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Codeigniter: Setting up multiple sites on one install

It’s been awhile since I last posted about Codeigniter. In this post, I’m going to walkthrough how I setup a CI install that can support multiple sites. This is by no means the only way to do it, but it’s what works for…

WebPageTest: The little known but great webpage benchmarking tool.

When it comes to testing how fast a webpage loads, many of us are familiar with Firebug/Yslow tool (installable as a Firefox browser plug-in). Firebug/Yslow is a fantastic plug-in for Firefox, it gives a wealth of information about any webpage as your browser…

Why your general email contact is important to your business.

Lately, I’ve been kind of swept up by this craze to own one of those ‘netbooks’, those ultra-portable and cheap notebooks. I was keeping my eye on getting an MSI Wind, and hoping to get in touch with various PC providers to find…

Webmaster tools I can’t live without

Designing and building a website is one thing, but maintaining the site is definately something else. I’ve met many website owners who thought that getting someone in to build up a website and turn it on is all there is to running a…

Planning your blog site

It a real challenge to get your own website going these days, especially when you’re clueless about the website ‘stuff’. Gone are the days of just creating some HTML pages, put in some graphics, and linking the pages around. These days you’ll be…

Headaches deciding Website quotes

The other day, a friend of mine told me that she’s looking to setup a website for her small business in adventure trekking. She asked me to help her look at some website quotations she received from a few local web design companies. Promptly after…