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Forgot Your Domain Login?

December 20th, 2010 · Comments Off

You have probably seen the commercials on TV about GoDaddy and their inexpensive domains. They offer a great service by allowing the average web visitor to purchase their own domain and create a site.

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Tags: Hosting · Servers · Web Development

Making a server side backup through PHP

June 29th, 2009 · Comments Off

If you’ve ever worked with a large website and wanted to download a copy of it, FTP could drive you nuts (especially if you have a flaky internet connection). You probably assumed there is some way to zip (archive) a site into one large file for easy download. Now even if you don’t have shell access to your web server you can create a single file for download.

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Tags: Coding · Hosting · Servers · Web Development

Twin Cities Web Design Services

June 26th, 2009 · Comments Off

Reynolds Design Studio has started to focus their attention at the twin cities of Minneapolis MN and St. Paul Minnesota. If you are from the twin cities and looking for affordable, creative web design and website development contact Reynolds Design Studio today!

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Tags: Hosting · Servers · Web Development · Website Utilities

Administering a Linux Server

January 20th, 2009 · Comments Off

If you’ve ever watched a server administrator when they are noodling around the server you’d see a bunch of lines keep zipping up the screen. You’ve probably wondered what could they possibly be learning from this information? Although many system administrators know a large array of Linux/Unix commands there are a few that will get you started (and keep you from breaking things in the process).

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Tags: Servers

Redirecting an HTML Page in PHP

March 22nd, 2008 · Comments Off

If your new to PHP and looking for an easy way to send your user to another page try using the php function header(). You shouldn’t use this function if you are trying to redirect a site or page for SEO (search engine optimization) reasons because Google and the other engines won’t give you credit for the redirect.

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Tags: Coding · Servers · Web Development

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