Browsing articles from "September, 2011"
Sep
26
2011

Most Dangerous Programming Errors

As you can see in the table below, Cross-Site Scripting, SQL Injection and Buffer overflows are three most common and serious programming errors that result in vulnerabilities. Rank Name [1] Failure to Preserve Web Page Structure (‘Cross-site Scripting’) [2] Improper Sanitization of Special Elements used in an SQL Command (‘SQL Injection’) [3] Buffer Copy without Checking Size of Input (‘Classic Buffer Overflow’) [4] Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) [5] Improper Access Control (Authorization) [6] Reliance on […]

Sep
24
2011

Why to use Paid Web Hosting

So you are ready to launch your website; great idea indeed! At this stage you will need a best web hosting service to keep it alive online, so let’s have a look over a comparison between free web hosting and paid web hosting. Free Web Hosting: Whether you talk about your local ISP or you go online for free web hosting service you can find myriad of free offers from several web hosting companies including […]

Sep
22
2011

Gmail Vs MicroSoft Outlook

SummaryGmail should not be overlooked for business use as its mobility and collaboration features provide a real benefit. Bad points about Outlook: Very limited mobility – cannot login and view past emails All emails stored on the computer that they were downloaded to. What happens to your emails when that pc is formatted or dies? Limited calendar sharing (if you are not using MicroSoft Exchange) No document sharing feature Good points about Outlook: Can type […]

Sep
20
2011

Elements that you need to remove from your website

As the web designer, you ought to design and style a websites to provide any visitors the best simplicity of use, the greatest impression and most essential of all is a pleasing feel. For that reason, I’ve highlighted several attributes of the worst website styles I have find. Hopefully, you’ll be able to review that with your own website to be guidelines and if something on your website matches the conditions, you have to know […]

Sep
18
2011

Don’t waste your bandwidth!

All website or blog owners want to get high traffic of visitors who come to their site. With high traffic, the website owners can spread the information of the website or sell their products to the customers. Another benefit from high traffic is that the site will look more interesting for the advertisers who might want to put a banner or an ad on the site. Usually I check my blog stats once a day, […]

Sep
16
2011

The importance of sitemap

Actually, sitemap has the most important role for your website. The sitemap will help the visitors to explore the site. When you have your own website and you want to reach many visitors in your website, you need to have the good sitemap. The main function of the sitemap for your website is make an easy way for your website to appear in the search engine, such as yahoo, google, bing, etc. Some of you […]

Sep
14
2011

.Com and .Net Prices going to Increase on Jan. 15,2012

Here comes your yearly fee increase. VeriSign has announced its almost-annual price increases for .com and .net domain names. The wholesale cost from VeriSign for .com domain names will increase from $7.34 to $7.85 on January 15, 2012 and the registry fee for .net domain names will increase from $4.65 to $5.11. The VeriSign fee doesn’t include ICANN’s 18 cent fee per year. So the wholesale cost of a .com domain name will be $8.03 […]

Sep
12
2011

Use Google Apps to power up your emails

What is Google App for Domains? Google apps is Complete suite of programs and is suited to small to medium businesses. Google apps is made up of: Gmail account for every staff(using your domain name instead of gmail.com). Calendar – each staff member can share their calender Google docs – online word and spreadsheet. Great for collaborating and sharing documents Google sites – create an intranet site for your business for internal access only A […]

Sep
10
2011

Google Buys G.Co To Create An Official URL Shortcut For Google Products

Google joins Internet biggies Twitter (T.Co) , Overstock (O.co) and Amazon (A.Co, Z.Co and K.Co) today in taking over the G.Co domain name, buying the TLD in order to build the official URL shortcut for Google products like GMail, Documents and Photos. While representatives from the .Co registry wouldn’t comment on the specific pricing of the deal, .Co-founder Juan Diego Calle recently told Reuters that in general single letter domains costs more than $1.5 million. Google […]

Sep
8
2011

Managed Hosting vs Unmanaged Hosting

Maybe you have already running a shared hosting for several years. It is been performing good for a long time, but if your business is beginning to get bigger, which means more visitors to your website. This means that you require working with a dedicated hosting rather than shared hosting. When you’re on the point of make the transition, you will have to choose if you wish to work with managed or unmanaged hosting for […]

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