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Due to voter approval of Proposition 30, the statewide sales and use tax rate will increase one quarter of one percent (0.25%) on January 1, 2013. The higher tax rate will apply for four years — January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2016. For online internet merchants, now is a […]
If you haven’t upgraded your ZenCart e-commerce site to version 1.5 yet, now is the time to do so. The new version was released almost a year ago, and that means anyone still on 1.3.9 (or older) has very outdated software which can leave your site open to security breaches […]
On Monday, September 10th, millions of websites were down for several hours due to network issues at domain registrar and hosting giant GoDaddy. It is suspected that hackers were to blame, and that this was a possible denial-of-service attack (DDoS). In fact, a person affiliated with the “Anonymous” hacking group […]
What is the difference between POP and IMAP? It may seem confusing at first, but I hope to demystify the concept for you. The main difference between the two is how you access your emails, and how they’re stored on the server. Let’s dig a little deeper. When using IMAP, […]
It’s been a couple months since Google Penguin made its debut, but some website owners are just now becoming aware of the major search engine change that could have affected their site traffic. For those that were aware, you are probably just now recovering and finishing the cleanup required to […]
Who says girls can’t code? Most engineers/developers are male, but there are some great female “codematicians” out there (myself, for one!). I’m excited that Twitter has partnered up with Girls Who Code to help in the effort to introduce more women to the art of engineering. Girls Who Code will host […]