I was working on a landing page for this site. I noticed that the browser autocomplete functionality was not working for the Ninja Forms contact form. At first I thought it was a conflict with the landing page plugin. However, it appears to be an issue with settings in Ninja Forms. This can have a serious negative impact as far as visitor conversions.
I received an email that appeared to be a response to a craigslist posting I made. The email said to open the Word document with the supplied password for the contact information. As soon as I saw that I pictured the goofy robot with it’s arms flailing saying “Danger Will Robinson. DANGER, DANGER”, or the weird fish guy saying “It’s a trap!!”. Here is how to identify these traps. Continue reading
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If you have a blog or site and want to brand your name, the WordPress author feature can help tremendously. I made a simple change to my four WordPress sites and the Google Search Results changed dramatically overnight.
Imagine trying to unscramble eggs and put them back in an intact shell. If you think you can accomplish that, then skip this article. Otherwise, read on for some tips as to how a developer can leave you with an expensive mess.
If you have an image centric site, you probably wonder “How long does it take for images to get indexed”? It would be nice to keep tabs on how long it takes for your images to show up in the Google Image index. Here is a simple way to do that.
Ubuntu – Do NOT delete the lock file if you see a ‘could not get lock’ when trying to install an app.
I was trying to install ClamAv on two of my Ubuntu machines. I got a ‘could not get lock’ error. A lot of the posts I found said to delete /var/lib/dpkg/lock. DO NOT DO THIS UNTIL YOU EXHAUST ALL OTHER OPTIONS.
As I was working on a site, I found that managing the menu structure was becoming unwieldy. I wanted to have a menu structure that was similar to the way the categories were structure. I found a workaround that gives me the UI I want.
One of my WordPress sites came under a determined brute force password attack. The amount of traffic brought down the other sites on my shared hosting. I added the IP Geoblock and WPS Hide Logins. I also tweaked the settings for Wordfence. The number of brute force attacks dropped dramatically.
I noticed a huge discrepancy in reported page views for a site that had a spike in viewers. The solution turned out to be simple.