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Pulse Blogs By Scott Tirrell

  1. Online Security Tips for Business and Home

    As I am sure you are aware, the first Thursday of May is celebrated as World Password Day. — be sure to order your cake in time and buy Gorilla Glue to seal the envelopes of the cards you will send out to friends and family to mark this joyous occasion. If you’d like to celebrate World Password Day another way, brush up on some best practices to help prevent you from being hacked with a few easy updates.

    Scott Tirrell Scott Tirrell
    May 06, 2021
  2. Testing Your Site for Different Devices When You Only Have Your Computer

    Each passing day it is becoming more and more obvious that my prediction of smart phones as a passing fancy might have been inaccurate. Obviously people seem to enjoy their phones and more and more web browsing is occurring through phones and tablets. So, of course, you want to make that your website is going to look good and be a pleasant experience for this growing segment of users.

    Scott Tirrell Scott Tirrell
    Oct 29, 2020
  3. Why Aren’t Clients Seeing the Changes I Made?

    I think all developers have been there. We make a style change and ask the client to review it, only to have them say that it looks exactly the same as it did before. Then, we have to walk the client through “shift-reloading” or emptying their browser’s cache—an extra step that can seem like arcane gobbledygook to some clients.

    Scott Tirrell Scott Tirrell
    Jul 29, 2020