8 Reasons to Use WordPress for Your

WordPress has been around for some time; in fact, it has been available since 2003. Today, over 74 million websites use WordPress to power their website online including big name brands like Fortune, Time Inc., TechCrunch, The New Yorker and ESPN. Given it’s popularity, it’s surprising that a lot of businesses out there still aren’t aware of its existence and the benefits it provides.

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We’re pleased to announce that Webnames.ca CEO, Cybele Negris will be a panelist for the Girls Raising Innovation Challenge event on February 24th, 2015!

What is the event all about? 

The Innovation Challenge is a unique series of events that help female entrepreneurs get publicity, network with like-minded entrepreneurs and meet influential business leaders that can help move their businesses forward.

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Early last year, ICANN (which is the governing body for .com, .net, and .org domain extensions, among others) made a change to the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), which is followed by all Domain Registrars including Webnames.ca. The RAA required that a person or entity that registers or transfers a domain name needs to be verified via the information provided.

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A Case Study/Guide

Background and Goal

Our corporate website was built primarily using VB.NET ASP.NET Web Forms. We have done a good job of keeping up with the features of the latest .NET framework releases, and we are happy with the power and readability of VB.NET (it’s extremely similar to C# in most respects).

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Sucuri SiteCheck   Free Website Malware Scanner

On Sunday, 100,000 or more WordPress website may have been compromised by a mysterious malware and causing infected sites to download malicious code and attack site visitors. Due to the severity of the attack, Google has already flagged more than 11,000 domain names as malicious but many more sites have been compromised.

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