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Microsoft have recently warned that there is a critical bug in all versions of Internet Explorer. This bug allows a malicious website to be constructed that enables an attacker to take control of any machine that visits it - assuming that user is logged in as the machine admin. As this is often the default setup of a Windows machine, this places many users at risk.

It is no secret and it is widely known that Microsoft will finally end support for Windows XP on 8th April 2014, so if you have not yet made plans to move off the 12 year old operating system - time is very much of the essence.

Bit of a different blog this time. One area that we sort of work at the fringes of when we make our websites is SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). Our responsibilities typically begin and end at creating a well-coded template that gives users the tools to add content to their websites without having to worry about the technical side of things.

However, one thing that keeps coming up is customers wondering what they can do to make their website more visible. This is where SEO enters, but not necessarily where all the answers lie...

A client recently asked us to put together an online contractor pay calculator. They provided us with an Excel spreadsheet that demonstrated how the calculations should work, and also laid out how they wanted the form to work. Most of this was very straightforward. However, there was one bit that I thought it might be worth mentioning here.

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