Get Your Web Server Secure Even though we get a free SSL Certificate with our hosting package (The thing that tells web browsers the site is safe to visit), we have to make sure our web server is configured to utilize it. We do this in a hidden file on our web server called
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Alert! Alert! Malware Detected! This week, we had a fellow student of ours get Malware installed on their webserver. Our awesome hosts over at QTH.com caught it and deleted the install before others were infected. It turns out, weak login credentials and default email address usage was the way in. It was a good
Having gone through User Experience Certification with a group of folks at Saint Mary’s Press, I shifted gears into a new vocation before we had a chance to debrief. Right before my departure, Heather Sutton, the Customer Market Knowledge Leader at Saint Mary’s Press, and organizer of the CUEP training,
Flash is dead . . . again . . . yawn This week has been a bit of a roller coaster in the Flash Community reminiscent of the shot heard round the world when Steve Jobs announced no Flash Support on Apple’s iOS devices. For those who are not familiar with what’s happened, Adobe announced
The Problem Teaching web design to the “Designer” type, I’m constantly explaining to them why we can’t use all of our fancy design fonts we have on our computers when we design for the web. Luckily for us over the last couple years, the modern web has given us more tools to get a richer