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Brand Identity and Website Design

The terms brand, branding, and brand identity are often used interchangeably, but they are actually different aspects of how your organization communicates who it is and what it stands for. Brand. Brand is the meaning that people attach to your organization, product, or service. Branding. Branding is the management of the brand’s meaning. Brand identity. […]

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Ultrafast Website hosting with AWS

AWS Hosting Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest cloud computing platform, made up of over 200 different cloud data services that are housed in data centers around the globe. AWS’s three main products are Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Glacier (a virtual machine service), and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). AWS accounts for […]

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Password Security

Password fatigue refers to the feeling experienced by many people who are required to remember an excessive amount of password as part of their daily routine. It is not uncommon for people to deal with these feelings by creating a password that meets many common minimum password requirements, such as being at least 8 characters […]

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Color Selections for Accessibility

Websites and web tools that are designed and coded so that people with disabilities can use them are referred to as web accessible websites. According to W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)1, web accessibility refers to websites, tools, and technologies designed and developed so that people with disabilities can use them. This utilization encompasses the ways […]

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Cookies: what you need to know

Cookies Cookies are text files with small pieces of data, such as usernames and passwords, that are used to identify your computer network. HTTP cookies are a specific kind of cookie used to identify specific users and to improve user web browsing experiences. Data stored in a cookie is created by the server as you […]

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Secure Website Features

Secure Website Features  In your internet travels you have surely encountered links or websites that had you asking yourself, “Is this website secure?” There are many deceptive tactics that cyberattackers can employ to trick you into clicking on their malicious links, but you can protect yourself by knowing some of the signs that the virtual space you […]

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Subdomains

Subdomains A subdomain is a prefix added to your original domain name. It is like a domain within a domain, and it may look something like this: www.subdomain.example.com. Subdomains are commonly used by developers to use as a test version while they are creating a website, so that they do not disturb the traffic on […]

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Government Websites

Alt Text for Web Accessibility

Alt Text for Accessibility  Images need alternative text (alt text). Alt text is primarily used by people who use screen readers to access websites, applications, and other software. People who use screen readers are usually visually impaired and their impairments could range from complete blindness or to having vision impairment significant enough that reading text on […]

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WordPress for Enterprise

WordPress for Enterprise   WordPress is the most well-known and most popular Content Management System (CMS) available. WordPress is a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform that focuses on aesthetics, web standards, and usability, and WordPress powers more than 37%1 of the top 10k websites in the United States. It’s a powerhouse. While WordPress touts itself as a “personal publishing platform”, this CMS has […]

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Mobile First Website Design

Over the last several years, Google has been working towards the advancement of mobile-first indexing1. Mobile-first indexing means that Google primarily uses the mobile version of a webpage for ranking and indexing purposes. If your website has separate mobile and desktop URLs, Google will display the mobile URL to mobile users, and the desktop URL to desktop users, […]