Free. True in general, but also true about Web analytics. These packages let you know how your website visitors got to your site and what they’re doing after they get there. If you don’t already have an analytics package installed on your site, you should [...]
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Which browsers should you make sure your site supports? There are certainly a lot out there (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, Konqueror…and SeaMonkey, to name a few).
It’s not possible to support every browser to the same degree, and the right answer [...]
Microsoft released the IE8 Web browser in mid-March but is now pushing it through the automated Windows Update (over the last month, we’ve seen visits from IE8 more than double across a number of sites we monitor, up to almost 5% of all visits).
Why should you [...]
Salesforce Force.com Integration
Dayspring recently launched a site for MicroMentor, an organization whose new website is addressing the recession head-on. A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report1 shows that microenterprises (that is businesses with fewer than 5 employees) account for [...]
For those whose interests bend more toward web application development, some recent movements in the industry.
MySQL + Oracle = ?
MySQL, the open source database used by a huge number of websites (including ones we’ve developed) is now owned by database industry gorilla Oracle as a result of Oracle’s purchase of Sun Microsystems. Sun bought [...]