Your Facebook News Feed will soon change to display more content from friends and family and less from businesses. For the casual user, this could be a good thing. But what about those of us with a business presence on Facebook? You’d almost have to have been living under a rock to be ignorant of… (Read More)

It is official: starting in July, 2018, Google will begin taking your page speed score into account when ranking mobile websites. This new level of scrutiny and ranking includes responsive versions of websites as well. What does this mean for you and your website? Well, let’s get you up to speed …

Unsecure Login Warnings On Your WordPress Website?

March 17th, 2017 by Jack Waknitz

Have you recently seen unsecure login warnings when logging in to websites you frequently visit? This could be your own business WordPress website, or other websites you use often. The warning appears when you try to log in to the site and reads: This connection is not secure. Logins entered here could be compromised. Do… (Read More)

The Maryland Bed & Breakfast Association has received a new directory website design utilizing the latest and best web technologies and trends. The new website is built in HTML5 and CSS3 with a focus on fast page loads and a responsive design. Built using our own directory website system inside of the WordPress platform, Maryland… (Read More)

InsideOut Solutions recently launched a major upgrade for the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Utah, Inc. (BBIU) at  The new design incorporates all of the state of the art features that InsideOut incorporates in all of our new designs.  Key features are a sticky navigation that follows you as you scroll down, a fully… (Read More)

WordPress 3.8 Update and What It Means for Your Website

December 13th, 2013 by Jack Waknitz

WordPress 3.8 (named “Parker” in honor of bebop jazz innovator Charlie Parker) was released on December 12. InsideOut Solutions will be rolling out the WordPress 3.8 update to its managed web hosting clients with WordPress websites and blogs over the next few weeks, so expect it to show up soon when you log in. Your day-to-day… (Read More)

Website Load Speed: Google PageSpeed Insights and More

November 20th, 2013 by Jack Waknitz

Website load speed is important to your business because it affects the two major components of internet marketing: It contributes to the value of your website to search engines It affects the quality of the visit of the internet user accessing your website Let’s take a look at two tools that measure aspects of website… (Read More)

Internet Explorer 10 arrives, now what?

March 8th, 2013 by Jack Waknitz

Internet Explorer 10 was released on February 26, 2013. If you are using Windows 7 or above, InsideOut strongly encourages you to upgrade to this version. If you are using an older operating system, we recommend you choose Google Chrome or Mozilla FireFox as your web browser instead of the older versions of Internet Explorer… (Read More)

Keeping Your WordPress Website Secure

August 24th, 2012 by Jack Waknitz

Website security is of primary importance to your internet marketing efforts and its demands are both broad and deep.  Fortunately, WordPress websites are relatively easy to keep secure if you follow a few basics: Make Sure Everything in Your WordPress Website Is Up-to-Date Ensure plugins, non-custom themes, and WordPress in general are up-to-date.  If you… (Read More)

What Is Cloud Hosting?

June 25th, 2012 by Jack Waknitz

Cloud computing is the biggest buzzword in the tech industry right now. Here are a few Questions & Answers to help explain the mysterious “cloud”… What Is Cloud Computing? On the fancy, technical side, cloud computing separates processing power from storage and data. Once these items are separated, one can pay for the processing power… (Read More)

How to check the age of your website

September 20th, 2011 by Jack Waknitz

So you got a slick new website three years ago and want to know how it has aged.  Does it keep up with your competitors who just got a brand new site?  There are a few places you can check the status of the technology on your site. The first would be the WC3 validator. … (Read More)