You’ve probably seen a number of stories recently about hacked financial data and hacked social media accounts. There was a recent attack on a vulnerability of a WordPress plugin that affected 100s of thousands of websites, effectively taking them offline. At Primm, we regularly see sites with potential for problems. Here are some top tips to … Continue reading Website Security Basics
This Monday, the internet was abuzz when Google sent out warnings about mobile website usability to MANY websites. Of course, none of the sites our amazing developer, Lucy, created got a warning. We hear that many local companies did receive warnings, so we’re feeling pretty proud here at The Primm Company. Here’s a brief FAQ that you … Continue reading Did Your Site Get a Mobile Usability Warning?
One way to reduce the expense of having a website built is to use a pay-by-the-month service. Fifty or a hundred dollars a month is much more palatable to a new business starting up than a few thousand dollars up front for a new site. Unfortunately, many of those services use proprietary platforms. So, while … Continue reading The Problem of Proprietary Platforms
We’re pleased to highlight our recent web projects: BCS Voice & Data is a Virginia-based technology company serving local businesses with telecommunication systems, information technology services, structured cabling installations, and audio visual solutions. Although headquartered in Virginia Beach, the company serves clients in Hampton Roads, the mid-Atlantic and nationally. They needed an easy-to-navigate site that … Continue reading Recent Web Projects: BCS, MathWarm-Ups, Southern Star and Yorkshire Dentistry