Started in 1996, the Wayback Machine – also commonly referred to as Archive.org – regularly logs the changes on 458 billion webpages, taking up more than 45 petabytes of data.
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If you’re paying the bills for a service, you should be able to plug in some credentials and access your profile and billing records.
When it comes to comparing web hosting companies, we think GoDaddy should be called NoDaddy and you and your business deserve better.
In a perfect world, people have the foresight to plan ahead to meet a deadline. We don’t live in a...
I am governor Jerry Brown, your consumer data can not be found, soon CCPA will go into effect.
WordPress is great at what it does, but it’s limited to what it does. There’s a whole lot you can do with a Headless CMS.
There are a latte brands out there. Some are on-brand dead eyes and some seem a little au Lait to their own party.
The first step for any great WordPress website is a clean installation. Do it right the first time with this handy Roundpeg guide.
Inclusivity isn’t a passing fad. Creating a gender-neutral marketing campaign means knowing your audience and what may appeal to them.
Handicapped people want to live their lives with as little hindrance as able-bodied people, but it’s up to those of us who can to make sure this is possible.
It’s a sad day when your favorite reporter signs off for the last time, or your best-loved hero...
I can be… strike that, I am an introvert and, as a result, I use social media differently. I don’t...
Organizing on-page content can be a headache. You know what they say: two head[er]s are better than one. Each header tag has it’s own purpose, but how do you really know when to use what?