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New Website Design for Appro Development in Lakeville, Minnesota

We are thrilled to announce that we have just launched the new website for Appro Development and Cerron Properties in Lakeville, Minnesota. This is a project we’ve been talking about doing with these clients for some time and finally got to start working on earlier this year. This website features a responsive design that works great in any browser. Almost … Read More

How to Restore a Website from the Wayback Machine – Step-by-Step Guide

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Sometimes life happens. Where once there was a website, all you have now is an error page. Your hosting has expired, there are no backups, and you are panicking. So how can you recover your old website? The Wayback Machine! For those of you who don’t know: the Wayback Machine (also know as the Internet Archive) is a digital archive … Read More

New Website Design for The Anderson Center in Red Wing, MN

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We are excited to announce the launch of our new website design for The Anderson Center. We’ve been working with The Anderson Center for a while now and are very pleased to be able to show off their brand new website with the world. We think the new website suits them quite well, and also is a massive upgrade from … Read More

Where to Sell a Website Hosting Business – We’re Buying!

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So you’re looking to sell your website hosting business, and you want to make sure your clients are taken care of. You want the transition to be quick and painless, and you want to make sure you trust who you’re selling to. I’ve got good news: you found us! We’re interested in speaking to small business owners that provide website … Read More

Checklist of Ways WordPress Redirects to HTTPS + How to Force HTTP

This post might seem a little backwards but there is way less information for this topic than the other way around! I am regularly faced with the need to force http rather than the other way around. Disabling SSL and its inherent encryption is generally not something you want to do in ideal circumstances, but I suspect nobody is here under ideal … 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

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 6 Ways to Sync Inventory between Physical Store & WooCommerce

If you sell physical goods and you have both an online store and a brick-and-mortar store, you simply need to sync inventory between both. You don’t have time to manually update each system every day, and you can’t risk overselling products, either. It’s also very difficult to figure out how to do that. You’ve probably Google’d your way around the web and struggled to … Read More