Things To Consider When Refreshing Your Website

John CraftsGeneral Blog, Informational Blog

So you have reviewed your website and have decided that it’s time to either refresh or rebuild the website entirely. Now what? Your instincts will tell you that it’s time to find a company to get you started on this process, but there are some things you should consider when refreshing your website. Think about what the purpose of your website is. Thinking about the main … Read More

6 Signs You Need a Website Refresh

John CraftsGeneral Blog, Informational Blog

Your website, especially right now, is one of the best ways to showcase your business. It acts as a reflection of who your business is to your potential customers. Because a website is so important to a business, it, like most other things, should also get a refresh every so often. Below are a few telltale signs that will help you determine if you need a … Read More

X Theme’s New Layout Builder

John CraftsInformational Blog, Web Design Blog, WordPress Blog

Exciting news! is launching some new changes to come for web developers with X Theme. In their June 2020 status report, they briefly teased the new Layout Builder and some of the new features to come for developers. The new features are described as taking things to the next level. They will allow developers the flexibility to format blog posts, blog listings, and archive pages, … Read More

6 Web Design Tips

John CraftsInformational Blog, Web Design Blog

Web design is constantly evolving. With the advancements in technology, web design is getting incredibly creative and interactive. Many elements go into designing and crafting a website. It’s a balance of being unique and grabbing the viewers attention while still keeping the site functional and clean of clutter. In the last few years, we’ve seen web designers experiment and play with new techniques, reinvent previous styles, … Read More

Why I Love Hackers

John CraftsGeneral Blog, Web Security Blog

I love hackers, yes hackers. North Korean, Chinese, Russian, Saudi, wherever they may be and whatever they may be doing it for, I love them. I know this may seem like a bizarre position to take, especially as a person who spends a great deal of his time at work making websites, protecting those websites from hackers and cleaning up messes made by hackers that found … Read More

Security News: Adobe Accounts Hacked

John CraftsInformational Blog, Web Security Blog

Last month, hackers got into Adobe servers and released a list of 130 million (and growing) user logins and passwords. These accounts, some active and some inactive, were linked to Adobe products, credit card information, personal names and addresses and a multitude of other customer information. Jeremi Gosney with “Stricture Consulting Group” analysed the password and user information and found that a very large percentage of … Read More