Articles categorized as "websites"
State associations should take control of their websites and use WordPress with a few third-party services to serve the public and the membership. Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia I woke up this morning to find a ton of randomly-named files in the root directory of several of my WordPress installations. The files are named similarly to 0303c831c9c6203ba966dbf523d119ab.dat. The data of these files looks like a serialized … Continue reading
Update: the meeting time has been moved to 1 p.m. on Thursday. It’s no secret that we’re big fans of the MaxaNet content management system and Internet bidding system for auctioneers. We’re excited that our friend Will McLemore is organizing … Continue reading
DNSCog is a new service that tells us everything we want to know about how our websites’ domain names are configured. Continue reading
Image by erikeldridge via Flickr The Google IO conference began today, and several announcements were made this morning. Google has open-sourced VP8 video codec and rolled it into a projected called WebM. This change will help browsers finally standardize on an … Continue reading