So, you are deciding on using a CMS like WordPress or you wanted to just drop in your html files for your website. Those are multiple ways to display content on your website. Sometimes, it may affect how much storage what you will take up overtime. And sometimes, your space on your server gets crowded with some of these SQL files. These files can take up more space than a static html file can take.
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Everyday, blind people around the world use screen-readers to use computers. If you are a Chrome OS and Android user, and you were familiar with these screen-readers, and you are just wondering which screen-reader can be right for you, or you used both. Here are the differences when using these screen-readers,–along with some potential problems you may encounter.
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You created an online arcade on your root website, or subsite via a subdomain… but you are on a shared-hosting service that is cheap enough for you. However; you need to be careful when you host games on your website… you can host a game on your site by creating interactive fiction games that are simple without graphics, but text.
If you’re not comfortable with programing via Java-script, or C++,–orany kind of a program codes… you can just link html files together, and you don’t need to add a text field!
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Many webmasters were desatisfied of WordPress’s built-in search feature, and they wanted to reduce all of the load on their website. In common they rely on custom search engine elements via Google CSE. But having this search element on your website is NOT a option if you wanted to use a 2-page format.
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Okay… I experimented with writing and editing a post on my website. I managed to reach up to 5700 words on my post via WordPress,–editing stories. This is the another issue what Chromevox developers didn’t say to us. You thought Chromevox is getting better… but this is a sign of false-advertising.
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