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5 Successful Websites Built with WordPress

Posted By Webnus on Blogging - In the world of web development, WordPress is one of the most popular tools used by both beginners and veterans of the industry. It's free software that anyone can use to create whatever type of website they want. Blog, e-commerce, portfolio, and just about any type of website you can make out of your imagination. A common myth regarding WordPress is that, because it is open-source, it isn't appropriate for big companies. That argument is very wrong, and the list below is here to prove it.   5 Examples of Successful Websites Built with WordPress With the help of this convenient tool, thousands of noteworthy websites are on the internet right now. If you want to get inspiration from the finest ones, you've come to the right place.   BBC America This popular digital cable network,

What are the Most Common Home Repair Costs?

Posted By theradicalfire on Finance - Buying a house is far more costly than simply a down payment and monthly mortgage payment. Owning a piece of real estate can come with its share of extra bills, particularly when considering unexpected home repairs. In fact, in 2020, the average household spent $13,138 on home repairs and other services compared to just $9,081 the ... Read more

Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Brazilian Foreign Minister

Posted By investmart007 on News - Washington, DC (STL.News) The below is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price: Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met with Brazilian Foreign Minister Carlos Franca yesterday in New York City on the margins of the UN General [...]

Why Should Websites Be Careful with Tracking Personal Data?

Posted By Webnus on Blogging - When the web first emerged as a mainstream channel for businesses in the 90s, one of its fundamental traits was anonymity. People simply used a different username to keep themselves on the down-low. All 90s kids remember their first username, right? Since then, the web has undergone a massive transformation. Businesses now have too much to gain from collecting a visitor’s data. When someone opens a website in 2021, the website likely collects a whole bunch of information including the device of the visitor, IP address (and by extension, their location), browser footprints, and a range of other things.   The Cisco Survey Cisco conducted a survey in 2019 to analyze the actions and attitudes of customers towards data privacy. The survey found that 32% of the respondents, referred to as