Responding to repeating questions from clients and colleagues about recommended Firefox plugins for Web Development and basic SEO/SEM, following are the Firefox Addons I can’t do without :
ColorZilla web developer addon
It assists web developers and graphic designers with color related tasks.
With ColorZilla you can get a color reading from any […]
The other week I was horrified finding out how some of my friends do their CMS testing and debugging (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, whatever) – they do it online. To their defense I would say that they backup everything and put the site in maintenance mode, but it’s a real problem that they keep experimenting […]
I can’t imagine why, but over half of the world’s web surfing population is still using old versions of Internet Explorer (IE) – most running the Windows XP bundled Internet Explorer 5 (IE5), Internet Explorer 5.5 (IE5.5), Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) and the various Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 or 2 versions (IE6-SP1, IE6-SP2). […]
There are endless hosting solutions out there with endless options for you to choose from. The most common question that I get on e-mail is what I recommend for hosting. Beginners usually look for shared hosting providers and the more advanced users usually ask for Virtual Private Server (VPS) or a Dedicated Server (DS) hosting […]
Site slow? account CPU overloaded? Make sure you’re running PHP accelerators on your server.
Recently, a colleague has been having trouble with his site, as his medium-size Drupal website has been running extremely slow and overloading the server hosting account. This could have been due to a number of things, but sometimes even a Googlebot […]
Drupal supports Unicode (UTF-8) out of the box and so Unicode should be used for all your Drupal installations. Problem is, some things you do with your Drupal installation might result in a database or a table that have non-unicode collation.
Here are a few general tips on making sure everything is using Unicode […]