavily touting their new technology they are calling “.Net” (pronounced “Dot Net”). Many people have asked me what this is and how it will affect them as a small business online. To be blunt, it won’t affect you in the near future. Like any new technology, it will take a little time to catch on. Note, however, that it may catch on faster than it would otherwise because it has the Microsoft media machine backing it.
Logging on to and click to the .Net Home site, you’ll …