Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Branding your Business by Thinking like a Child

Branding your Business by Thinking like a Child

I’m often amazed at how perceptive children are. My son can bring things to my attention that I would never notice myself. While driving in the car my little guy often points out the minutest of changes or anything that strike his interest. A freshly painted building, a strange car

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Redirecting WordPress from Non-WWW to WWW on IIS

Redirecting WordPress from Non-WWW to WWW on IIS

So I’ve just completed my big move to the new Passive Press domain. The whole process was relatively painless except for one part. I needed a way to redirect non-www page requests to www ones so that when someone typed “passivepress.com” they would automatically get redirected to “www.passivepress.com”. Now if

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Using Firefox to Debug Website Redirects

Using Firefox to Debug Website Redirects

I’ve recently written a few posts around WordPress hosting while moving this site to its new home on Passive Press. One of the things I found curious is how testing a new site can become a pain in the backside simply because your browser’s caching ability. In order to keep

ChrisNewald.com Is Moving

ChrisNewald.com Is Moving

After a considerable amount of thought I’ve decided to move ChrisNewald.com. I’ve always debated using a self-branded domain and after some lengthy discussions with friends, family, strangers on the street and that guy whose name I can never remember, I finally chose to make the jump to something a bit