The world has changed as a result of the tools made available by the Internet. Information is available for immediate access and download. This led us to the era of online news, social networking and the blogosphere. Sometimes we find the need to cooperate with others on a private project. If you have a group that wants to access information and does not make it available to the rest of the world you need methods to protect an area of you website with a password. Here are some ways to make secure private areas of your site through password protection.
I am most familiar with using private web pages in the Content Management System called Drupal. A Content Management System creates pages for viewing on the fly. The pages are not sitting on the server waiting for viewing. Drupal has methods called Roles and Privileges which enable the setting up … Read More
You’ve just launched your new website (or launched the redesign) and now you’re sitting back waiting for the orders to roll in. But wait a minute, something’s wrong… there don’t seem to be any. It’s as if your site doesn’t exist.
Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but unless you have either a well publicised site or many websites linking to yours, you’re going to have to rely on the search engines. And if your site doesn’t rank in the first three result pages, it’s more than likely you won’t be found at all.
So… you know what’s coming next; that’s right, you need a good dose of search engine marketing (SEM) to make sure your site gets listed on the search engines’ results pages. Do this and the traffic to your website will soon follow.
“Right”, I hear you say. “Let’s do some search engine marketing then…”
Well … Read More
Registry Booster 2010 is an example of a free registry fix, though like most programs of this nature, it is not exactly free. It is free to download with no strings attached and lets you run a free scan of your computer. However, to actually fix the registry errors, you must register with the program.
Free Registry Fixes In General
A program designed to clean your registry is not necessary – simple as that. Your computer could potentially go its entire “life” and not need a scan for registry errors. In fact, Windows used to come with its own free registry cleaner, but it was “pulled from the shelves,” so to speak, because there were reports of it causing irreversible errors. Tampering with the registry (automated or not) of a computer can permanently corrupt data and cause a broken computer and the necessity of a clean wipe of the hard … Read More