In late 2014 I built a WordPress Learning Management System (LMS) website for a client using the LearnDash LMS plugin. Two months later I rebuilt the site using the Sensei LMS plugin from WooThemes.
Read on to find out why…
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Writing proposals is a fact of life in business. I’ve been cranking them out for the past thirteen years, eleven of those while building homes, and, with some overlap, the past four years building websites. I’ve used everything from specialized construction software to emails, Word documents to FreshBooks estimates, and finally Bidsketch. Doing one thing […]
A little over a year ago I wrote a blog post comparing Backblaze and Mozy, which has been one of the more popular posts on this blog. Today I’m writing about a product called CloudBerry Online Backup, and using CloudBerry with Amazon Simple Storage Service, better known as Amazon S3. So what is CloudBerry? And […]
Two related events inspired me to take another look at my online backup strategy this week – building a new desktop computer to replace my aging Dell 690, and moving from XP Professional to Windows 7 Ultimate. The move to Windows 7 had a few small “bumps” along the way, mainly with some software and hardware that weren’t compatible with the new OS, but overall it has been a very good move. However, this post is not about Windows 7, it’s about comparing two online backup services, so here we go
An unpleasant reality of life with the Internet is spam, and if you have a website that uses a contact form eventually you will be a target of spammers. One solution to fighting spam is to use a Captcha form along with the contact form. The problem with Captcha is that it can be discouraging to the real person who wants to use your contact form but they can’t read or figure out what they are supposed to type in the Captcha form – especially if the Captcha looks like one of these examples.