Google AdSense has introduced two new “page-level” ad formats that only display on high-end mobile devices. The new formats are considered beta at this time. The new formats are anchor/overlay ads and vignette ads. Google explains that the new formats do not count towards your 3 ads/page limit and are optimized to help increase revenue […]
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) was proposed last October by Google to reduce pages to their content so that they load nearly instantaneously. Yesterday, they made the project live for mobile search results. You can see if your site is participating through the Google Search Console site. After selecting your property, under the Search Appearance section on the […]
Occasionally, I like to share code snippets here on 404 Tech Support. I have tried various methods and have not really been satisfied with them. Formatting the code as pre-formatted does not let it stand out enough and still leaves it at the mercy of WordPress formatting. Various WordPress plugins offer Syntax Highlighting capabilities but it […]
I recently switched my hosting to save costs and gain performance. The unmanaged SSD VPS options are almost too good of a deal to pass up. 404 Tech Support is now running on Vultr and I have been very happy with the performance and price. To make things easier on me, I used the pre-built […]
WordPress has launched a desktop application for Windows to manage WordPress.com and Jetpack-enabled self-hosted sites.
Drupal has been updated to version 8.0 with the release of the final candidate today, November 19, 2015.
I began looking into status page software that would provide the service and templates for reported outages. I setup Cachet, a free and open source software that provides the status page service.
Online forums may find success by finding their community and using the right forum software to fit that community. This article is a survey of some of the popular forum solutions available.
As a collaboration between 18F and the U.S. Digital Service, a set of Web Design Standards has been set forward for government sites to use.
The free certificate authority sponsored by EFF, Mozilla, and others are continuing to make progress.