Securing Your Website with HTTPS

March 15, 2017By AmySEO, Web Development

HTTPS migration – you can do it and this is why This is the subject of a talk I recently gave at the Boston WordPress Meetup. It really is a bandwagon that we need to jump on! Every site I develop going forward will be HTTPS and I am converting many older sites as well. … Read More

How to add an Authorize.net Payment Form to WordPress

April 13, 2016By AmyWeb Development

I recently adding a payment form to WordPress using the Authorize.net payment gateway. I found some great resources that I want to share as well as the steps I took to implement the HTML5 payment form. Four steps towards implementing the secure payment (or donation) form: 1. Get a dedicated IP address and SSL Certificate … Read More

Secure website forms with Google reCAPTCHA

March 22, 2016By AmyWeb Development

Instructions to add Google reCAPTCHA to WordPress forms using the Contact Form 7 plugin Easily make your website forms more secure with Google reCAPTCHA. Google reCAPTCHA brings state of the art spam & abuse protection to your website and is easy on your users. Log in to your Google account to get reCAPTCHA Add a … Read More

Custom Installation of SquirrelMail

August 3, 2010By AmyWeb Development

I ventured into the waters of setting up my own SquirrelMail web-based email application on Bluehost – and haven’t seen any sharks yet! Bluehost provides webmail via SquirrelMail, Horde or RoundCube. They are great options but I found that SquirrelMail didn’t have many (if any) plug-ins installed–even the spell checker! Some browsers, esp. Firefox, do … Read More