I have a small website that im running a local event from and i need a way for people to be able to buy tickets online and for me to check them into the event. My main concern is people sharing tickets so I need some way to prevent fraud and it needs to be super cheap. The sites im running is built on wordpress im wondering is there a plugin or 3rd party service that I can use?
Im looking for some advice and suggestions on the best way to structure a project. My client has 4 products (SAS) and although they are related most people would only use one due to the specialist nature of each. Currently only one of these products has a website and there is no main company website. They are looking to introduce a main company website either incorporating each of the 4 products within it or having a separate company site and each product has its own separate site with the main company site acting as a knowledge base to establish them as an authority in field they work in. Im wondering what the best approach would be from a usability point of view and an SEO points of view? I guess from an SEO point of view each product sitting on its own domain and being targeted to certain keyphrases might be more preferential than one site will all the content in? Im wondering if anyone knows of any examples out there that handle this particularly well
Im trying to access our website to move the code from our current web hosting company to a new host. The current host is the same company who designed and developed the website. [more inside]
I have a client who commissioned some web work from me and then dropped the bombshell when I had completed the project that they didn’t have the funds in place to pay me fully until they’ve sold more advertising on it. What can I do? [more inside]