Happy New Year! In preparation for 2015, we recommend taking some time to do a little housekeeping to make sure your website is ready for the new year. Here are some simple suggestions: Remove holiday messages. If you’ve added special holiday images, greetings, or offers to your site, make sure to remove them by January… Read More »
Who Palm Press has earned an outstanding reputation for award-winning greeting cards, for superior reproduction and excellent customer service. We offer a wide variety of holiday cards, birthday cards and cards for all occasions. Our cards are printed in the USA, and are distributed throughout the world. In this era of e-cards, tweets and text… Read More »
Computer Courage is currently searching for a new computer technician to work in our Berkeley office and in the field. The technician will perform IT support to our customers via remote and field visits, providing support to businesses and individuals. Job responsibilities include: Perform IT support, networking, consultation, repair, setup and troubleshooting for Computer Courage clients. Perform… Read More »
Last week we automatically upgraded all of our web hosting customers to the latest version of WordPress. This release features security fixes for very rare, but serious threats. It was installed for all of our hosting customers on the same day that it was released by WordPress.org. We strive to deliver you the latest security and… Read More »
School is out for summer, but Computer Courage is here to educate you about web design and WordPress skills all summer long. This is the first of a series of educational newsletters to help you get more out of your website. This month we highlight the amazing integration of Gravity Forms and WordPress. Gravity Forms… Read More »
What are Gravity Forms? Did you know that you can use Gravity Forms to automate business processes like customer support, order forms, and invoice payments? Here at Computer Courage we love showing our clients how a time consuming task like responding to and routing contest requests can easily be automated using a simple Gravity Form…. Read More »
The “Heartbleed bug” (formally named CVE-2014-0160) is a critical security bug discovered in some versions of OpenSSL (a piece of software that provides encryption on a large number of websites throughout the world). This bug can be exploited by hackers to read bits memory from of a protected server. The exposed memory could contain anything… Read More »
At Computer Courage we’ve received a high volume of inquiries from customers about Windows XP and the “end of support” announcement from Microsoft. Read on to learn our summary of the situation and our recommendations for you.
Computer Courage has teamed up with local real estate developers Hudson McDonald once again to make another in a series of beautiful websites for their development properties. The Metropolitan is a brand new housing facility for UC Berkeley students and offers a convenient on-site application feature.
Photographer Leah McCormick is an artist with original vision for photography and design. Leah worked in Photoshop to create a unique design for her website, then worked with Computer Courage to turn her vision into reality. We worked carefully with Leah to preserve her artistic vision including animation, fonts, and unique formatting, while helping her… Read More »