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Understanding and Using Timestamps

What Is a Timestamp? A timestamp is a value that generally includes year, month, day, hour, minute and second and time zone. Timestamps can show...
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Strategic Use of Meta Title Tags, Page Titles and Permalinks

Meta Tags, Page Titles and Permalinks: they aren't the same. Their jobs have subtle differences. One-size-fits-all works, but like clothes this strategy is more easy...
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Does a Bad Website = A Bad Company?

A bad manager once told me, "Perception is everything." This was a man who lied a lot ... at someone else's expense to benefit himself....
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Why I Don’t Recommend WordPress Themes Not Listed in

Most of the sites I have worked on use themes from the WordPress respository ( But, I have had a few scattered experiences with themes...
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Is it a Hack, or is it a Bug?

When something goes wrong on your website, it's difficult to tell whether the problem is whether something is broken due to a technical error or  due to a malicious action.
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Would You Use IntelliJ for a Simple HTML and CSS Website?

While a simple HTML and CSS site can be built with a text editor and a browser, a simple project like this is a good way to learn professional tools.
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How Use Cases Lead to a Customer Friendly Organizations

each of the people who interact with you represent a different use case in that they each need a different mix of services and accommodations. General needs can be grouped into use cases that will lead to better customer service  over-all.
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What Is an API?

An API comes in when two programs have to share information. It makes sure that the receiving program can use what was sent, without getting into the sending program's business.
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