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Retrieving Email With Gmail

By |December 12th, 2014|

Here’s a slideshow on how to retrieve email using Gmail.  Mind you, you don’t need to use your Gmail email address.  You’re just using Gmail to pick up your email that’s based on your domain name.

Gmail does an excellent job of filtering spam, it provides huge amounts of storage, it’s […]

Send Big Files

By |November 25th, 2013|

Please use this page to send files that are too big to email.  Alternatively, you can upload files to www.dropbox.com or Google Drive or one of the many other file sharing sites out there.

If a form doesn’t appear below, please use this […]

How to put a slider on your homepage

By |July 18th, 2013|

How did I do my slider (slideshow) on my homepage?  This is how: […]

Installing WordPress from your cPanel

By |May 23rd, 2013|

You can install WordPress from your cPanel in about one minute.  Two minutes if you’re really groggy. […]

Turning off Comments for Posts or Pages

By |February 12th, 2013|

Click on Pages (or Posts, it’s the same procedure)  > Click on the checkbox besides Title > In the Bulk Actions dropdown select Edit > Apply > in Comments select Do Not Allow > Update

Then, Settings > Discussion > Uncheck Allow people to post comments on new articles

Google Keyword Planner (was Google Keyword Tool)

By |November 15th, 2012|

All else equal, it’s better to have your keywords or keyphrases (the words people type into Google to find what you’re selling) in your domain name.  To find out what people are searching for, don’t make any assumptions, but rather use the free Google Keyword Tool.  Here’s how: […]

Remote Access Tech Support

By |November 13th, 2012|

TeamViewer is free software that allows me to provide tech support by taking over control of your computer remotely.

To begin, download these Installation Instructions


Search Engine Proof Web Sites

By |September 24th, 2012|

Some of these web site are beautiful, but the graphic artists who designed them paid no consideration to ranking well in the search engines. […]

Updating your Email and Credit Card info with your Registrar

By |August 2nd, 2012|

  1. Go to www.hammock-registration.com […]

Updating your Info / Credit Card with the Web Hosting Billing System

By |July 18th, 2012|

Updating your credit card with www.hammock-hosting.com is quick and easy.  As an enticement, if you update your credit card info yourself, you will get one free month of hosting.  Use OneFreeMonth  Promo Code or email me and I’ll credit you for one month.

If you receive email from my billing system that you feel are in error, please let me know.
I apologize for the cold, impersonal email my billing system sends out. It’s all automated.