Posted 16.05.2013 @ 1.11PM
I have a prospective client asking about malware monitoring for their new site:
"The current site we believe is monitored, for hacking and website malware issues. They monitor the site and scan multiple times a day."
A good host and up to date software has served all my clients well until now, but I don't think this is satisfy this prospect. Anyone have any knowledge on what can be done?
(and this is not for a Wordpress site, so WP plugins no solution...)
Posted 16.05.2013 @ 12.55PM
They would have to open up a new restaurant with a different name I'm sure, I can just see no way back from this. Unless they play on it, and basically become an amusement ride - The World's Worst Restaurant. Folk pay to be served shit food, and be abused when they complain.
Posted 15.05.2013 @ 11.04AM
...but this is truly hilarious!
And a lesson on how not to use social media:
Posted 20.04.2013 @ 12.21AM (Edited 22.04.2013 @ 6.56PM)
Okay, company I work for wanted a new website and they've agreed on a design and someone in house (we only work on print) who does freelance web stuff says we can't do this or its too difficult and not worth it, I just wanted to make sure it is or isn't so I can come back to the owner and give advice.
Anyhow if you look at this rough website design, the owner wants the menu to always align to the bottom of the browser window, just wonder if this is possible on either css or easily able to find a solution? As I'm not 100% sure how to argue its possible or not possible and I can't really find another example to show that it does or proves it impossible unfortunately. I have found some examples where websites have element which always align to bottom of browser window and showed him them but he's argued its a complete different concept and I'm like surely if you can define a div to always sit at the bottom of a window you could do it for another but he seems adamant you can't and obviously I'm not a web expert to argue otherwise. so Hopefully @dave or @pscysm or some of you other webby guys can help.
Also if what he is saying is incorrect I just want to know so I can organise a solution.
Posted 15.03.2013 @ 7.42PM
what @dave said: switch the editor to HTML then paste the embed code in there... if that doesn't work then you must have some funky theme specific issue happening.
For clients we always setup an optional custom field, which combined with Vimeo means that they only have to paste a number into the field and the site takes care of the rest...