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The Safest Plugins for Handling your WordPress Site During Maintenance

by Jake Rocheleau
on August 26, 2014

in Wordpress

Often times you will need to shutdown a website for updating bug fixes, testing a new theme, and other common reasons. But the process on WordPress can be a hassle since you would need to redirect all the traffic onto a new default page. This can easily be handled using some open source plugins from the WP repository.

I want to present a small collection of WordPress plugins for handling downtime on your website. Each of these is open source and easy to install on any website. You can generally activate settings and themes from the backend admin panel. Using a pre-built method will save a lot of time so that you can focus on fixing the site or adjusting your changes to get back online.

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How the iPad POS Is Changing the Way Small Businesses Make Payments

by brantwilson
on April 29, 2014

in iPhone

cbpinkThe need for an effective Point of Sale (POS) system is an issue that many businesses grapple with, especially small businesses. Traditional POS systems can be large, clunky and expensive. In addition, there is often the need for extensive training on how to use these systems. In addition to these issues, the introduction of Internet shopping hasn’t made things any easier, and many small businesses face the challenges associated with a cost effective solution of selling online.

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