Category Archives: Technical Guide

Simple WordPress backup and cloning solution – finally a great plugin

Hi, I have just tested a new plug-in for backing up and cloning WordPress, and I am very satisfied so far. It's the first one I tested that makes a complete backup with just one click and places it within a directory that's available via a public link, so you can donwload it or deploy Read More →

This web page has a redirect loop – WordPress permalink issue

I have recently created a WordPress site, and suddenly it stopped loading. I don’t know which plug-in caused it as I installed a few (maybe Core Tweeks or maybe HeadSpace2). I could: Log in to the site and make all the changes Load (see in the browser) all the pages except for home/front page Load Read More →

Free Cloud Computing for your business

Can I help you save time and money in your business and at the same time increase convenience of resource management, including email, documents and files? All departments and functions can be migrated to the cloud, including accounting, HR, IT, etc.

 

Cloud computing is not only the future which has already arrived, but also the cheapest and most convenient option for most individuals and businesses. It gives you access to all your business resources from anywhere in the world via the internet. Most cloud based services are free, so let me help you migrate your business to the cloud. I recommend Google Apps and DropBox, and I also use many others that can be used in your business. For some services you might need to pay a small fee, but it is still unbelievable ROI.

Play the videos:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y26R-PLtro4[/youtube]

 

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBgeMXpjNEI[/youtube]

 

Please, contact me if you’re interested in this service.

Kamil

How to edit a video using Windows Live Movie Maker

Hey. If you need to edit videos and you run a computer with Windows, don’t think, but install Windows Live Movie Maker. You can download it for free from Microsoft website – just choose Windows Essentials (WLMM does not come as a separate install), start installation, and choose the components that you need (you can just choose WLMM and nothing else).

 

Watch this video to see how easy that is:

[youtube width=”680″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLfkSNHSFQ4[/youtube]