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It is now Summer on Cape Cod…

By Dave Bell | June 23, 2017

Gee Dave, how do you know? Are you sure? Yup. I know because of the increase in traffic. The number one rule is Drive Safely. And so it goes, the Summer of 2017 is upon us. FYI, if anyone knows of a place that is as nice as Cape Cod in the late shoulder seasons…

How was your week?

By Dave Bell | June 16, 2017

The weather was all over the place, but mostly cool, breezy and sunny. My favorite type of weather for sure. The 2 humid/hot days and nights were brutal. Air conditioning comes to my house this next week. Good thing I did not procrastinate any longer. As we all know, the local service companies get very…

How the magic happens…

By Dave Bell | June 9, 2017

LOL! I wish I knew 🙂 Actually, the magic I speak of here is the magic of WordPress. And it comes directly from the super talented programmers and designers and business savvy folks that make up the WordPress Community. WordPress can do anything. You just need to learn how. There is never, in any arena,…

Another great local business…

By Dave Bell | June 2, 2017

is Boxwoods Landscaping. CapeWP is proud to host the website for such a successful local business. Once you meet the owner Dario, you will understand why they enjoy such success. There is basically no landscaping need that cannot be handled by Boxwoods Landscaping. Although I myself like to let nature handle all or at least…

Keeping it local…

By Dave Bell | May 25, 2017

I enjoy working with local companies to increase sales through their website. Lately I have had to fortune of working with a great variety of this type of client. The client I would like to feature this week is Krikorian Hardwood Floors, Inc. We will be adding some more information in the near future about…

CapeWP uses 20 year old tech to host your website. Here’s why…

By Dave Bell | May 18, 2017

You would think I would be using the latest and greatest software to make your website the best it can be. But the truth is that Linux and cPanel have been around for a long time. I am too lazy to Google it, so I use 20 years as an approximation. The first layer of…

Major changes to eBay and WordPress, wow!

By Dave Bell | May 12, 2017

  Many who have known me know I have always been a big fan of eBay. I do not think I would even be alive without them. Because the last I checked, I had sold a total of about $44,605 dollars worth of stuff on eBay. Over 12-15 years or so. Just today, I placed…

fiber optic cable

Report for the week…

By Dave Bell | May 5, 2017

The GeekGirl tech conference in Harwich was a great success. I stayed for about an hour. I spoke to the good people at OpenCape about fiber optics. Very interesting. In the photo above, see the thin green “wire”. Keeping in mind that the entire cable with all the colored “wires” wrapped around it is about…

RIP Internet Exporer

And the Internet grows up…

By Dave Bell | April 28, 2017

You heard it here first. In the next version of WordPress, version 4.8, Internet Explorer versions eight nine and ten are no longer supported. This is huge for the folks who have had to spend countless extra hours making their clients website design work properly on this browser. Two questions pop up. 1. Why would…

My cat Happy

T G I F

By Dave Bell | April 22, 2017

What a week! Major fire at the house next to mine. No one hurt, dog rescued, Happy and I are safe (we bugged out). Moral: Smoking is bad for you and your house. Best to quit that insane habit. The rest of my week was taken up by working on websites. I was so focused…

Wild turkeys

And it’s Easter. Well, close enough 🙂

By Dave Bell | April 14, 2017

Happy Easter to you. It has been a week for sure. Mostly deep in the land of the web and technology for me. No one ever said it would be easy 🙂 I wish all my readers and their friends and families a good Easter weekend. Me, well, I do not like ham and I…

Windows 95 launch party

What a long strange trip it’s been…

By Dave Bell | April 6, 2017

If you look closely, you can see me in the photo. Not really, but I could have been. Because that fateful night when Windows 95 was launched, I drove to Egghead Software in Weymouth (where I was friends with my former manager) from Truro Cape Cod. I was like a kid in the candy shop!…