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Are You a Blogging Grammar Nazi?
Posted by Gary Locke on 10/30/2014
I can drive myself crazy when I’m out in public. Really, it takes very little effort. If I’m home watching television for a half hour, it’s a safe bet that sometime in those thirty minutes I will hear someone misuse lay and lie. When that happens I correct my television out loud...
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Posted by Gary Locke on 10/29/2014
When a website is launched, we say that it went “Live”. It has a presence on the Internet, taking in visitors and giving out information. It can be as vital and robust as you choose, but even a simple site with just a couple of pages has a life and a purpose.Unfortunately, many...
Blog Comments and Spam
Posted by Gary Locke on 10/22/2014
You’ve all seen spam on a blog post. You’ve probably also seen spam on some YouTube videos, and Facebook fan pages. We know what it looks like, just as we know that it can be the harbinger of disaster.“This is very Useful information thank you. Perhaps will please write more...
Drupal Vulnerability and Drupageddon ‘14
Posted by Gary Locke on 10/20/2014
A serious code breach in Drupal 7 was unearthed last week, leaving many sites at risk. Well, actually, it just resurfaced, since it had been identified and then dismissed last year. No one can afford to ignore it now.This vulnerability is SQL Injection, a very common hacking...
WordPress vs Drupal
Posted by Amanda Downie on 10/16/2014
 Although there are many blog posts out there comparing Drupal and WordPress, I’ve found that there still seems to be a lot of confusion as to when it makes sense to choose one or the other. They both have a lot of positive similarities, making them equally great platforms...

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