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Yahoo! Recent Investigation

Yahoo! provides more information about their recent (2014) attack that has compromised usernames and passwords. It’s highly recommended if you use Yahoo! Mail, to update as soon as possible. More about the security breach:

We have confirmed, based on a recent investigation, that a copy of certain user account information was stolen from our network in late 2014 by what we believe is a state-sponsored actor.

Source: Account Security Issue FAQs | Account Help – SLN27925

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RGVWEBPRO Updated Home Page

As RGVWEBPRO expands our products from online digital solutions to offline marketing products, we’re making changes to the home page of our primary site. It’s been updated so it’s as straight forward as possible. That way our new and existing customers can find what they need, fast. In addition to the main site, this change shall take place on our blog and various other online properties, so expect something new from us daily!

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#TBT: A Trip Down Memory Lane, Meetups and Mobile Responsive Website Design

When browsing the Wayback Machine at archive.org, this little piece of history came up, the first South Texas WordPress Meetup. There was a bit of nostalgia looking back at the old logo and the our very own “Open Publisher” WordPress theme used then. Given the era and emergence of mobile browsing, our site was an early adopter of responsive Web design. This enabled mobile device users better a browsing experience. When RGVWEBPRO upgraded to offer domain names and Website hosting, our main site moved to the blog and adopted the theme, Edin by WordPress.com.

 

 

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WordPress South Texas

Join the monthly coffee hour for WordPress South Texas organizers and volunteers! Continue reading WordPress South Texas

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WordPress 4.6 “Pepper”

Version 4.6 of WordPress, named “Pepper” in honor of jazz baritone saxophonist Park Frederick “Pepper” Adams III, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.…

Source: WordPress 4.6 “Pepper”

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We now offer Business Cards, $26 double side, full color

Visit our Shop, today!

Business Cards are little windows into your business that carry a huge impact. Choose our full color business card printing and design services to benefit from a card that represents you and your business with memorable style.

Source: SHOP.RGVWEBPRO.COM

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RGVWEBPRO to Expand to Promotional Products and Apparel

RGVWEBPRO, provider of Website design and hosting, domain names, and digital marketing solutions, has expanded to include promotional products and business apparel. Over the course of the next several weeks, all Website properties will begin to reflect and promote new products and services. Additionally, improvements to the front page shall be made to improved and promote our existing portfolio. We thank all of our customers for their loyalty and business.

Jorge Saldívar

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WordPress 4.5 “Coleman” Released, Introduces Custom Logos, Responsive Previews, Improved Editing Experience

WordPress 4.5 was released today, named in honor of Coleman Hawkins, an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Hawkins was one of the first musicians to establish the tenor saxophone as a jazz horn. Compared to other major releases, this one is short on show-stopping features but keeps WordPress on the path of steady, incremental improvements.

via WordPress 4.5 “Coleman” Released, Introduces Custom Logos, Responsive Previews, Improved Editing Experience – WordPress Tavern

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New Domain Name Extensions Available

Visit our Website RGV.HOST for our new domain name extensions!

The following are available immediately:

.THEATRE Domain Names
.FEEDBACK Domain Names
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Get the domain you always wanted! 1000s of new domains are coming soon. Pre-register your preferred domains to get them before others do, click here!

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Ray Tomlinson, Inventor of the Email and the @ Sign

Raymond Samuel Tomlinson (April 23, 1941 – March 5, 2016) was a pioneering American computer programmer who implemented the first email program on the ARPANET system, the precursor to the Internet, in 1971. It was the first system able to send mail between users on different hosts connected to ARPANET. Previously, mail could be sent only to others who used the same computer. To achieve this, he used the @ sign to separate the user name from the name of their machine, a scheme which has been used in email addresses ever since. The Internet Hall of Fame in its account of his work commented “Tomlinson’s email program brought about a complete revolution, fundamentally changing the way people communicate”. Tomlinson is internationally known and credited as the inventor of the email.

via Ray Tomlinson – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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WordPress to Launch Experimental WordCamp Incubator Program

During the 2015 State of the Word address, Matt Mullenweg shared a few stats about the growth of WordPress events around the globe. Last year there were 89 WordCamps with 21,000 attendees across 34 countries. A surprising 60% of the 601 WordCamp organizers were doing it for the first time. More people are getting involved in hosting WordPress events but there are many areas of the world that have yet to experience one.

via WordPress to Launch Experimental WordCamp Incubator Program – WordPress Tavern.

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Share Content Using Press This

Sharing content on you WordPress powered Website has never been easier. If you blog right from WordPress.com, you can use the “Press This” tool to quickly share content from any Website.

Press This provides a lightning-fast way to grab text, images, or video from any website and post it to your blog without ever visiting WordPress.com. You can also use Press This to quickly share a link on your blog.

via Press This — Support — WordPress.com.