Copyrights for Websites

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DISCLAIMER: This information is educational and is not intended (and should not be taken) as legal advice. Legal analysis constantly changes, even on a single fact. For any specific legal problem, please contact an attorney before deciding how and whether to proceed. It’s a new year, and time to do your annual website updates. From updating team photos…

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How to fix your broken Avatars in WordPress

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Here is one suggestion on how to correct your Avatar As you know your Avatar is a product of Gravatar that you have setup to use to identify yourself across the internet. But you have noticed your picture is not showing up especially inside your WordPress site. Now you are looking at your Avatar settings…

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Happy Easter 2022

Happy Easter 2022

We would like to wish you a Very Happy Easter. As we are making plans to spend time enjoying our family and friends our office will be closed on Good Friday April 15, 2022. But don’t panic as always our Tech Support Team is always there for you when you submit a Support Ticket from…

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How Is Your Website Breaking The Law?

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With the ever increasing amount of online fraud, theft and spam, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been vamping up their efforts to protect US consumers on the web. Since 2014, there has been a noticeable rise in the FTC regulating companies’ data security practices and cracking down on non-compliant businesses. Additionally, the EU has…

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Online Sales Tax Is Changing

When's the last time you bought something online? This month? This week? Probably today? Online retail sales is a $409 billion business and growing each year. That staggering dollar amount has state and local governments looking for a way to cash in. For years there has been a battle between states and online retailers regarding when to collect sales and use tax for online purchases. In the early 90's,  Quill Corp. v North Dakota set the precedent that an online seller had to have a physical presence in a state before sales tax was required to be collected. This past June however the US Supreme Court overturned that decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc, paving the way for states to collect sales tax from out-of-state online vendors.

When’s the last time you bought something online? This month? This week? Probably today? Online retail sales is a $409 billion business and growing each year. That staggering dollar amount has state and local governments looking for a way to cash in. For years there has been a battle between states and online retailers regarding…

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Countdown to GDPR: Effective May 25, 2018

Personal Data Security GDPR

Beginning in a matter of mere weeks, the EU will be enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – a set of laws designed to protect the personal data of its citizens. Effective May 25, the GDPR applies to any company that processes or stores the personal data of EU citizens. GDPR BASIC COMPLIANCE A…

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Gutenberg: Moving WordPress (And Your Website) Forward

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“The printing press ushered in social, political, and economic sea changes. Gutenberg changed everything. It’s time for WordPress’ next big thing, the thing that helps us deal with our challenges and opportunities. The thing that changes the world. Gutenberg.” – Matt Mullenweg, WordPress Founder The inventor of the printing press, Johannes Gutenberg, changed the world…

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How To Write Goals For Your Website

2018 Goals

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery The beginning of a new year always symbolizes the beginning of a fresh, new start. With goal-setting season in full swing, what are you setting out to achieve in 2018? Have you had time to sit down and ask yourself what you…

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Top 5 Signs Your Website Needs An Upgrade

Time to Upgrade

Does your website make you proud? Is it the best possible reflection of your business or venture?  Let’s face it, in today’s digital, tech-addicted world, most people’s first impression of you will be based upon what they see online. Their first stop is going to be your website. So how does your site stack up?…

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WordPress 4.9 is LIVE: See Whats New

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“New features in 4.9 will smooth your design workflow and keep you safe from coding errors.” – Mel Choyce, WordPress Blog The newest version of WordPress has been released –  WordPress 4.9 – dubbed “Tipton”. Fun Fact: WordPress core developers agree they all share at least one thing in common, a love for jazz music, and have…

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