View Full Version : Do you do your own web-authoring...?
Jan 4th, 2008, 11:30 AM
...or have a hire? I'm considering hiring one for some frequent jobs, where's the best online community for this kind of hiring? Craigslist?
Jan 7th, 2008, 03:07 PM
Craigslist is probably a good choice, especially if you prefer to work with people locally/face to face. RentACoder is also good from what I've heard.
Nov 8th, 2008, 03:45 PM
i allways own my web-authoring..i don't hire anyone, i think is more secure to do it for yourself
Nov 17th, 2008, 09:32 PM
I found that connector you were looking for
Cindy, is this the thing you were looking for?
It's on the list of computer accessories and parts. They have the DVI video thing to convert that jap monitor to work with your other computer. Just about any other kind of wire adaptor, usb connectors, monitor extension wires, ps2 extention wires, and all kinds of female and male swap connectors and things that I think would help your shop. If that above link don't work then goto www.lducompany.com and click on computer accessories. Let me know if that is what you need and give me your email address again.
Nov 23rd, 2008, 10:58 AM
I've used www.guru.com with some good success. It's always a shot in the dark because everyone has great sites, they all claim to be the best.
What I like about www.guru.com is that I can read the reviews of others. Someone that has a few hundred reviews that are mostly positive, is a good choice.
There are too many security issues when creating a website. If you're not already familiar with them then you should have someone else do it for you - but make sure they know and follow secure development.
Have your site tested for cross-site scripting and SQL injection if you're using any type of a back-end database.
Also keep in mind that you'll have to have someone update your software frequently as well. Many forum and blogging software has had their share of vulnerabilities.
Attackers will scan your site no matter how small initially, and they'll find holes in your site if they exist.
Don't think that you can just put up a site and not have to incur any more expenses. It's been getting more and more expensive just having a website, even if you're using open source software.
Just my 2 cents. With today's financial climate, might not be worth anything.
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