The Best Free Hosting
by Gary Segoe
Web hosting is pretty expensive. Most web hosting plans will cost around a hundred dollars per year, which can stretch the budgets of some people who want to keep there monthly expenses at a nice even $0. So it’s no wonder that free web hosts are picking up steam, and there is no shortage of options if you want one of the said free web hosts, but how about quality? Is free hosting an amazing deal, or do you get what you pay for?
Fighting Content Scrapers
by Gary Segoe
There are scumbags out there who use automatic bots to scrape content from your RSS feed. More often than not, they use an automatic plugin to go into your RSS feed and steal the article from it. To say it is annoying is an understatement. They steal your content, they (might) outrank you in the searches, and if your website is still developing and not receiving much traffic, Google might finger you as a content scraper and banish you to the non-indexed void. In breif, you probably want to do something about it. So, what can we do?
Free Domains: Are They Worth It?
by Charlie Owens
It’s no question that in life, things cost money, domain names included. Now, as far as things go, domains are pretty cheap, averaging around $15 a year. But what if you want to avoid paying for one? Fortunately, Freenom has your back. They offer a portfolio of 5 free domains, but are they worth it?
Keeping Website Spam Away in 2021
by Gary Segoe
There are a lot spammers out there whom want to clog up your forms with spam. Contact forms, comment forms, forums, if you have a form on your website, you’ll get spam. They have bots that automatically fill in the forms. You don’t want spam on your website. It could make you miss actual important inquiries sent through your contact form. In the comment section, they fill up the area with advertisements and make it hard for acutal commenters to use. The point is, you don’t want spam on your website, and thus you want to find a way to stop it.
The Top 7 Instant Approval Ad Networks
by Gary Segoe
Getting approved for an ad network isn’t easy. All major 3 advertising networks manually review each website before allowing them into the network, and a lot of smaller ones do the same. And it can be tricky to be approved, especially for websites that don’t comply with the terms of service, which say no illegal or questionable content, so, joining an ad network with instant approval may be tempting.
The Best Third-Party Commenting Systems
by The slashCSS Team
Comments are a great part of the web, some may even call the indispensable. I personally love them. After all, they’re a place of discussion, education and criticism. But they aren’t easy to create. You’ll need to know a pretty big deal of PHP and MySQL to be able to create your own. Fortunately, there are plenty of companies out there who are willing to help you out and hook you up with your very own commenting system, some even free of charge.
Warpgate Review: A Brilliant New WordPress Hosting Option?
by Gary Segoe
If I say web hosting, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? The big brands like Hostgator, Hostinger or Bluehost? The smaller ones, like Kinsta, EasyWP and DreamHost? Well, here’s one that probably won’t come to mind. In fact, you’ve probably never even heard of it before. It’s called Warpgate, and in my opinion, it’s one of the best web hosting providers on the internet.
The Proper Way to Harass Your Visitors for Donations
by Gary Segoe
Donations are often a very minor source of revenue. Most sites would probably not realy on them as there main source of income, and some don’t even bother asking for donations altogether. But, depending on your site, you may want to consider asking for them. Even if you use other methods, such as banner ads, to make money, it doesn’t hurt to at least try, and if you get even a single donation from a visitor, hey, it’s better than nothing.

Popular Right Now

Read our most viewed and most loved blog posts and tutorials.
Keeping Website Spam Away in 2021
by Gary Segoe
There are a lot spammers out there whom want to clog up your forms with spam. Contact forms, comment forms, forums, if you have a form on your website, you’ll get spam. They have bots that automatically fill in the forms. We’ve seen it all, advertisements, scams, backlinks, they all have different motives. But how can you stop them?
Fighting Content Scrapers
by Gary Segoe
Comments are a great part of the web, some may even call the indispensable. I personally love them. After all, they’re a place of discussion, education and criticism. But they aren’t easy to create. You’ll need to know a pretty big deal of PHP and MySQL to be able to create your own. Fortunately, there are plenty of companies out there who are willing to help you out and hook you up with your very own commenting system, some even free of charge.
Warpgate Review: A Brilliant New WordPress Hosting Option?
by The slashCSS Team
If I say web hosting, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? The big brands like Hostgator, Hostinger or Bluehost? The smaller ones, like Kinsta, EasyWP and DreamHost? Well, here’s one that probably won’t come to mind. In fact, you’ve probably never even heard of it before. It’s called Warpgate, and in my opinion, it’s one of the best web hosting providers on the internet.
The Best 7 Instant Approval Ad Networks
by The slashCSS Team
Getting approved for an ad network isn’t easy. All major 3 advertising networks manually review each website before allowing them into the network, and a lot of smaller ones do the same. And it can be tricky to be approved, especially for websites that don’t comply with the terms of service, which say no illegal or questionable content, so, joining an ad network with instant approval may be tempting.
Free Domains: Are They Worth It in 2021?
by Charlie Owens
It’s no question that in life, things cost money, domain names included. Now, as far as things go, domains are pretty cheap, averaging around $15 a year. But, what if you wanted to avoid paying for a domain? Maybe you want a testing ground, and localhost just isn’t cutting it. For whatever reason, maybe you’re sick of paying $15 dollars each time you want to create a new website.