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Home Routers Wage War On WordPress

A huge botnet of home routers has targeted WordPress sites with brute-force attacks over the last few weeks. Brute-force attacks are a risk for WordPress websites with insecure passwords, and they can cause problems even if a site has secure passwords by consuming a significant proportion of its resources. A botnet is a collection of […]

We're Hosting MageTraining's Magento 2 Admin Boot Camp At Our Southfield Headquarters

We’re happy to announce that we’re bringing MageTraining’s incredible Magento 2 Admin Boot Camp to our Southfield, Michigan headquarters. The three-day Boot Camp covers all aspects of Magento administration and aims to give Magento hosting clients the skills they need to confidently manage their eCommerce store. The Boot Camp, which is co-sponsored by Magento development […]

Can WordPress Be Used For Enterprise Resource Planning?

When most of us think of content management systems, we have in mind a tool that can be used for building websites and blogs. But content management systems — including WordPress — can be used for much more than web publishing. The ability to categorize, process, filter, display, and control access to information are the […]

The Physical Web Could Bring The Internet Of Things To eCommerce Web Apps

The Internet of Things is one of the biggest recent developments in retail, especially for retail businesses that have both a physical and an online presence. For those who aren’t familiar, in this context, the Internet of Things refers to technology that enables retailers to use internet-connected smart devices to interact with shoppers’ mobile devices. […]

The Secret Of High-Converting Calls To Action

Calls to action are the pointy end of the conversion optimization process. They’re the make or break element that can mean the difference between a sale or signup and a “maybe not.” Your website is a machine for creating sales and conversions. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a blog, a eCommerce store, or a lead […]

It's Crunch Time For Mobile-Friendly Design And SEO

For the last decade, the proportion of mobile web users and shoppers has been gradually increasing. Originally the preserve of those who could afford high-end smart phones, mobile internet use has become a commonplace. The majority of consumers in the western world — and many in developing nations — own at least one mobile device […]

Creating Multilingual WordPress Sites

Even though the web is a global network, many businesses are happy to create an English-language site and leave it at that. In some cases, that’s fine. The burden of translation can be quite high, and if the market a site is addressing is fairly localized, then the ROI of internationalizing isn’t worth the effort. […]

Net Neutrality Is Fundamental to a Free And Open Internet

Although complex in implementation, the Internet is quite simple in principle. Consumers buy bandwidth from last-mile ISPs. Network operators provide international connectivity to those ISPs and to each other via peering. And the majority of content providers host their content with web hosting companies, which manage servers in data centers that connect to network operators. […]

Former Magento Lead Architect Creates Sellvana, A New eCommerce Platform

There have been numerous attempts to build the perfect eCommerce platform over the years. For many, Magento is the closest — it’s an extraordinarily powerful eCommerce application, capable of supporting everything from the smallest boutique vendor to the largest eCommerce retailer. Much of the groundwork for Magento’s success was laid by Boris Gurvich, Magento’s original […]