Single Sign On Authentication Using a Symfony Framework
Single Sign-On can eliminate friction in the user experience and can be implemented via a Symfony framework for user authentication between websites.
Ecommerce Tips: How to Prepare for a Successful Holiday Season
Successfully launching an Ecommerce site for the Holiday Season requires sufficient lead time for business planning, building your site and carefully rolling it out before the “stresses” of Cyber Monday.
Forgotten Webpage Not Same as Deleted One (just ask LeBron)
“Scrubbing” unnecessary pages from a website avoids problems like the Cleveland Cavaliers had with “The Letter” while courting LeBron James return.
Why Your Small Business Needs a Web Based Database
Website Database Applications & Open Source Software provide Small Businesses with opportunities to efficiently and effectively maintain information management systems online instead of on a single location system or as space eating paper documents in file cabinets.
Blog <Design, Development>
What’s Wrong With My Web Font?
3 things to keep in mind when choosing a web font to ensure users are getting the design experience that you intended.
Quick Overview of Drupal for Beginners & How To Get Started
Overview of open source content management platform Drupal for beginners looking to get started, including explanation of nodes, content types, modules and core.
Choosing a Crowdfunding Platform
Choosing a crowdfunding platform that’s best for your campaign is no small task since popular platforms may appear identical, but that impression dissipates upon further examination.
Multiple Inserts with Prepared Statements in Symfony 1.4
Using Prepared Statements in Symfony1.4 instead of other methods such as doInsert or creating an object in a loop.
Blog <Cloud, E-commerce>
Data Security: Do I Need an SSL Certificate?
The potential need for an SSL Certificate is an important consideration for any website that handles visitor information in order to protect it and assure visitors that their sensitive data is being sent to the correct source rather than to a criminal enterprise.
Blog <Cloud, E-commerce>
Why PCI Compliance is Vital to Your Business
PCI compliance is important to any business that accepts credit or debit cards in order to maintain the security of customer accounts and customer relations as well as to avoid security breaches and their resulting financial impacts.