Working with the Jigoshop eCommerce Plugin for WordPress

I have spent some of the past few weeks familiarizing myself with the for . While there are a few eCommerce solutions for WordPress available, Jigoshop is a relative newcomer on the block and is in fact still a beta product that will very soon hit 1.0 status. As Jigoshop sits now though, it is … continue reading →

 
 

How to Setup Postfix for Mac OSX and WordPress PHP Mail

I have been running a off of my own computer for awhile now and wanted to use the Fast Secure Contact Form Plugin for WordPress. The problem was while the Apache web server was up and running along with PHP and MySQL to handle the back end for WordPress, there was no Mail Server for … continue reading →

 
 

How to Choose a Strong Website Password

Blog owners from all over the world are being advised to re-consider their web site password security after WordPress.com was hacked yesterday. Only a website hosted on WordPress.com should be affected, but it does raise the issue of Internet Password Security once again. Follow these tips and video to improve your strong web password security.

 
 
 

Setting up a Home Webserver with a Dynamic IP

While in the past I have used a hosting service to run a website, I have for some time wanted to run my website off of my own home based computers.  The problem of course, is a constantly changing dynamically assigned IP number from my ISP making it impossible to have a permanent address that … continue reading →