Archives : Apr-2014

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Apr

The Slow Painful Death of Nokia
The Slow Painful Death of Nokia

If you are over 25, you’ve probably had a Nokia in the past. Most people remember them as amazing hardware. They were sturdy, and performed well. Amazing quality like most things from Finland. Then the evolution of the smart phone READ MORE

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Apr

Today, while upgrading server servers for clients, we upgraded from Apache 2.2 to 2.4. Immediately sites received 403Forbidden. That’s because there is a small change here: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/upgrading.html Basically, in your host files, you have to replaces “Allow from all” with “Require READ MORE

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Apr

WooCommerce Multiple Currencies with BrainTree

We recently had a client who uses WooCommerce and conducts business globally. They use PayPal and BrainTree as their payment processors. The challenge they faced was that they needed to process payments in USD, AUD, and EUR. These orders needed READ MORE

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Apr

Heartbleed

By now, you have heard about heartbleed probably? The basics? It’s a bug in OpenSSL that allows hackers to bypass the security that a SSL gives you. If your site has a SSL, it’s important that this is fixed right READ MORE