We are really proud of the fact that we’ve retained almost all of our original clients while we develop new relationships with new clients. One of those long-term clients is Tom Kirkman, publisher of RodMaker Magazine in High Point, North Carolina. We’ve been providing Tom with internet web development services including e-commerce, custom coding, WordPress…

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Here in Greece, the weather has been sweltering hot as it usually is during the month of July. We’re here, putting some of the final touches on our European office, located in Nea Ionia, a suburb of Athens. We have some staff training to do as well as some other tasks, and all require a…

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One of the things we are really proud of here at The Ian Scott Group is that over the years, our client retention rate is extremely high – perhaps one of the highest in the web development business. When we started back in 1997, many of our associates through other businesses at the time became…

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As of this month, July 2019, The Ian Scott Group will no longer be supporting JSHOP – an e-commerce platform that has existed since about 2002. In its day, when it was first released and then subsequent upgrades, JSHOP was a powerful and flexible platform for website owners wishing to sell products and services online.…

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From all of us at The Ian Scott Group, we want to wish our Canadian clients and friends a very Happy Canada Day, 2019! For those of you who still recall when the day was officially named “Dominion Day,” Happy Dominion Day to you if you prefer that. Canada has been one of the freest…

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For some website owners, they will have a surprise waiting for them if they try to update their version of WordPress to the scheduled new release of V. 5.2. WordPress has announced that version 5.2 will be released and along with that, the minimum version of PHP required will 5.6.20. If you are using anything…

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We (that means 4/5 of The Ian Scott Group) traveled to Waterloo, ON on Friday evening to cheer on David at the annual Canadian Karate Kung Fu Association tournament and conference. It would be David’s first appearance at a tournament in a few years and we were all happy to be there for him. Friday…

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Earlier today, it was announced that the popular social media sharing plugin, “Social Warfare” has been found to have a serious security vulnerability. This is a “Zero-Day” vulnerability in that the proof of concept has been released before the plugin code writers have released a secured version. The full proof of concept may be found…

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After writing our article on site speed a couple of weeks ago, we have had some interesting questions from Orangeville and area businesses about site speed issues relevant to the town. Orangeville has some unique issues due to its location – a town of about 30,000 people surrounded by a wide swath of rural area…

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