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Backup your website

I have a client whose website I made and for whose website I provide hosting.  I also offer a backup service where his website is backed up every day, every week and every month with 3 of each of those backups retained off site on Amazon S3.  So he has a backup going back 3 […]

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Can’t send emails to AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail

Are you having trouble sending emails to people who have AOL email addresses, or yahoo email addresses, or hotmail email addresses? Are you trying to send that email from an email address with your own domain name or your business domain name that is hosted on a shared hosting service? i.e.  (See below for more of […]

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ShareThis Smart Layer Button Design Change Nov 6, 2013

AddThis Changed Their Smart Layer Design

Are you wondering, “How do I fix the changes that AddThis made to their/your Smart Layer Buttons?”  I have a fix for you. I have been working on a new web design for my own website and so have been looking at it constantly.  Suddenly, what was on my website changed.  Frustrating to say the […]

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Xmarks Failed Login and Sync Problem Resolved

Xmarks has a service that allows you to sync your bookmarks across browsers.  There are built-in options now to sync bookmarks within a browser, but not across browsers.  So Xmarks has been filling the gap for a while. Unfortunately I have been having issues for a very long time (many many months) getting it to […]

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Firefox Print Bug Prints only First Page

Are you thinking, “My browser only prints one page of a website, the first page”? Are you using Firefox? There are several instances that trigger printing errors with Firefox.  The one I have run across results from declaring overflow: hidden, overflow: auto; or overflow: scroll, which I use sometimes for its self-clearing float effect.  The […]

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New Google Tracking Code

In December 2009, Google launched a Beta version of their new “Asynchronous Tracking Code” for its Google Analytics.  This won’t affect your current code from operating, but if you want to improve your webpage load times and fine-tune the accuracy of your Analytics data, then then check out this option. (more…)

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