Category Archives for Web Development

Stop Wasting Your Time On Tasks You’re Not Good At

Let me ask you something. When was the last time you spent an entire day working on something you didn’t know enough about? It doesn’t matter if it was setting up your wireless printer or trying to configure your autoresponder for the first time. You may have eventually figured it out, but how much time […]

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Which CMS or Platform Are You Using For Your Website


There are quite a handful of CMS around for you to build your site or portal. The question is – which CMS will you use for your site? Of course, it will very much depend on the type of website or portal you’re trying to build. Or maybe you’re not using any existing CMS platform […]

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Learning Contents For LMS (Learning Management System)

I’m currently in my 2-week oversea training –  “Learning Contents for LMS” in SEAMEO VOCTECH Brunei. With 2 more days before the training officially ends, I must say this training trip is a fruitful one and an eye-opener for me. It is the first time I’ve experienced educators from the various SEA countries – Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, […]

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Newbie’s Handbook on WordPress Development

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WordPress was once nothing more than a blogging system, but throughout the years, it has definitely evolved into a lot more than that due to the thousands of widgets, plugins and themes. Nowadays, WordPress is used as content management system that provides bloggers and developers with everything they need, all in one place. Why Choose […]

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Top 3 Web Development Tools in 2017

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Web designing and development is as easy as making perfect half-fried eggs, sunny-side up—which is to say that it’s really not as easy as it looks. Regardless of what most people believe, without the right guidance and tools, web development is anything but a piece of cake, and if you’re new to the technical world, […]

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How Do You HTTPS Your Sites When Your cPanel Do Not Support LetsEncrypt Installer

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If your hosting is not SiteGround, chances are you don’t have LetsEncrypt installer in your cPanel. So how do you HTTPS your sites then? If you’re at LetsEncrypt and attempting to install SSL certificates manually, you’ll soon hit wall if you’re a beginner in such stuff or when you’re not familiar with command lines. Plus, if […]

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How To HTTPS WordPress With SiteGround’s Free SSL Certificate (LetsEncrypt)

This video will show you exactly how to HTTPS WordPress : You will realise that SiteGround is one of the (very few; if not only) top-tier hosting providers that provided in-built LetsEncrypt integration within cPanel. LetsEncrypt is a free and very robust SSL issuer that is well supported/sponsored by many big players like Mozilla, CISCO, […]

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What To Expect From Your Web Developer – The Unorthodox Web Developer Definition

Web developer definition – What exactly does a web developer do? Being a professional web developer isn’t easy. At least not when clients pay you a sum (and it doesn’t matter how much) and they expect you to deliver heaven and earth. Clients also have a great unreasonable tendency of treating you like their 24-hour standby […]

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Should You Hire A Freelance Web Designer?

Should you engage freelance web designer for your upcoming e-business website? These days, internet is king. More and more people are turning to the web to gather information, communicate with others, buy and sell products and services, and the list goes on. It is almost necessary for a business to have a good website to […]

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How To Set A Record to Point Subdomain to another Host IP

How To Set A Record to Point Subdomain to another Host IP : If you have a main site ie. and want to just point a subdomain ie. to a WordPress installation on another web host, here’s what you need to do : Create the subdomain in (new host) cPanel At new host’s […]

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