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1201: new post   Every Drupal 7 Website Compromised Unless Patched
"Simply updating to Drupal 7.32 will not remove backdoors."
Content ManagementOct 30, 2014
1202: new post   Big List of Redundant Files To Remove From Your Server And Improve Site Security
When installing a standard set of files on your server, such as with a CMS, or even a response form, you may be making it easier for hackers to gain access. WebmasterWorld members discuss a list of files to remove if they are unused.
Content ManagementNov 5, 2014
1203: new post   Critical Joomla Vulnerability in ver. 3.2 - 3.4.4
Researchers (and hackers) are able to gain full administrative access to any vulnerable Joomla site
Content ManagementOct 28, 2015
1204: new post   Pruning Low-Quality and Outdated Content
WebmasterWorld Members discuss pruning low-quality content or outdated content from a site.
Content ManagementJune 4, 2016
1205: new post   Is Sitecore Worth the Cost? A Perspective
Working with Sitecore, from a user perspective.
Content ManagementJan 5, 2017
1206: new post   CMS and SEO - A Dysfunctional Relationship?
"... really concerned that a CMS would destroy our excellent organic rankings and pass us into oblivion as far as the search engines go. "
Content ManagementMay 5, 2006
1207: new post   Automatic Content Generators: What's Your Opinion
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the pros and cons of automatic content generators, with some strong views on the matter."
Content ManagementSept 24, 2007
1208: new post   AP Takes On Moreover Over Possible Copyright Infringement
"The Associated Press said today that it is suing online news distributor Moreover and its parent company VeriSign. The news cooperative is seeking to stop the companies from accessing and publishing AP material and infringing on copyrights and trademarks."
Content ManagementOct 10, 2007
1209: new post   MovableType - Open Source Version
Content ManagementDec 13, 2007
1210: new post   Does WordPress scale?
"I intend to use WP for a project that, over time, will likely encompass 1000s of articles. Since I'm about to get started I realized it may be a good time to ask if anyone has experienced "the limits" of WordPress."
Content ManagementMar 21, 2008
1211: new post   Blog It Tool Makes Link Between Blogs And Social Networking
"Facebook members who install the application can post to multiple blogging services at one time, update their Facebook status in sync with micro-blogging services like Twitter, and have updates from the app appear in their Facebook Mini-Feeds."
Content ManagementApr 16, 2008
1212: new post   How to Secure Wordpress Sites
Tips and links to more tips on how to lock down that notoriously vulnerable piece of software.
Content ManagementJuly 28, 2008
1213: new post   How to Secure Wordpress Sites From Hackers
"To avoid being hacked you should reduce that bullseye on your back which hackers are looking for."
Content ManagementJuly 30, 2008
1214: new post   Joomla Update to Address High Level Security Issue
"This is a quick turnaround security release to address a high level security issue and it is recommended all users upgrade immediately."
Content ManagementAug 14, 2008
1215: new post   Spam Control with Hashcash, Akismet, CAPTCHA or reCCAPTCHA
"The Drupal community finally got most of the modules I wanted updated to Drupal 6, so I finally made the big upgrade. Everything was great, but none of the spam-control modules I use were updated and I soon found myself swimming in hundreds of spambot comment submissions every day."
Content ManagementOct 1, 2008
1216: new post   Kid-Friendly Content Management Systems
"WebmasterWorld members discuss solutions for child-friendly website creation and management. Young children know how to use the Internet, so why can't they have their own website!"
Content ManagementOct 21, 2008
1217: new post   When Does a Work Go Into The Public Domain?
How can I determine the copyright status of old documents?
Content, Writing and CopyrightOct 24, 2002
1218: new post   Payment for Content and Subscriptions Doubles
"The total that US consumers paid for content in Q3 was $361.4 million, a jump of 105% over the same quarter last year."
Content, Writing and CopyrightDec 29, 2002
1219: new post   What To Do With a Shut Down Request?
Beyond a simple page take down request, there is a growing phenomenon of the whole site take down request.
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 7, 2003
1220: new post   Hiring A Tech Editor
"I want to hire and editor to review the work and provide comments and corrections. What should I expect to pay someone with the knowledge I'm looking for?"
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 21, 2003
1221: new post   Increasing Your Conversion Rate
Copy That Sells - Getting Surfers To Buy
Content, Writing and CopyrightMay 30, 2003
1222: new post   Effective Listing a Single Product Site
"My problem is that the site only sells 1 product. I can write 1 page of killer content, but thats about it. I want to make the site very simple to use and only about 3 pages. "
Content, Writing and CopyrightJune 13, 2003
1223: new post   Jargon Intimidates Buyers.
"If people think technology is too complex, they simply won't buy it..."
Content, Writing and CopyrightJuly 8, 2003
1224: new post   Copyright Issues in Using Facts From a Book
Content, Writing and CopyrightOct 7, 2003
1225: new post   Enwording, Spim, Spam, Inbox Sludge, and Skiddies.
"And why do people coin new words? Why don't they mint them? "
Content, Writing and CopyrightNov 14, 2003
1226: new post   Copy That Sells
"...They laughed when I sat down to play..."
Content, Writing and CopyrightNov 25, 2003
1227: new post   Stolen Content: What To Do First
Primer for dealing with copied sites and stolen content
Content, Writing and CopyrightDec 22, 2003
1228: new post   What To Do When You Have Content Copied
Starting steps to take when your content is copied and placed on another site.
Content, Writing and CopyrightDec 22, 2003
1229: new post   Keeping Your Content Unique
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 12, 2004
1230: new post   Using Public Domain Works
Resources for determining when works are in the public domain and can be used freely.
Content, Writing and CopyrightMar 21, 2004
1231: new post   A suggestion about copyright questions
Answers the often-asked question, "Is it OK to copy this?"
Content, Writing and CopyrightMay 11, 2004
1232: new post   PageJacking Nightmares Move To Ebay
As if simple pagejacking and so called "Caching" were not enough for webmasters to worry about, here comes the Ebay slice it, dice it, and sell it crowd.
Content, Writing and CopyrightMay 24, 2004
1233: new post   Rhyming Copy Perceived as More Authoritative
We all know how easy it is to remember words that rhyme - but this study says that people also feel rhyming copy is more authoritative.
Content, Writing and CopyrightJune 16, 2004
1234: new post   Guerrilla Republishing In the Face of Unusable WebSites
"some web designers are taking matters into their own hands and 'fixing' websites whose designs are terrible or aren't accessible to handicapped users. These renegade designers redesign the site and host the improved version on their own server."
Content, Writing and CopyrightJuly 20, 2004
1235: new post   What Should The Copyright notice on UK Website Be?
"... a lot of websites offering copyright notice "templates", but these all seem to cover US copyright. Are there any similar services for the UK?"
Content, Writing and CopyrightNov 25, 2004
1236: new post   Copyrights on Contributed Content
Simple question with a can-o-worms for an answer.
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 4, 2005
1237: new post   Liability Issues Return Concerning Online Posts
"...a libel lawsuit against a business professor who posted a student's essay to the web to start a discussion. The problem was that the essay detailed the story from one of his students talking about how a company, Ben-Tech, had allegedly pushed him to take confidential materials from Siemens, where he was employed at the time. While posting the paper to the internet was mainly for class discussion only, Google found it, and that helped Ben-Tech find it, and decide that it was libelous."
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 25, 2005
1238: new post   Automatic Geo Language-Delivery
Content, Writing and CopyrightFeb 11, 2005
1239: new post   BBC Opens up Content
The BBC is giving web developers and designers outside of the organisation access to its content so that they can "create cool new things"
Content, Writing and CopyrightMay 13, 2005
1240: new post   Evergreen Content is Always Fresh and Somewhat Timeless
"Evergreen: Like the name it's "always fresh". It's somewhat timeless. Like great truths, evergreen content has staying power..."
Content, Writing and CopyrightJuly 19, 2005
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