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Aug 272018

WordPress Pages and Posts Not Updating?

By |August 27th, 2018|Categories: Clients, Wordpress|0 Comments

I recently had a new client contact me about an issue with their existing WordPress site. Any changes they made to their pages or posts would not save. WordPress would notify them that everything was updated, but nothing actually happened, no errors logged, no error messages [...]

Aug 12018

DNS resolution errors with DNSSEC domains

By |August 1st, 2018|Categories: Handy Tools/Utilities, Web Hosting|0 Comments

I recently had a client transfer their DNSSEC enabled domain to another registrar. Everything appeared to transfer as expected, but they noticed several global users having DNS resolution issues. This was strange because: The domain appeared to resolve fine for 90% of the world, using DNS [...]

May 162018

It’s time to move to HTTPS

By |May 16th, 2018|Categories: Clients, General Technology, Web Hosting|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

The web has been moving more and more towards secure connections for all websites, and at the forefront of this movement, has been Google. With the release of Chrome 68 in July, Google will begin adding a "Not Secure" message in the address bars of any [...]

Jan 192018

Krueger Web Design Named to Top 16 Web Designers in Madison in 2018

By |January 19th, 2018|Categories: Web Design|0 Comments

This was the 2nd time Krueger Web Design has made the list of the top 16. KWD also made the list in 2016. You can see the complete list here: 16 Best Madison Web Designers Expertise has combed through a list of 64 web designers in [...]

Aug 172017

Accessing your machine through machine name with Android Emulator on Windows

By |August 17th, 2017|Categories: Misc. Fixes, Xamarin|0 Comments

I've been working on a mobile project recently, using Xamarin, Android/iOS emulators and Visual Studio 2017. In my local environment (Windows 10), my emulators need to be able to communicate with my machine to access services, using machine name. By default, this is not possible. You [...]