by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Dec-17 | Blog, Blogging, Browsers, Business/Companies, Featured, How-To-Guides, Knowledgebase, Productivity, Resource Links, Slider, Software, Tools, Web, WordPress |
How to fix problems in WordPress caused by plugin conflicts after upgrading, installing, or activating a new plugin or theme, or upgrading the WordPress platform.
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Jun-9 | Blog, Blogging, Featured, How-To-Guides, Mac, Productivity, Security, Slider, Software, Tools, Web, WordPress |
As another ‘How To Guide’ for securing WordPress (website security), this post is an attempt to summarize some of the things that I learned about web security, the methods that I used to identify malware was on my website, and the many resources I currently use to secure my website from future malware attacks.
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Apr-28 | Blog, Featured, How-To-Guides, Knowledgebase, Slider, Web | This article is a 'How To Guide' describing steps to take in order to move your website to a new web host provider, or how to just move your domain registry to a different registrar. Follow this link for registrar contact information to assist you in contacting your current domain registrar in order to make [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Apr-20 | Business/Companies, facebook, Featured, How-To-Guides, iPhone / iPod, Marketing, Social Media, Twitter, Web | This article is a quick 'How To Guide' for setting up a Facebook Fan Page (a.k.a. Facebook Group or Page) and a Twitter account for low cost marketing on a budget. In this recession based economy it's very important to capitalize on some of the free marketing tools available for business and social groups. Not [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2008-Sep-9 | Blog, Blogging, Business/Companies, Featured, How-To-Guides, Knowledgebase, Marketing, Slider | Ever wonder whether to use 'i.e.' or to use 'e.g.' in a technical document or even an email or blogging? I have. So I thought I'd post this to help anyone else who may have wanted to know the distinction between i.e. and e.g. Here is the proper use of i.e. ('that is') versus e.g. [...]