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Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Use the latest software versions. While this may sound like something, which everybody knows and does, it's not uncommon to find a very old version of a script running on a certain site. The words "it was working okay, so why update it" can sound like a reasonable excuse, right until the moment your site is hacked. Newer software versions often include security patches for exploits found in previous versions. This is very important if you are using a CMS script like Joomla or WordPress.
Check for common vulnerabilities. Cross-site scripting and SQL injections are the usual suspects - there are a lot of tools, which can help you check if your site is secure. Such vulnerabilities are most commonly found in custom developed websites - the popular CMS scripts are usually well protected against such attacks.
Check your log files. The log files may seem like just gibberish and non-sense technical data, but they are actually important - they can show you information about who tried to access your site, what errors were caused, etc. It's always surprising what you can find in your logs. A check a week or so will not hurt your free time, but will be good for your site's security.
Check your files' permissions. On a Linux sever, the file permissions will determine who can access and modify your files. Select your permissions so that only you can edit them, and avoid using 777 permissions - a file with such permissions can be edited and executed by anybody, which is dangerous.
Use secure passwords. The simplest type of attack is a brute force attack - a script will try to guess your password, using random letters and numbers. The more complex the password is, the harder it will be to break it down. Passwords, such as "mypass", are much easier to break. A combination of lower and upper case letters plus numbers will make the password much more secure - mYp43s. If possible, you can also add symbols to make your password even more secure. However, have in mind to keep your passwords easy to remember - you wouldn't want to forget your password and not be able to log into your mail, for example.
The best practice is to do a 301 redirect. The 301 message on the Internet is handled by the search engine as: moved permanently. Here is how you can make a 301 redirect for your web page:
The code needs to be placed in the Header section of the website, so that the search engine can read it first.
Header( “HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently” );
Header( “Location: http://www.new-url.com” );
RewriteRule ^old\.php$ http://www.domain.com/new.php [R=permanent,L]
The code above will direct all the traffic from the old.php to the new.php page.
With the rel=”canonical” directive:
If you run an online store and want to sell a custom made handbag, which is available in several colors, and decide to dedicate a separate page on your site for each color, then you have about 3 or 4 identical pages. You can use the rel=”canonical” element to direct all traffic to the page with the most popular color.
This will lead a search engine to point all the traffic from the similar pages to the page you have specified. This code needs to be placed in the header section of all the web pages you wish to lead somewhere else.
With the URL Redirection Manager in the Web Hosting Control Panel:
If you don’t like to meddle with code, or with new file creation, or anything like that, you can use the handy URL Redirection Manager available with all our shared web hosting plans, where a simple web interface will allow you to choose which pages to be redirected and what redirection code to be used.
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
Monday, 1 February 2010
37291, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Saturday January 30, 2010. Kristin Cavallari enjoys coffee and the late afternoon sun with friends in Hollywood. Photograph: Matt Smith/Bret Thompsett/PacificCoastNews.com
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Sunday, 24 January 2010
This blog includes how to use your notepad as a to do list and / or turn it into a html file:
Once you are happy with your html code you can click the save button and open it in the browser again - I refresh the page while holding down the shift button - I can then watch changes I make to the code in notepad and the browser, and flip between the two.
Uses for this function as a web page, might include saving a tab on your browser tool bar as shown in image above, you could save all you most used links there or set it as your start page.
You can also customize website templates using notepad - handy if you just want to change a few links.
Friday, 22 January 2010
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Just a quick blog to say I am still here, roaming the interwebs for things of interest, like web tools I can apply to my theme of coffee - I have one painting nearly ready, I am looking for a particular spray that will add a specific look then I will photograph and sell it for about £45.00 + postage - I''ll go into more details when it's finnished - it is coffee related :-)
So...I am using this posterous contraption again, I haven't used it for a while as it seems to suck up everything - but you could view Zara's Kafe Im Limon posts like status updates from Zaraville, as I'll be adding separate articles to various blogs according to their niche.
I'm flying off now, to bed...
Wednesday, 6 January 2010
Sunday, 13 December 2009
Welcome to Zara Lockwood's 'Google Cafe'
Suggested Steps for Coffee Buddy's:
1. Join My Healthy Coffee Downline Builder
2. Add a Profile At Totallyu
4. Join Zara's Coffee Venues AND add something!
1. Your Host - My Name is Zara Lockwood and my main Niche Coffee and Coffee Products, and this website is a wiki of sorts. I like talking about Web Tools, Instant Coffee, Social networks and my dog on other networks. You are welcome to send me invites to social networks via email@example.com you belong to, add me as a cyber buddy where ever you hang out on-line =) At the moment I am lurking on Techcrunch, Gumtree and Ecademy and I'm on Plaxo and Flixster and Ning quite a bit...you know anywhere I can set up a Coffee stall really, or chatter with interesting people :-) click here for more info about Zara.
2. Under the tab "Cool Internet people" Marlon Sanders has a number of free ebooks, ebooks are electronic books, some are rubbish, some are useful, Marlon Sanders eBooks are always useful so grab 'em while they are free!
3. Under "Find Niches and Tools" you can maybe find a niche you are interested in, ideas for websites and blogs.
4. See menu on the left for more Items.
Bookmark this page!
Did you know Microsoft give people 25 GB of free storage space, ideal for small backups maybe ? or freebies. I should be adding them to this site too soon, I have some other ebook freebies there too.
Thursday, 10 December 2009
Friday, 4 December 2009
Tuesday, 1 December 2009
Saturday, 28 November 2009
Friday, 20 November 2009
Note in the this coffee lounge Zara is 'LemonCakes' and it is a public chat room:
16 – Gather coffee venue
18 – NetLog Coffee Venue
20 – Mixx Coffee Venue
21 – Zorpia Coffee venue
25 – Plaxo coffee Venue
26 – Yahoo coffee venue
28 – Vox Coffee Venue
Thursday, 19 November 2009
Monday, 16 November 2009
Monday, 12 October 2009
On November 19th, Waterstone's booksellers will be helping to launch late-night shopping at The Sovereign Centre in Weston-super-Mare by holding a book signing event. I've been invited to take part, so I will be there between 3:30 and 8:30pm to sign copies of 'The Wonderful Demise of Benjamin Arnold Guppy' (and 'Utamaro Revealed', if you have an interest in Japanese art as well as murdering your neighbours in cold blood). Do come along and say 'ho ho ho' if you're in the area.Waterstone's Booksellers,
The Sovereign Centre,
Tel: 01934 642 588
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
As you may have noticed by now, I am using a gadget to blog that means I can blog items of interest as I surf - the current trend I am following is the trend of cleaning up adverts, nobody wants to be lumbered with a mobile subscription they can't switch off except by changing phone number for example - but this is what is happening - so I am following it.
here is some coffee stuff - there are loads of coffee pictures on flickr well over a Million - so we can share :-)
Some random coffee pics: