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Is the Chrome Browser less private than Firefox?

Posted by Tim Fox Date: December 11, 2018

I noticed something interesting today. I cleared out my Chrome browser’s history, cookies and everything else. I closed the browser and reopened it, but noticed the browser was still logged in to my Google account. I was surprised because as a web developer I know that when a browser is cleared it should end all […]

SSL Certification and It’s Effect on SEO

Posted by Tim Fox Date: September 22, 2018

How to improve you rank on Google by adding a secure certificate

How adding a Security Certificate can improve your rank on Google Most of the time security and search engine optimization (SEO) are separate topics. When it comes to a website’s security status SEO and security cross paths. A security certificate is used to verify the identity of a website. In the past only sites accepting […]

Latest Google algorithm change called Medic update

Posted by Tim Fox Date: August 11, 2018

Medic update google algorithm

Google released it latest algorithm update on August 1, 2018. According to, who was one of the first to report the recent Google algorithm change, this update seem to have effect sites that have anything to do with medical issues. Dieting, nutrition, fitness programs and many of the sites selling products and services related […]

Jesus will save all humans

Posted by Tim Fox Date: June 22, 2016

Jesus will save everyone

Having been raised in church I’ve finally realized I am not a Christian. Even though I try to follow Jesus, I can’t call myself a Christian. My beliefs are far from what anyone might call Christian. I don’t believe any religion or belief has the power to save anyone. I know Jesus is the One […]

The Top Advantages of XHTML5

Posted by Tim Fox Date: June 24, 2015

Html code screen web development

Code quality assurance Due to the strict nature of the browser when parsing XHTML5 any errors or broken code will immediately case an error to show in the browser. In other standards the browser will accept broken code without warning the developer. This often leads to cross browser bugs and broken pages on browsers that […]

Unread messages piling up?

Posted by Tim Fox Date: June 22, 2015

I confess I’ve been ignoring thousands of unread spam email message in my Gmail account for years. This has caused long term annoyance, since how to get rid of all those unwanted messages is not immediately apparent. Using the steps below I have finally been able to clear all the unwanted unread emails from my […]

Jesus versus Idols

Posted by Tim Fox Date: May 28, 2015

I confess I have a tendency to make an idol out of almost anything. By that I mean I will put that thing I want above other more important things. Money is a good example, I will try to get and keep money at the expense of almost any other area of my life. If […]

Jesus is the reason this website exists

Posted by Tim Fox Date: May 26, 2015

I need to shift gears here a little. I’ve been running and maintaining this website for many years. It has always been my strong desire to use this as a platform to discuss Jesus. I met Jesus about 2 and a half years after graduating college. I had a very high GPA during school and […]

What is XHTML5?

Posted by Tim Fox Date: May 16, 2015

Simply put XHTML5 is the latest standard of HTML that is realistically achievable at the time of this writing. Also known as Polyglot HTML5, XHTML5 is a robust implementation of the HTML5 standard. Essentially it is HTML5 delivered with the content type of “application/xhtml+xml”, which will not work on all browsers. Which is what the […]