I’ve had questions come my way recently about having a secure website that uses HTTPS instead of unencrypted HTTP. Great questions! This is something on the mind many “one-man band” website owners who do maintenance, upkeep, and so on on their own. Read on for my take on this.
Back in the olden days (the 1990s), you could put up a website with a bunch of links or ads, and people would come. Why? Because the Internet was still a novelty. Boy, have things changed! Fast-forward to 2014: The Internet has become as commonplace as having a phone in your house.
Have you ever wanted to group a few products together, to make it easier for your readers: they can click once and be done shopping? Though there isn’t a way to do this automatically in Associates Central, you can leverage the HTML code in Associates Central for Associates’ add-to-cart functionality. You don’t need to be […]
Dairy Queen’s “Blizzards” are a great favorite in the family. The blend of ice cream and all sorts of “good stuff” makes for a wonderful taste treat. They’re also expensive. With times pretty tight … [Read More...]
This is an easy recipe that can be fun to make with kids on weekend mornings as a way to teach cooking and enjoy some time together. To cook the donut balls, you need some sort of deep fryer. I … [Read More...]
This time, we'll be making sausage, egg, and cheese breakfast biscuits. They're easy to make in quantity, so you can cook ahead if you like. This recipe makes 6 to 8 biscuits that can refrigerated … [Read More...]
Wine and Cider
I've seen a lot of interest lately in (legally) making your own alcohol at home (it's cheaper, for one thing!), so I'm going to be publishing a series of articles on equipment you'd need for making … [Read More...]
I first published this in early 2013, and it's been one of my most popular recipes. Since we're moving into fall when cool weather and the holidays make us think of apples and cider, I'm republishing … [Read More...]
I remember a fall season long ago in which the annual wine-making with my dad didn't go quite as planned. We were making plum wine and it was going to be wonderful. Except... I'm not sure how exactly … [Read More...]