Articles From 1998
Last month we looked at securing your Web site with usernames and passwords, and now we move on to digital IDs and certificates. […]
Let's talk security. […]
John Stewart, marketing director of a video firm, emailed us to ask, 'Where should I register my domains?' There are a number of domain registries around the world (for a reasonably complete list see www. […]
There's been much talk in the Internet press recently about the new Top Level Domains (aka TLD's): . […]
Watching The Defectives
If you look after or host Web sites for clients, there's one certainty: if the site is ever unavailable, the client will be trying to view it at exactly that time. […]
Let's leave servers aside for a moment and take a look at an issue which will affect anyone implementing a large Web site, especially if it's being created as a team effort. […]
Do you need a website?
Do you really need a Web site? It might sound like a strange question to ask in a column dedicated to help you build Web sites, but it's obvious if you look at many of the big company sites that their owners didn't start by asking this most fundamental of questions. […]
Black Forrest Gateaux
To misquote Forrest Gump: 'A Web site is like a box of chocolates'. […]
Many people are rather afraid of scripting, which is hardly surprising as it's such a vast area with a lot to understand. […]
An IIS Gotcha
We recently had a problem with a Web site hosted on an IIS server, and that makes heavy use of session variables to track what the user's doing. […]
…The team at CST seem to instinctively understand the needs of our business.
— Mike McMinn, IT Director at Marston's PLC.