How to Protect a WordPress Site from Hackers

WordPress is a frequent target for hacking. Hackers are targeting the theme, the core WordPress files, plugins and even the login page. These are the steps to take to make it less likely to be hacked and to be able to recover easier if it should still happen. How Hackers […]

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Marketing Accessibility Based on Human Life Experiences

Companies buying accessibility AI remediation solutions for websites show a careless attitude toward visitors with human life experiences. The latest approach to website accessibility is a claim that one line of JavaScript inserted into a website property: Defends the company from an accessibility lawsuit. Automatically remediates the source code. Provides adjustments […]

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What Are Breadcrumbs & Why Do They Matter for SEO?

When it comes to SEO, there’s a lot to contend with. Keywords, links, and in-depth content all impact your ability to rank in the almighty search engines. It’s like competing in the fast-food arena today – tacos or burgers? But what about breadcrumbs? No, we’re not talking about the tasty […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to ADA Website Accessibility Compliance

The lack of websites and mobile apps that pass accessibility compliance standards was disappointing news for accessibility advocates. When schools and businesses closed due to COVID-19, the public turned to the web for supplies, services, education, information, and access to their jobs. What they discovered were websites and apps they […]

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Google Purchased AR Startup North in Shift to Ambient Computing

Google purchased augmented reality (AR) company Focals by North. Focals by North provides frictionless access to mobile apps via a heads up display that only the wearer can see. According to the By North support pages, the Focals product allowed users to see baseball scores, weather, answer texts, access their calendar and other useful functions. […]

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