Why do so many ecommerce companies hire technology professionals? Because they know (or have discovered
Hackers are a sad reality of our tech-driven life. Falling victim to a hacker is a very real possibility no matter how secure your site is.
Admin forgets their password. They’ve tried using the password reset on Sitefinity’s login page, they’ve had another admin trigger the
WordPress? Sitefinity? Big Commerce? These are all Content Management Systems and if you’re doing research ...
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These instructions are for a Feather (MVC) widget, but you’d retrieve the same value if you were using a regular Sitefinity widget. Skip to the code
Finding an agency to work with to manage your online presence is far from a trivial pursuit. There are many things
Some companies have clients all over the world who speak many different languages. What language should the company’s website be in? Today, Google has published their recommendations for international website in their webmaster central blog.
For this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Denver, CO the directors of the event decdided to redisign the website for the event, and give the public a more user-friendly experience while finding information about it. But when they turned to Infront Webworks it became clear that we could do much more that simply give them a website.
Ok, we're a tech company, so we're not talking about strangely colored trees on the world's longest river, but we are talking about something that is just as interesting to our client and to our web development team. This story tells of our approach to solving the problem of importing Amazon's products into the SiteWorks ecommerce database to save time and money in creating a great website.
In the course of educating prospective clients on what makes a successful website (see my blog post on "The Big Three" in website design), I'm often asked (and sometimes ordered) to use WordPress for the website's content management system (CMS). I hear, "everybody's heard of WordPress" (see wordpress.org for more info) and, despite not really knowing anything about it, some people seem to think it's the best thing since oxygen (better even than sliced bread). But I'm here to tell you about a GREAT alternative to WordPress.
Cloud computing is one of the least understood, but most widely used services on the internet today. The cloud is used by people both at work, at home, in their cars, and anywhere else an internet connected smartphone is used. So, what is the cloud really? What's it's history? How does it work? How is it used? Read on to have these questions and more answered.