It’s October, which is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (or NCSAM)! In honour of this month, we’ve written up a few tips for you to stay safe online. Red Flags That You’ve Been Hacked You see posts that you’ve never made on your social network page. While you may wish that you lost 36 pounds […]Read More
It takes numerous hours and effort to build a website. That’s why it is extremely important to safeguard your website files by performing backups on a regular basis. For our cPanel web hosting clients, it is very easy to do backup. Simply log in to your cPanel and there is an option called “Backup Wizard”. […]Read More
In simple terms, content theft refers to the stealing or unauthorized usage of web content (both graphics and text) by another website. “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”? Certainly not in the case of content theft. Most content thieves steal content simply to fill space on their websites and attract traffic (think Google AdSense). Content […]Read More
The reason why you choose WordPress to build your website is because it is easy to use and you do not need any HTML background knowledge to create your website. So, when your website is done and completed, you work very hard to create more posts and content everyday. Your website traffic picks up and it starts to grow. To enhance your readers browsing experiences, you start using more WordPress plugins so that your website can have a few extra features (i.e. Social Media Share button, different language translators, etc). However, you start to realize that the more plugins and posts you make, the longer load time your website experiences. What should you do now?
Nobody likes slow websites. Nobody likes to wait around for websites to load every minute. Your (potential) readers will leave your website when it does not load for 10 seconds which means it is very important to optimize the load time of your WordPress website. Therefore, we have prepared a list with 10 easy tips to speed up your website.Read More
We’re recently received a domain renewal notice for a domain registered with us. This suspicious renewal notice offers recipient 1-year domain renewal for $75 and “Lifetime” domain renewal for $499. The letter is wary due to the fact that the total of the maximum number of years for domain renewal is 10. Here is a […]Read More
As mentioned earlier in our blog post, it is very common that online users store their passwords in their FTP programs. Although such practice is very convenient, if their computers are infected with virus, the virus can examine the infected computers and FTP program. Hackers can then access to the FTP program and find the […]Read More