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Sunday, 20 February 2011 14:56
The Quickest and easiest way to make a favicon
With only MS paint and no 3rd other party applications. This is how we do it:
Wednesday, 01 December 2010 06:47
An Internet warrior in South Africa – the lack of Internet Infrastructure
So for as long as I have been in the entrepreneurial IT arena I have always been told how great it is because I can work from anywhere. Now, I must be honest, this statement does hold true for my line of work but I have come to find that it does fall very sort in the country we live in.
Sunday, 07 November 2010 11:58
I'm going to touch on my personal web browser experiences and look at the web browser market share statistics along with Internet usage in South Africa.
Firstly, what is a web browser? Silly question you would think but it is amazing how many people I interact with have no idea what this is. I have to ask the question "what do you use to surf the Internet? i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox, safari…". Some people do not understand that one requires an application (web browser) to surf the Internet.
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 07:58
This is a small case study on the effects SEO can have on the ranking of your website within Google.
We have taken a client’s site and implemented various SEO techniques while recording the performance the SEO changes made to the ranking of their site.
Firstly, let’s get an understanding of what SEO is. SEO can be group into 2 main categories, onsite and offsite SEO. Both are essential in accomplishing your task of attaining better rankings of your website in the search engine result pages (SERPs). Understanding the two categories and what they deliver will help you know where to focus most of your time and energy to achieve the desired results.
Published in Case Studies
Tuesday, 17 August 2010 14:30
Looking to extend your website with a mobile site? Have an existing Joomla website?
There is a simple and free solution to add this functionality to your website. Firstly, a few advantages and benefits of implementing a mobile website
Sunday, 20 June 2010 07:34
So Paypal has arrived in South Africa in partnership with FNB. Great! But what does this mean? And what is Paypal?
Paypal is an online payment system. It allows one to:
Fantastic, but what does this mean? And how, is this different to Netcash, Setcom, VCS or any of the other South African online payment solutions?
Published in Marketing Blog
Saturday, 03 April 2010 09:05
A simple Joomla gallery plugin.
This gallery came about by amalgamating 2 pieces of work. The first piece of work is a jquery gallery created by, coffeescriptor.com. I enjoyed working with this gallery, it has a great presentation, looks good and is easy to setup. The second piece of work is Simple Image Gallery from joomlaworks.gr. I love this group’s work. Along with some serious solutions and components, they have developed many small and useful Joomla plugins that make Joomla life much easier. So 2 thumbs up to them!
Monday, 15 February 2010 08:37
Google Analytics offers a wealth of information and statistics to monitor and understand your site usage. I always like to squeeze blood from a stone and get Google Analytics to offer more.
For the Google Analytics enthusiast there are plenty of ways to do this. We often like and want to know how users interact within our clients sites. One great way to do this is to record a users actions throughout a site. This can be done by using the Google Analytics event tracking method / functionality (_trackEvent()).
I will give some examples then show you how easy it is to implement.
Thursday, 21 January 2010 08:46
I have always struggled to find a simple and easy solution to generate PDF documents in ASP.net.
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 12:02
This is great news! Particularly for those that may have had issues with Google Analytics loading in their websites, as I have had with some of our client sites. Some of the issues that I have personally experienced with the traditional tracking code are:
The new script is still beta. Thus, one can't access it from their analytics account just yet. However, you can implement it by following these instructions, Google Analytics asynchronous tracking installation. I have already implemented it, it was easy, and tracks perfectly. Now I am just testing some of the scripts tracking methods.