Secure Your Site and Detect Hackers with a User Access Audit

Websites can allow visitors to register as users in order to help better serve them, giving them limited access to content or some incentives. This type of user access and data that comes with it is important to most websites and businesses and should be protected. Who has access to your website? When it comes…

How to Define Functions in JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that the vast majority of websites use to perform client-side tasks. It is utilized in combination with HTML and CSS to create the layouts and functionality that we see on sites every day. A fundamental aspect of the functionality of JavaScript is defining functions, so let’s go over a few…

Why Your Online Business Needs an Accessibility Statement

Last month the Department of Justice published its official stance on web accessibility, what it means and how it relates to state and local governments, as well as any businesses working with the public. The guidelines separate government-related entities under Title II and public businesses under Title III. The purpose of the guidelines is to…

Protect Your WordPress Site with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Today, protecting an entire website with a single password is becoming a thing of the past. As passwords can be bought, stolen, and guessed by hackers, companies no longer want to leave themselves vulnerable to attack based on one set of alphanumeric characters. That’s where two-factor authentication, or 2FA, comes into play. “Two-factor” implies there…