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By |July 31st, 2018|

Few small business owners would dispute the importance of having an effective website. Yet many still take a back seat when it comes to the design and creation of their online presence. Technical aspects aside, you, as the owner, are the best person to make the final decisions on important elements such as content, navigation […]


By |July 31st, 2018|

Technology and design styles change quickly and so too can the focus of your business. It is important that your website remains current with these changes and that your business is getting the most out of the new online opportunities that are available. Sometimes there can be a reluctance to outlay the expense of a […]

The Windows 10 Era Is Now

By |August 1st, 2015|

At some point inside the next 24 hours, Window 10 will “launch” in New Zealand, before spreading out across the globe. To a certain extent. Of course, for the more than 5 million folks currently testing the software, its “launch” is almost a non-event.

For the following cycles of individuals and businesses that will get the […]

Apple once again alerts iOS 8 app developers to upcoming 64-bit requirement

By |April 7th, 2015|

Apple on Monday posted a note to the News and Updates section of its Developer website reminding app makers that starting Feb. 1, all new iOS 8 software submitted to the App Store must include 64-bit support.

Today’s reminder is the second such notice sent out to developers ahead of Apple’s planned migration to a comprehensive […]

7 Things to Consider When Making iOS and Android Apps with Cordova or PhoneGap

By |April 7th, 2015|

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The promise of PhoneGap/Cordova development is quite alluring. Use your existing HTML/JS/CSS skills (and team) to build cross-platform mobile applications for iOS/Android, and other mobile platforms. As a bonus, you can then update your existing codebase once for all platforms instead of maintaining separate repositories (or paying specialized developers). This post […]

Google Technical Advice On Making A Static Web Page Mobile/Responsive Friendly

By |March 7th, 2015|

Old legacy sites are honestly one of the hardest web sites to make mobile-friendly. New web sites that are custom built or running off a popular CMS are relatively easy to convert but old static web sites are a real pain.

Zineb Ait Bahajji from Google posted in the Google Webmaster Help forums detailed technical advice […]