If you’re looking for a free email hosting service for your custom domain, Google is still out of the picture. But, Microsoft and Zoho are still in the game.
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Earlier this week the popular domain host GoDaddy had some network issues that took down several million customers’ websites. If you’re fed up with the company, here’s five others that might provide a better experience.
Dreamhost recently added two factor authentication to its online management panel. Here’s how to enable it for your account.
Do you operate a website that uses Google’s Custom Search Engine to provide users with a site-wide search tool? It’s just been updated — Details inside.
Running your own WordPress installation is all about the customization. In this groovypost we’ll show you how to display your own logo whenever you login.
By now most people know WordPress as the most popular content management system (CMS) around. It’s free, customizable, and has tons of plugins. But, one thing about the internet is there’s always plenty of options for those who like to be different. Here’s my top 5 WordPress alternatives for bloggers and web developers alike.
Do you use WordPress on your own installed domain and hosting? If so you have plenty of options for customizing the system, and changing the media upload limit is one of those.
WinSCP is a free (optionally) portable FTP program that packs plenty of features for webmasters on-the-go. Just download, extract, and throw it on a USB stick to have access to your FTP servers.
Microsoft Word is pretty much the defacto standard for writing documents for the office but did you know you can also use it as a groovy HTML editor? I’ve got the details along with our signature step-by-step screenshot walk-though so read on for all the details!
Looking for a free way to make your own version of Stackoverflow? Here’s our top 6 picks for open source substitutes that you can host yourself.
One of the most common and frustrating errors encountered by PHP coders reads: “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted…” followed by something like “(tried to allocate XXXX bytes) in /home/www/file.module on line 12.” This fatal PHP error crops up because, by default, PHP has a memory usage limit of 8 MB for […]
Today Google announced the release of the Official Google Analytics iGoogle Gadget in their first of 3 posts containing holiday gifts. This first “gift” is a treat for webmasters using Google Analytics (Google’s website stats service) and iGoogle (Google’s personalized homepage).
A few days ago something very odd started to happen on all my WordPress sites. The site itself was lightning fast (as normal) however all the admin pages were taking over 30 seconds to display as shown below: The first thing I did was take a look at the SQL side and discovered the WordPress’s […]
When I first launched the new groovyPost.com, I figured I was going to have the same problems I’ve had with other sites I built using phpBB. When I say problems, I mean post and comment SPAM. I’m happy to say the fears were for nothing being that the makers of the WordPress blogging platform Automatic […]