The Online Work Network for Web Professionals (OWNWP) Logo got a splash of color this week. The change was to brighten things up a bit and to better incorporate the red and gold colors already used throughout the site. OWNWP has also started providing site sponsored and complementary webinars hosted and presented by OWNWP paid
I recently attended a WordPress security hacks webinar called How Anyone Can Hack Your WordPress Site in Minutes, hosted by Dre Armeda of Sucuri. Sucuri runs over 2 million malware scans on websites each month and according to Dre, Sucuri finds that website hack attacks are mostly automated! Types of site security attacks are: Defacements, Backdoors,
Skills and Education It is no secret that many of the OWNWP community members are also members of iThemes Web Design community. iThemes is a WordPress development community offering themes, plugins and training webinars. Many OWNWP members use, like and promote the iThemes products and services. Some members feel the iThemes products, support and education
The Story of the Precious Stone Imagine this scenario from a Bob Green column… A Texas gem dealer went to a mineral show in Arizona. There, he met a man who wandered creek beds, looking for interesting stones. This man was displaying some of his finds in plastic containers. Among the smaller stones the dealer
The Online Work Network for Web Professionals (OWNWP) 2013 free wallpaper images are now available for download. This year we have 5 different wallpaper options. All of the 2013 wallpaper images use hues and shades of the blue, brown, gray, green and taupe colors that you will find on and around the OWNWP website.
As a web designer or developer, do you insist upon a footer link to your web site somewhere on your client’s site? For instance, do you make it part of your contract that a link to your site must be in the footer or elsewhere on their site? This was an opening question not long
Adding value to others begins by first being able to recognize, build or develop something of worth within ourselves to offer. So, how do we add value to ourselves? Evaluate and re-evaluate ourselves while being honest with what we discover. To find your own value, take notice of what, where, when and how you are