A Content management system (CMS) is a software application that provides the website authoring, collaboration, and administration tools to allow users with least knowledge of web programming languages to create and manage website content with relative ease. CMS designed for Web publishing provide options and features to index and search documents as well as specify keywords and other metadata for search engine crawlers. This enables businesses to handle the complexity of maintaining web and digital experiences easier to make global in reach. This system is mostly used in collaborative set-ups where multiple team members can monitor and manage web content.
Best Content management system Tools:
WordPress is one of the world’s most popular CMS tools. WordPress is a free and open-source Content management system based on PHP and MySQL. This does not call for the need of PHP or HTML knowledge. A preinstalled plugin and template system permits to be installed very easily.
User-friendly design – In this system anyone can develop and charge for their plugin or theme. You can get everything you need in the WordPress install source to build a basic free website.
Community – WordPress is an open source project, which was created by and for the community. This implies you are free to use it for any type of website without paying a license fee. You can save plenty of time by having quick access to the script you need.
No prior characterization requirement – There is no need to worry about dealing with an in-depth prior characterization. The script has over plenty of plugins available on its website. You just start with what you want and include features as you go along.
Drupal is a free open source Content management system which can be used by individuals or groups of users for easy creation and managing many types of Web sites. Drupal transform business content management into powerful digital solutions. This system has awesome standard features, like easy content authoring, reliable performance, and great security.
Quickly test out your ideas – Because of convenient design, you can have a prototype tested out over an entire weekend if you so desire. Drupal helps you to build the versatile, structured content that dynamic web experiences prerequisite.
Updates are prompt and reliable – Administrators of Drupal system are automatically notified of the new releases through the Update Status module hence maintains a security announcement mailing list. Thus delivers quality results.
Community – Drupal Content management system is one of the largest open source communities in the world. With abundant passionate developers, designers, trainers, coordinators, editors, and sponsors working together, you can create documentation, share networking opportunities, and more. As the Drupal Content management system (CMS) is an open source one, it stands with the rules of the open source community means that the software is licensed for free to provide universal access.
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There has been a growing concern regarding fake internet pharmacies. In fact, the growth in the number of fake internet pharmacy websites has been termed as a “global disaster” by the pharmaceutical industry.
There are two things to stress here.
First, there are definitely unscrupulous con-men operating fake internet pharmacy sites. You must take care in verifying the validity of any online pharmacy before you order your medications from them.
Secondly, you need to take reports from the pharmaceutical industry with a grain of salt. Big Pharma wants Americans to continue to buy “inflated and overpriced” pharmaceuticals from their local pharmacy. It is in Big Pharma’s best interest (more profits) that you pay top dollar for your medications locally rather than buying your medications affordably from a licensed Canadian pharmacy. Therefore, they use fear to scare you away from Canadian pharmacies and Canadian prescription drugs.
So how do you ensure that you are ordering from a genuine Canadian pharmacy and not a fake internet pharmacy?
First, review the pharmacy’s website thoroughly. The website should provide you with the pharmacy license number, the physical address of the pharmacy and the regulatory body that oversees their operation. Most Canadian pharmacy regulatory bodies have a website that lists the registered pharmacies in their jurisdiction. You can visit the website http://www.napra.org in order to find the listing of pharmacies for each province in Canada or to find the regulatory body for the particular province your pharmacy is located in.
The pharmacy should also provide a phone number on their website for you to call. A pharmacist should be available for you to speak to about your order. Ask the pharmacist about their credentials and ask for their license number. If you want, you can verify this license number with the provincial pharmacy regulator.
Another item to look for is the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) seal. CIPA is an organization that represents legitimate Canadian pharmacy sites that provide pharmacy services to patients internationally. Now, seeing this seal on a website is not a guarantee in and of itself. Fake internet pharmacies have been known to hijack the CIPA seal and place it on their website. The only way to verify the legitimacy of the CIPA membership seal is to actually visit the CIPA website at http://www.ciparx.ca and use their Verify Membership function. A fake internet pharmacy will not have its website listed here.
And the final item to look for on a Canadian pharmacy website is the PharmacyChecker seal. Pharmacy Checker is an independent agency that verifies the legitimacy of Canadian pharmacies as well as American and International pharmacies. In fact, pharmacies can not advertise on Google without a PharmacyChecker seal and Google takes this very seriously. You can verify the PharmacyChecker seal by visiting http://www.PharmacyChecker.com and clicking on the Pharmacy Ratings and Profiles.
Other than checking out the above items on the pharmacy’s website you should also make sure that the pharmacy requires you to provide a prescription from your doctor. Any website …Continue reading »
For your laptop to connect to your Wireless Network it must have a wireless adapter or wireless NIC. Such adapters are small radio transmitter / receivers which allow your Laptop to send and receive radio signals.
Three main types of Wi-Fi adapters are available: Wireless Nics, PCMCIA cards and USB Wireless Adapters. Some newer laptops and computers come with integrated wireless adapter chips.
All common adapters support either Ethernet (wired) or Wi-Fi (wireless) standards. USB Wireless Adapters are usually small and connect to your laptop through a USB port. An advantage to a USB type Adapter is that it can be swapped between laptops or desks easily.
Two kinds of wireless USB adapters are marketed by some manufactures; A "compact" model for travelers and a "basic" model for office or home use.
These adapters draw their power from the host laptop or computer and therefore do not require a separate power cord. The adapter's wireless antenna is always external to the computer and on some units the antenna can be adjusted manually to improve the Wi-Fi reception.
Because of the small size of these adapters and the fact that they are easy to setup they are a very attractive choice for those who want a network setup that is simple.
Some wireless network users prefer to buy a brand of adapter that matches the router that they have or are purchasing. Some manufactures even sell the router and adapters as a bundle referred to as a home network kit.
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Debugging:-Computer programmers, like everybody else, are not perfect. This means the programs they write sometimes have small errors, called “bugs,” in them. These bugs can be minor, such as not recognizing user input, or more serious, such as a memory leak that crashes the program. Before releasing their software to the public, programmers “debug” their programs, eliminating as many errors as possible. This debugging process often takes a long time, as fixing some errors may introduce others.
Compiling:-When programmers create software programs, they first write the program in source code, which is written in a specific programming language, such as C or Java. These source code files are saved in a text-based, human-readable format, which can be opened and edited by programmers. However, the source code cannot be run directly by the computer. In order for the code to be understood by the computer’s CPU, it must be compiled into an executable program.
Most software development programs include a compiler, which compiles source code files into machine code. This code, sometimes referred to as object code, can be executed directly by the computer’s processor. Therefore, the resulting application is often referred to as an executable file. Windows executable files have a .EXE file extension, while Mac OS X programs have .APP extension, which is often hidden.
So the conclusion is a compiled program may have errors or bugs but not a successfully debugged program cannot have any.
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While creating a new website, developers have to focus on both frontend and backend development. The frontend of an application refers to the code that is visible to the website visitors. Normally, frontend code creates interfaces through which the application interacts with the users. On the other hand, the backend code interacts with the server, and delivers content or data to be displayed to the users. So the backend code deals with the application as well as the web server and database. The combination of application, server and database makes the backend coding both complex and important.
Why Developers Must Pay More Attention to Backend Web Development?
Facilitates Information Exchange
As noted earlier, backend consists of three key elements of a website, i.e., application, web server and database. While accessing the user interface of a website, each user is required to provide his login id and password. The login id and password provided by the user is validated by the backend. Likewise, any information submitted by the user is stored in the databases through the backend code. Also, the backend retrieves information from the database, and sends the information to the user interface for displaying to the user. Hence, the backend of a website acts as its structure and facilitate information exchange.
Runs in Various Environments
Nowadays, businesses deploy websites and web applications in a number of environments. For instance, some enterprises prefer running websites on web servers, while others deploy web applications in the cloud. At the same time, many businesses even combine both hosting options to avail benefits like enhanced performance and scalability. The web server setup varies from one network to another. Also, the programmers often distribute server-side workload over multiple machines. The varying hosting environments make it essential for developers to customize the backend of websites.
Contains the Application Logic
Most programmers nowadays keep the user interface and application logic of a website separate to simplify its development and maintenance. In addition to including the domain and infrastructure components of an application, the application logic also performs the routine data processing required by each business. The backend of a website contains its application logic. Hence, the developers must focus on backend web development to switch from one frontend to another seamlessly, and make multiple user interfaces access the same application logic.
Adds Utility to Each Frontend Functionality
While developing a website, programmers are required to write backend code to add utility to each frontend functionality. For instance, they have to write code using a server-side programming language to add functionality to a user login form. Each time a user enters his login credentials, the backend code will collect the values, and compare them with the login data stored in databases. Likewise, backend code also adds functionality to various forms, profiles and accounts. Hence, no website can function without quality backend code.
Impacts the Website’s User Experience
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When you are charged with a computer crime, you want an attorney that will do everything he or she can to defend you. Staying out of prison, avoiding a criminal record and protecting your family is important to you. Then why would you hire an attorney for a computer crime if that attorney doesn’t know anything about computer forensics?
As an attorney, we have to be experts in everything. That’s what makes this job so fun. While we cannot be experts in everything all of the time, we need to have a basic understanding of the issues that we will face. Its the same reason why the days of the general practitioner are pretty much dead. There is just too much out there to know. Thus, I don’t expect that many attorneys will become a computer forensics expert, they should have a basic understanding of what it is and how to use it to craft a defense. However, most don’t because many lawyers went to law school before the modern computer became common place. Thus, many still have a fear of computers and technology in general. Even though this attorney may be great in other areas, selecting this same attorney to defend you in your computer crimes case could lead to disaster.
Computer forensics is the art and science of applying computer science to aid the legal process. It is a vast subject area that first requires a deep knowledge of computers and networks which is why many lawyers don’t even bother learning it. Thus, it is impossible to even tough on the most basic concepts of computer forensics in this article. Instead, I will highlight how and why it is important for the lawyer to understand computer forensics when defending computer crime cases.
In just about every case, the State will have a computer crime expert who will discuss computer forensics. Thus, you may need an expert as well. If you have one, he or she can help you make sense out of their expert’s reports and testimony. However, this person is not a lawyer. Relying solely on their input essentially turns the defense of the case over to a non-lawyer. Would you want a surgeon to operate on you based upon the advice of someone who is not a doctor? Furthermore, you may not always be fortunate enough to have a client that can afford an expert. Thus, you need to be able to understand what their expert is saying both in their reports and testimony.
This will also prevent the “deer in a headlights” look that experts often create when they “teach” the defense lawyer. As the defense lawyer, you should be doing the teaching, not the State’s expert. However, I have seen defense lawyers ask open ended questions in an attempt to understand the expert’s testimony. The expert winds up doing more damage that they did on direct as the expert is teaching everyone, including the jury and the defense lawyer on cross examination. This leads …Continue reading »
By invention of the Internet, times changed. In the beginning, only people who could code could make websites, and make a profit off the Internet.
But, recently, times changed again and more people were able to make websites and make a profit. This was because companies like WordPress and Blogger made it easier for people to build a website from a template and to start posting regularly.
So, how did they make money?
Contrary to popular belief, they did not just make money by posting. Firstly, they had to post about something that they had a genuine interest in and then they had to join affiliate programs, so that they can advertise products on their blog or website.
How do affiliate programs work?
In an affiliate program, you will be given some links or banners to post on your website. If one of your readers clicks the link or banner and then they buy something, you will get a share of the profits. The share will initially be small, around 5% of the total profit, but the more popular your blog becomes, the more people will click on the products and the more money you will make.
However, a lot of people go into the idea thinking that they can post about one thing and advertise about something else. But, it does not work that way. You have to post about an area similar to what you want to advertise.
For example, if you want to have a link to a dining room table in your article, you can’t write an article about football and expect to make a sale. You would have to write an informative article about how you would design a dining room, such as.
This is because the readers need to know that you have knowledge about dining tables so that they can trust your word. Your blog or website will be more successful if you are more reliable about your niche.
So, what about furniture affiliate programs?
Affiliate programs surrounding the niche of furniture are very successful. This is because customers are always buying furniture. You might not see a lot of repeat business from one customer, but they will always need something.
There is also a lot to write about when it comes to furniture. You could focus a blog post on designing, buying furniture on a budget, or even repairing and selling old furniture. You can’t really go wrong.
You could write an article reviewing certain items, or having a top 10 list for the best pieces on the market. If you were to do this, you could have multiple links in the same article, but make sure that you have built up an audience before you go bombarding them with links.
The trick is to make the article useful and to make the reader feel like you are helping them with something. This builds up trust between the writer and the reader.
Which furniture program?
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You need to keep your patients’ electronic data secure to meet both HIPAA and Meaningful Use requirements, but of course beyond that, it is the right thing to do. Your patients entrust you with sensitive information that could be used by criminals to wreck their credit and to provide private medical information to employers or others that they didn’t want made public.
An objective for Meaningful Use requires doctors to protect electronic health information created or maintained by the certified EHR technology through the implementation of appropriate technical capabilities. They don’t specifically state what those “appropriate technical capabilities” are so that you can choose the appropriate ones for your practice now, and as technology changes, you can change with it.
The HIPAA Security Rule lists four types of safeguards you must implement. They are administrative safeguards, physical safeguards, organizational standards and policies and procedures. Part of the administrative safeguard is a security risk analysis. This isn’t something you do once and you’re done; it is ongoing and must be revisited at least annually. It isn’t something you can just delegate to your EHR vendor. You can find details in the Guide to Privacy and Security of Electronic Health Information from healthit.gov. Especially look at Chapter 4.
Cyber security, or security through the Internet, is an important part of mitigating risk. In order to send electronic claims, e-prescribe, send C-CDAs to your patients’ portals, and use the Infobutton to obtain educational material, Internet access is required.
Good hosting facilities protect your data with secure firewalls such as Cisco Adaptive Security Appliances (ASAs) and with Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Safe practices include using anti-virus software and limiting the websites your staff members can access to only those that are necessary for the software to function and for claims to be sent. Good hosting facilities will load the latest software and firmware updates for all digital devices.
In your office potential threats can come from email and other websites onto your PCs and your server, if you host your own software. Email can carry viruses and phishing attempts. Phishing, according to TechTarget SearchSecurity, is “a form of fraud in which the attacker tries to learn information such as login credentials or account information by masquerading as a reputable entity or person in email, IM or other communication channels.” Ransomware can be hiding in a link or attachment in an email. Ransomware is malware that stops you from using your computer until you pay the ransom. It can encrypt files or stop certain applications from running. There is no guarantee that paying the ransom will correct the problems it created. Websites can be sources of viruses and other types of malware.
How can you avoid these threats? Teach your staff members not to click on anything that looks suspicious whether it is an attachment in an email or a link. Keep your anti-virus software up-to-date. Load updates to your operating system and to your firmware on digital devices. Give users only the access they …Continue reading »
Change is the only constant and it’s a universal truth. Instead of running away, you should accept it and just face it. When you are doing online marketing, a number of factors you need to take into consideration to get the effective results. As we all know that Google – world’s most popular search engine changes its algorithm and to meet the step with it SEO has also changed over the years. If you still fiddling with its old and useless tactics, so, it will keep your traffic stagnant nothing else. Yes, you have to come out of the bed, there is the world outside, face it and fight with it to be on the top. So, here we discuss old school SEO tactics you should ditch right away to get the bangs for the bucks.
- More Links Means Higher Ranking: When it comes to productivity or improved outcomes, so, more is not always better. It is not always correct that just because you have more links on your website means it will help you rank higher, yes, because their relevancy matters the most. So, instead of focusing on quantity, move your head to the quality.
- Heavy Use Of Anchor Text In External Links: The placement of anchor text no longer works in the SEO. However, overdoing kills the quality and therefore, you should move on from this old school tactics to a new world.
- Use Of Paid Links And Directories: If you are using paid links and directories for the ranking of your website, so, you will surely get punished whenever Google changes its algorithm. Because it is not organic result and can change with every new algorithm. Therefore, doing is no longer effective and just a waste of money.
- It’s All About Writing Keyword Rich Content: Content is the hero of your website that plays a significant role in SEO. The use of a right keyword in the content is necessary as they give effective results, but overuse of keywords will kill its quality. Instead of writing rich keyword content, you should write user-friendly, interesting and quality content.
Stop wasting your time on all above useless SEO tactics that are no longer effective. Update yourself with the new changes and be ready to face the competition. Adopt changes is not a rocket-science unless you don’t know what exactly to do. In case you are one of them, who are still wasting time on the above obsolete tactics, so, take professional assistance from a reliable SEO Company.…Continue reading »