We’ve done all the legwork for you. We’ve looked into the best web hosts in Canada. To qualify, web hosts needed to offer certain features bundled in their shared hosting plans to ensure you can handle anything you want to do. They also needed to be affordable (starting at safely under $10 a month). Only two Canadian web hosts fulfilled all our requirements: read on to find out more. Continue reading
You probably know of a lot of the main domaining tools already, so I’m not going to talk about those. Here we’re covering under-utilized domaining tools: ones that are a little bit newer or that were designed for other purposes but work beautifully for domaining.
These tools are particularly helpful for when you’re looking to hand-register domains or if you’re seeking to generate a brandable name for your new startup. Continue reading
OK, this is a little bit different from my usual topics of site development and domaining, but it’s going to be just as much fun or maybe more!
Find out here how to get in on a great computer game in its early stages and how you can get some exclusive perks while you’re at it. Continue reading
This article on Wordpress security is intended for beginning site admins who are considering Wordpress as a CMS. You’ve probably heard of SQL injection attacks, hacked Wordpress websites and more.
In Linux, by default the Opera browser opens in new tabs instead of new windows. This causes issues when you’re using it in multiple workspaces. Rest assured, there is an easy fix, at least for Linux Lite on the XFCE desktop. Continue reading
I’ve started building a site with ProcessWire for the first time. It’s a free open-source CMS that you can install via Softaculous. Is ProcessWire a good choice for your next project? What are its strengths and weaknesses? I’ll answer these questions right here. Continue reading