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HTTP Strict Transport Security: More secure SSL

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 10.28.2014 / In Code, Code Process, Tips, Code Tips / 0 comments

How to enhance the security of your site with HTTP Strict Transport Security.

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Privacy: Plugins, Darknet and VPNs brought to you by The META Q

Privacy: Plugins, Darknet and VPNs

By Glenn McComb / Posted 10.23.2014 / In Business, Code / 0 comments

Looking for more online privacy? Free browser plugins are a great start; Tor and other Darknet interfaces are a more drastic solution, with VPNs a smart choice somewhere in the middle.

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Fixed navigation with CSS and jQuery

By Grant / Posted 10.14.2014 / In Code, CSS, jQuery / 0 comments

Before embarking on a fixed navigation, prepare your user interface (UI) and assets to provide the best end user experience.

Ello: beautiful, ad-free and hard to navigate brought to you by The META Q

Ello: beautiful, ad-free and hard to navigate

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 10.7.2014 / In Business, Social Media, Reviews / 0 comments

Based on what I’ve been reading around the Interwebs, most people are expecting one or more of the following things from the new social network, Ello. 1. People will flock to Ello initially then disappear. 2. Once Ello gets big, they’ll find some way to exploit users. 3. Ello will get bought out by Facebook.

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Zen and the art of checklists

By Lauren Cain / Posted 9.30.2014 / In Business, Business Process / 0 comments

We all have stress. Sometimes lots of it. Balancing your family, household, finances, health and personal life can be difficult and all of that can impact your productivity in even the most enjoyable low-stress job.

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Expression Engine 2.9: The way conditional logic should be

By Mike Wenger / Posted 9.23.2014 / In Reviews / 0 comments

Expression Engine 2.9 may not have a big list of shiny new features, but it does have a great big update that I’ve been waiting for– an update to conditional logic!

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ExpressionEngine Math Operators

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 9.10.2014 / In Code, Code Process, ExpressionEngine, HTML, PHP, Tips, Code Tips / 0 comments

It's time to get excited. Math operators are now a native component of ExpressionEngine!

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Who edits the editor?

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 8.26.2014 / In Tips, Content Tips / 0 comments

Much like how doctors make terrible patients, editors stink at editing their own writing. Even the best editors can often be blind to their own mistakes. Here's how to fix that.

Sunrise: Your calendar, reinvented brought to you by The META Q

Sunrise: Your calendar, reinvented

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 8.5.2014 / In Business, Social Media, Reviews / 0 comments

I have a lot of calendars - work, personal, family. Some are Google calendars, some are iCal. I’ve spent hours trying to get them all synched up on my iPhone (link) but after downloading Sunrise, I can say with very little hyperbole that my life has been revolutionized.

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A First Impression of Amazon Web Services

By Clinton Reeves / Posted 7.29.2014 / In Business, Business Process, Reviews, Tips / 0 comments

in this article, we take an introductory look into Amazon Web Services and identify a few of the pros and cons associated with their platform.

Styling select lists for a variety of browsers brought to you by The META Q

Styling select lists for a variety of browsers

By Mike Wenger / Posted 7.22.2014 / In Code, CSS, HTML / 0 comments

There are many JS/jQuery solutions for select replacement, allowing for complete styling of all elements. While I’ve used several, and they absolutely make sense in numerous scenarios, I prefer to not load additional scripting to the Document Object Model (DOM) if I don’t need to. And when it comes to mobile support, why change the interaction?

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