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  • Tech,

Stripe vs. Square: Which Is Better For Your Business In 2023?

Are you starting a business or thinking about changing your payment processing provider? You’ve probably heard of Stripe and Square, two of the most popular options on the market. But which one is right for your business? The ability to accept payments online is increasingly important in today’s digital economy. With the growth of e-commerce […]

  • Tech,

Understanding The Reverse Proxy Server

A reverse proxy server retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. It typically resides in a network’s DMZ ( Demilitarized Zone) and forwards incoming client requests to the internal network. A common use case for a reverse proxy server is to provide security for an internal network. The reverse proxy […]

  • Web Performance,

The Importance Of User Context: Why It Matters For Web Performance And UX

User context is the circumstances or factors surrounding a user at a given time. It includes factors such as the user’s location, device, operating system, browser, and other software on their system. This information can be used to tailor the user’s experience on a website or application. For example, if a user is accessing a […]

  • Hosting Glossary,
  • Tech,

HTTP Header: What You Need To Know

HTTP headers are the core part of requests and responses in the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). They define the operating parameters of an HTTP transaction and carry information about the client browser, the requested resource, the server, and more. To understand what HTTP headers are, it’s first essential to know how HTTP works. When a […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Test Website Speed?

If you’re new to the world of speed testing, the whole process can seem a bit daunting. But don’t worry – we’re here to help! This section will briefly introduce speed testing, including what it is, why it’s essential, and how to do it. So, what is speed testing? In short, it’s the process of […]

  • Tech,

Understanding URL Parameters

A URL parameter is a piece of data that is passed in through the URL of a website. This data can be used to track information about the user, such as user’s session ID, or pass information to server, such as which page to load. URL parameters are often seen in websites that use dynamic […]

  • Tech,

What Is Catch-All Email, And How Can It Help Your Website?

A catch-all email address is an email address that can receive messages sent to any email address at a given domain. That means if someone is trying to reach you at [email protected] but accidentally typed in [email protected], the message will still be delivered to your inbox.  While a catch-all email can help ensure you get […]

  • Web Performance,

How Can Third-Party Tags Impact Performance?

Third-party tags are small code pieces placed on a website to collect data. The third party then uses this data to compile reports or provide services to the website owner. Common examples of services that use third-party tags include website analytics, advertising, and social media sharing buttons. How can third-party tags affect your site performance? […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Benchmark Your Website Performance?

Benchmarking is comparing your company’s web performance to that of competitors and similar companies to establish goals for a web performance optimization (WPO) initiative. This can be done using various tools, including website speed test tools, web page performance test tools, and web server performance test tools. Benchmarking your website’s performance is essential for many […]

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