Redirect One File Extension to Another with .htaccess

Redirect File Extension To Another Htaccess

For something seemingly so simple, it’s amazingly hard to find a good solution that redirects all files with a given extension on your site to another. I spent a long time Googling and testing and still kept running into issues. But my wasted time is your gain! Because I’ve figured it out. As it turns out, there is more way … Read More

Converting SSI / SHTM Sites to PHP in Minutes – Guide

I was recently lucky enough to purchase a local website hosting company, and I quickly discovered that about 30% of the websites used .shtm files. These SSI files used “HTML Include” directives to load additional content to each page, such as the header and footer. And they didn’t function – at all – on my servers. As it turns out, … Read More

Which Registrars Offer Free Domain Forwarding? A Roundup

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Domain forwarding is a human right! …Okay, maybe that’s a bit strong. But in my opinion, such a trivial service should be included in the price of domain registration. You would think that all registrars would allow you to redirect your domains elsewhere to encourage you to purchase domains you don’t need. But sadly, some of the older, more antiquated … Read More

How to De-index Individual Pages in WordPress

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For a variety of reasons, you may have some pages on your WordPress website which you need to prevent Google from indexing. There is a right way to do it and a wrong way. Maybe you’ve just received the nasty notice from Google regarding your robots.txt file and how you need to remove the “noindex” directives from within and have … Read More

The REAL Cost of Your Cheap Website Hosting

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It seemed like a no-brainer. For less than $100/year, your pals over at Godaddy, Bluehost, or HostGator would host your website for you. You heard about some of the better hosts but once you saw that they cost more, you ruled them out. It’s just hosting, right? Wrong! While it might seem like you’re saving money at first, I can … Read More

PageCrafter is Focusing on Visual Creators

We are pleased to announce that we are now focusing our efforts on clients that are “visual creators.” What are “visual creators” you ask? These are organizations like home builders, architects, and breweries that build or create something that we can show off with the right website design. We love big, beautiful, interactive websites. And we love working with those … Read More

Check if Your Website Supports TLS 1.2 – 1-Minute Tutorial

With the upcoming changes to PCI compliance and the whole credit-card industry, it’s important to ensure that your SSL encryption supports TLS 1.2 and HTTP/1.1. If you’re here, you more than likely received a letter or warning from PayPal or your credit card provider that you failed a test or otherwise need to verify support of these things. *Note: it’s … Read More

New Website for River School of Music

We’ve recently completed a very fun new website for the River School of Music in Burnsville, Minnesota. The client loves it, and we are extremely happy with the results. Website Features The site includes many features that make it attractive and functional. We built it to be fully mobile-friendly and responsive. Because many of the visitors to the site are … Read More

PCI-Compliant WordPress Hosting in Minnesota

If you’re here, you probably just learned that you need to be PCI-compliant and are in a scramble to figure out how to do that without breaking the bank. Very few providers have an easy solution for you, and the list of requirements might seem impossibly daunting. Never fear! We are here to help. We have an out-of-the-box solution that … Read More

Top 9 Biggest Problems with Small Business Websites

We works with tons of small businesses, and we’ve seen it all when it comes to websites. Certain types of problems come and go, but we thought we would make a list of some of the most common and easiest to fix ones. In general, we thought these were the most important ones to get right if you intend to … Read More