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Cybersecurity Tools you can use Alongside a Firewall

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The state of the workforce today doesn’t require physical presence to create utility. This is why offices are pushing for employees to work from home, saving costs on office space and electricity. With a smartphone and a laptop, workers can complete job tasks and submit them remotely. But without the proper cybersecurity tools, office infrastructure is being exposed to increasing security threats. However, despite these numerous benefits that arrive with technology, there are some drawbacks. Cybersecurity breaches have become the order of the day. Most times, firms and individuals activate firewall security as a lone defense to the never-ending cyber […]

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WebARX Simple Website Security & Monitoring Platform

Website Security & Monitoring

If you care about your business and your customers’ businesses, you need protection from hackers. You need to have a complete overview of your websites, first line of defense and an intelligence system that will let you know when there is a risk and how to eliminate it quickly. Recently, I wrote about keeping your WordPress website secure and why you should be using a website firewall (WAF). This is a good place to start if you do not fully understand why website security & monitoring is important. We recently reviewed the new WebARX website security & monitoring platform. WebARX […]

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Web Designer SEO Basics

Web Designer SEO basics

Most articles on the web today on the topic of SEO deal with specifics of ranking your website high in search engine results. But, at our Bangkok web development agency, it is important to teach our web designer, SEO basics. Here is a short list of SEO considerations that a web designer should take into account. Let me start out by defining the general SEO basics. SEO refers to the idea that links to your website, and from your website, contribute to the search engine rankings of your site. The goal of an SEO exercise is to optimise your content […]

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Recovering from the Yoast Attachment URL Bug

Yoast attachment url bug

The following documents my journey while trying to fix the Yoast attachment URL bug. The issue is described, along with a formal apology, in this blog post. It all began when one of our SEO client sites became a victim of the Yoast attachment URL bug with an update done to the Yoast SEO plugin. This was an appropriate test because the client is Digiceed, a provider of SEO services in London.

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Latest Web Development Trends

web development trends

Why Web Development Trends are Important Web development trends are constantly changing. With it, platforms, languages and other components that comprise the web are also becoming more refined. Boundaries are being pressed by the growing need for businesses to deliver their products and services to multiple devices around the world. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the most useful web development trends for today’s websites with a goal of reworking your website into an experience for your visitors that they will interact with.

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WordPress Security: Why you Should use a Website Firewall (WAF)

web applicatiion firewall

In a previous post, Keeping Your WordPress Website Secure, we discussed various options for securing your website files, databases and other WordPress related items from hackers. When our Security Services team implements a solution, we focus on adding layers of security to protect your website. One way we do this is with a website firewall (web application firewall or WAF).

In this post, we will help you understand the basics of a website firewall. We will discuss why having a web application firewall is important. Additionally, we will provide you with a list of website firewall providers you can use for your website.

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Using PDF files – Pros and Cons

PDF files: pros and cons

I have been working on a project recently where the customer has requested the use of PDF files in the content. This actually happens frequently, especially when the customer is not that web savvy. It usually also involves a lengthy discussion on the use of PDF files and the impact to the visitor.

But it has caused me to sit back and make an attempt to understand the perspective of the customer.

Using a PDF file or two is not necessarily a web design sin. In fact, there are points to defend the use of a PDF file. So I thought it might be beneficial to highlight the pros and cons of using PDF files in your website content.

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