Seriously, isn’t IFTT the best service ever? It’s a twitter scheduling service, a robot that scans craiglist for you, an automatic link between your instagram account and your twitter feed, a notification service for website updates and so much more!
Please check out the Sucuri Scanner Engine to find out if YOUR blog has been used for this massive DDOS : “Lately we are seeing many legitimate and clean WordPress sites being misused on DDOS attacks. We explain in more detail in our blog how it can happen. Example of site being misused: here. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit us on Twitter – @Sucuri_Security. We will check if it is found in our logs”
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Is Google+ the same color as HTML5?
Is Pinterest the same color as Quora?
Find out the exact RGB color for each one of these brands over at BrandColors.net.
Galen Gidman has done all the work for you with a brilliantly simple layout. Enjoy!
Mapping is an age old endeavour. We map our world, we map our minds, and now a team has mapped the internet in a very original way.
We run about 40+ websites with WordPress, not including clients and security is always at the forefront of our concerns. We would like to take this opportunity to share with you the absolute best plugin for WordPress: Wordfence.
We have tried and tested so many security plugins, some of which are great at what they do: AntiVirus – SucuriScanner – Theme Authenticity Checker and much more – however no plugin goes as deeply and thoroughly as WordFence.
“Hey Harry, I think this one has got something – To be or not to be, that is the gazorninplat.” – An Infinite Number of Monkeys, Bob Newhart
If you love classic humor, you’ve probably heard this routine by Bob Newhart who imagined the daily routine of human supervisors in charge of an infinite number of monkeys, who according to the celebrated theorem, if given enough time would write all the greats literary works of all time.
Unfortunately, these typing monkeys seem to have found new jobs, mostly with technical support teams at some of America’s top Web Providers. We deal with a number of hosting services and had a bit of a problem of late: a default 404 page that distributes malware.
Our provider, which we shall not name at this point, has many servers one of which hosts over 90K websites. Within this server, is a directory no client can access, it is the /error/ directory, and it is here that a custom 404 page with an iframe that calls up a page from the infamous SearchMagnified site.
document.write('<iframe style="width: 100%; height: 100%; border: 0;" src="http://******.com/?dn=' + location.hostname + '&pid=******"></iframe>');
Seriously, forget about it. No really, don’t even bother. As today’s web evolves, you’re better off creating your own one or two page site with a blogging platform with links to relevant social media where you’ll do most of your work anyway. Most important of all, provide useful and basic information that can be easily accessed with a mobile device !
- Be to the point. Nobody cares about splash screens, flash intros, portfolios or any other useless drivel beyond the basics : Who, What, When, Where, How and WHY!
- People perform searches on the go. They now spend more time searching with a mobile device than on destop computers.
- People want to know WHERE you are. If you’re not on Google Maps, you don’t really exist.
- People want to know WHAT you do. Be social. Facebook for instance is the best way to get people to know you and trust your services.
- Get involved with niche web 2.0 services relevant to your industry.
- Forget twitter. It’s basically for politicians, celebrities and news.
We recently discovered an amazing service that finally delivers what it promises: to be able to manage and post future tweets. If you run a blog, you probably would like to promote your postings evenly over time instead of the classic burst of links most users are accustomed to.
As well, if you have a major event coming up, do you have the time to promote in on twitter, or would having tweets arranged by date and time be a time saver? Welcome to Twuffer, a twitter scheduler with impeccable functionality, ease of use and – best of all – no link jacking. You know what I mean, don’t you?
For years, we’ve listed and sold stuff on eBay (not an affiliate links for sure …). Ever since the mid to late 90s in fact. We stopped selling for a while, and almost forgot about the service until we realized we had quite a bit of good quality equipment we wanted to offload. We went back to eBay … We were shocked. Things have drastically changed and not for the better, why this is we decided to investigate.