The short answer to your question is, YES, I do offer SSI at tdothost.com Personally, I always prefer to do it in PHP, since most scripts that I use are written in PHP. However, Frontpage and Dreamweaver allows you to easily build sites using SSI and many site owners prefer using it.
I just learnd about a new domain top level domain (TLD) that will be available for sale in the US with no restrictions starting July 17. I found out about it from a pre-registration email that I received from Godaddy. It seems that ICANN originally approved assigning the .ME domain to the country of Montenegro, […]
Last night I read a post about security issues that one site owner experienced. This one is an interesting read. I recommend you to take a look. Storagemojo is a wordpress powered site owned by Robin Harris. It was hacked not long ago and he describes his painful ordeal to restoring it back to normal.
Setting up a blog is becoming an easier task these days. There is a lot of information and help you can find that will help you get started. Many of cPanel customers use tutorials or articles that lead them to installing WordPress using Fantastico. I do however prefer using the traditional install. With cPanel it […]
I received this question: Hi, I am trying to set up Cube Cart shop. I have logged on to their admin before, but then I am blocked and I am receiving these messages when I try to login to their panel again. “Forbidden You don’t have permission to access /admin on this server. Additionally, a […]
The popularity of social networking sites has always been on the rise since the late 90s. Easy to use and easy access to internet also helped with their popularity. Besides it’s fun to connect with people whether it is old classmates, people sharing the same interest or just learning about one another. An interesting study […]
“Highly critical” flaw in WordPress Secure Computing, Australia –Apr 28, 2008 An announcement of a flaw in WordPress 2.x rated “highly critical” was posted on the Secunia blog today. The vulnerability allows a security bypass that … More: continued here
You might have noticed from your dashboard that WordPress released yesterday 2.5.1 which they say has a “very important security fix”. They haven’t disclosed exactly what the fix is about. If you have already installed 2.5, then you better rush with upgrading to 2.5.1. I personally didn’t install 2.5 yet, because I tested with it […]
According to a new survey by guidance, more than 60% of respondents reported being drawn to online retailers that employ Web 2.0 tools and techniques. The study had one main question for over 1,000 consumers: “When thinking about shopping online, what is most likely to make you return to a given shopping website?” 35% of […]