Image Compression & Resizing

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Images often take up a significant portion of a page’s size. Transfer times can greatly impact the loading speed of web pages, which is proven to make a difference in convergence rates. This space does not make much of an impact on a computer since the storage on a computer is massive, but when it comes to sending files, these large files take much longer to transfer over the internet...Read More
Posted in General By Klayton

Our Level 1 Support

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Our development is broken into two tiers, Level 1 and Level 2. Our Level 2 developers are the ones that handle most of your site problems such as extension installation and configuration, code changes, server issues, and most of your custom development. Our Level 1 agents handle some of the smaller issues and questions that can sometimes take just as much time and effort...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers

Importance of a Good Hosting Partner

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Choosing the best web hosting for your needs is one of the key components to having a successful website. While there are many factors to consider when choosing a hosting company, here is a list of our top considerations for a good hosting partner...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers

The Importance of Magento Security Patches

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Since Magento is one of the leading eCommerce platforms, it is a natural target for hackers to exploit. Keeping on top of the security of your site is extremely important for your store as well as your customer information. We’ve seen a number of Magento sites get hacked, and the cleanup is rarely simple to do. Keeping your store updated with current patches can help keep you from a disappointing and frustrating situation and keep your customers’ trust and patronage...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers
We've all heard and seen by now that there are a lot of new and exciting features and layouts in Magento 2. It can be a lot to take in at first. While some of the most notable improvements for Magento 2 are faster site speed and enhanced frontend checkout, there are also changes that will affect you as the Admin user as you oversee your store’s operations...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers
Developers frequently feel a lot of pressure to find areas of possible compromise. Such a daunting task can be stressful yet rewarding. Here are some tips to help you get started. ...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers
Part of staying on top of security is keeping your Wordpress installation, and any plugins, up to date. This is especially true if you have both Wordpress and Magento on the same server because if someone can compromise your Wordpress installation, they have access to your Magento installation as well. ...Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers
You may not think that your site is vulnerable to attack, but the sad truth is that websites are compromised all the time. The majority of website security breaches may not even be to steal your data or vandalize your website, but attack your server. Since your site holds a mountain of sensitive data, it is your responsibility to keep on the lookout for anything that could cause a security vulnerability in your site.Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers

Using Magento Variables

Friday, July 8, 2016

Some site Administrators are surprised to find out that Magento comes with several variables that allow users to plug in values that are commonly used. For instance, if you were to use a specific email address in the content of several of your pages, it would make sense to use a variable. That way should the email address ever change, you would only have to update it in one place instead of each page.Read More
Posted in General By Nylah Tay Rogers