Add Creative Commons Images to Your WordPress Posts

What are Creative Commons images? They are images you can use freely on your WordPress site, provided you adhere to the image’s licensing agreement. Read our glossary entry for Creative Commons for more details and tips. Use these instructions to find, modify and add images to your WordPress site when you are on a web browser on […]

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Creative Commons (defined)

The Creative Commons organization is a non-profit that: provides free, easy-to-use copyright licenses to make a simple and standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work–on conditions of your choice. What this means for web developers and designers is: a wealth of high quality content available mostly free of […]

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Review the Public WHOIS Info for Your Domain

Do you control your domain record? You can check to see who has control over your domain with a free WHOIS search. The WHOIS search displays information about: your domain registrar The domain contacts: Registrant or Billing, Admin, and Technical If you or someone who works with you isn’t listed as one of the three domain […]

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Protocol (defined)

In the world of computers and networks, a protocol is an agreed-upon set of rules or procedures for transferring data between different devices. When two computers use the same protocol to communicate, it means they’ve agreed to use the same structure for the data they are exchanging, and that they will follow the same steps […]

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Internet (defined)

The Internet is a network of computer networks that uses the same computer networking language (or protocol), TCP/IP. Before the wide adoption of TCP/IP as a common language that most computer systems understood, many computer networks used proprietary protocols owned by specific corporations. In practical terms, this meant that you could only communicate with the other […]

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