SSL Security for Clients and Patients

SSL security for clients and patients is often overlooked when private practices develop purchase web development services. Every site owner knows that over time, the costs start adding up. The cost of SSL for a small practice is often seen as prohibitive.  This article was written for my clients who at times make very bad decisions when it comes to SSL.  I have included very basic and general information about SSL. What is a Certificate Authority (CA) A certification authority [...]

2013-08-31T13:48:22-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , |

Take Control of Your Site

It is easy for small business owners to manage their own hosting and domain registration services if you keep it simple and avoid temptations. 1) Start Here with Hostgator hosting (since they will move your site FOR FREE).  Do this before you initiate hosting or at the same time. 2)  Follow this link to order a shared hosting plan with HostGator.  If you have one domain order the "Hatchling Plan"; if you have more than one domain order the "Baby [...]

2013-01-18T11:57:36-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , , |

Configure Email for Outlook

Be sure to replace with your actual domain name. Your/Display name: anything you want Email address: enter the full address ( Type of connection: POP3 or IMAP Incoming mail server: Outgoing mail server: Outgoing mail server does require authentication. Incoming mail port: 110 for POP3, 143 for IMAP Outgoing mail port: 25 (If 25 does not work, try 26, as some ISPs block port 25) ** No SSL boxes should be checked ** Note: If you want [...]

2013-01-08T15:59:09-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , , |

Managing your Email with cPanel

Managing your email is a snap with cPanel and Webmail. Simply follow the simple steps below and you are on your way to having total control over your email. Intended Audience:  Clients with maintenance agreement for hosting Objective: Demonstrate how to create, edit and delete email accounts Critical Information: This does not show HOW to set-up your email accounts. Please refer to an earlier post for that information. Step 1.  Login to Webmail using your entire email address such as [...]

2018-11-15T09:28:24-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , , |

How to get started with a Website

This article was written to answer some simple questions about websites, domains, email, hosting, and other important internet services. If you've ever wondered how sites are hosted and by whom, and how domain names are created, then this article will be helpful. Where to Start You will want to begin by finding a domain name for your website. For example . There are a couple of sites I recommend to find a domain name. If you know the name [...]

2018-11-15T09:46:23-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , , , |

How to Set-Up Email with cPanel

I provide cPanel software for my clients to manage their server account. cPanel is server administration software that makes it easy to perform the necessary tasks to maintain your server. Many clients want to manage their email accounts and/or want the ability to create, edit, and delete accounts without our assistance. Intended Audience:  Clients with maintenance agreement for hosting Objective: Demonstrate how to create, edit and delete email accounts Critical Information: This does not show HOW to manage your email [...]

2018-11-15T09:49:38-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , , |

Project Planning

Project Planning Client and developer work together to define the project and project deliverables. Includes these steps: Requirements analysis client goals, target audience, detailed feature requests and as much relevant information as you can possibly gather. Project charter summary of agreed upon information define navigation gain access to servers and build folder structure Determine required software and resources cms plugins designs stock media [divider] Mock-Up Design The design stage involves taking the information gathered in the planning stage and creating [...]

2012-05-17T07:55:00-07:00Categories: Instructions|Tags: , |

Project Work Flow

Web Development Approach 1. Discover Client provides all content within 10 days of project start.  When content is received the project manager meets with client to discuss navigation, design, and site message.  If content is not received in 10 days the project is set aside and the cost of the project is increased by 10% for every two days that content is not received. 2. Define Based on the content received by the client and the results of the interview, [...]

2011-07-21T07:51:15-07:00Categories: Instructions|
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