In the January 2020 issue of Wired Magazine, I read author Jason Parham’s new entitled By Us, For Us: Why we should think about segregating the web and it’s some concise, powerful stuff. It starts with a brief history of black content online, particularly NetNoir Online, which was, in Jason’s words “Afrocentric culture” on the…

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In this article we’re going to provide a breakdown of each of the components you need in order to have a website on the Internet. When you register a whole new domain and host it all in the same place, it’s not always obvious that the service being provided is actually broken up into multiple…

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This guide includes 9 tips to show you how to take just about any WordPress site to a maximum 1-2 seconds load time. If you’ve selected a hosting partner and resources (theme, plugins, etc) that are built from the ground up for speed, then you can reach fractions of a second load times per page.…

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Over the past 15 years since Websavers began, we’ve done different things for the winter holidays. We’ve sent our clients holiday cards, put up Christmas and/or Boxing Day sales, New Years sales, offered digital holiday lights be added to your website, and a few other fun things like that. This year we decided to put…

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This article was originally written in Feb 2014 and receives regular updates as tactics change. Tip: If your website is currently hacked, this isn’t the guide you want. Check out our guide to cleaning a hacked WordPress site. Then come back here to harden it after the website has been cleaned. How and why do…

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The wordpress.com vs. wordpress.org thing can be a bit confusing. Rather than providing a long and drawn out history of the company, let’s get straight to the facts and most common related questions: When it comes to hosting a website built on WordPress, WordPress is the software that powers the website; it’s what the owner…

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In our more than 15 years of web hosting, we’ve encountered just about every content management system out there, from Mambo to Joomla, WordPress to Drupal, ModX to Magento. We’ve worked with them all! During each project we determine the best tools for the job based on the needs and wants of the client and,…

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If you use WordPress to power your website and have a bit of technical knowledge (particularly of Linux shell), then taking advantage of the command line interface tool, wp-cli, might be of interest to you! WP-CLI is a command line method of working with WordPress. Rather than triggering actions by logging in to the WordPress…

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