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New Office Location Update!


The kitchen has been carpeted and floorboard has been installed!


The entry way with tile and carpet and baseboard! The move in date is 04/30/2016! Time Warner Cable has stopped by today and we are wrapping up on some final cleaning and touch-up work before the move!

New Office Location Update!

Here are a few images of the back entry (with a fire extinguisher for when Timm grills out) as well as an image of the utility area (where Corey can store all of his cleaning supplies!). They aren’t final pictures yet, but it is close! We are in the final two weeks and will be in the new office by May 1, 2016!
WebCitz - New Office - Back Entry
WebCitz - New Office - Utililty Room

New Office Location Update!

Here are a few updates to the status of our office relocation! The build out is coming along nicely. Pictured below is the conference room and one of the general work areas. There is still a lot of work to have completed, but we are confident everything will come together in the next and final two weeks of the build out!

WebCitz - New Office - Ceiling Tiles

The ceiling tiles have been placed and the lights have power!

WebCitz - New Office - Conference Room

The work on the conference room ceiling tiles had to be delayed while the hardwood floor was refinished! The days are numbered for those old brass knobs and hinges!

WebCitz - New Office - Work Area #1

Above is a picture of one of our work areas that has an exterior wall that provides nice lighting. There will a 200-300 gallon aquarium in this room (from our friends at CustumAquariums.com) toward the right side – something to help brighten up the atmosphere of an office.
WebCitz - New Office - Work Area #2

The other side of one of our work areas previously shown above. The aquarium would actually be going toward the left wall in this picture.

New Office Location Update!

Here is an updated image of the kitchen area where the macchiattos and cappuccinos are brewed up by Corey!

WebCitz - New Office - Kitchen

WebCitz to Relocate in May 2016!

WebCitz is happy to announce a relocation to a new, larger office around May 2016! Take look at some of these before photos and stay tuned for regular updates as the build out progresses!

WebCitz - New Office Before Renovations

Here is a picture of the entry way in our new office, prior to remodel work.

WebCitz - New Office Before Renovations

Here is a picture of one of the work areas in our new office, prior to remodel work.

WebCitz - New Office Before Renovations

Here is a picture of one of the work areas in our new office, prior to remodel work.

Magento Security Patch SUPEE-6788

Magento has released a security patch, SUPEE-6788, for Magento CE versions less than While it is important to implement this security patch as soon as possible, it should be understood that this security patch will break backward compatibility with various extensions and customizations. It is important to test this patch on a non-production installation and correct issues before implementing the patch on a live installation of Magento. The SUPEE-6788 patch files can be obtained directly on Magento’s website at https://www.magentocommerce.com/download or by upgrading your installation to Magento CE Please make sure you create complete file and database backups prior to making any changes to your website. It is also recommended that you don’t implement Magento patches and upgrades on live sites as downtime can occur. Please contact us with any questions!

Malicious Email Warning

WebCitz has been receiving numerous reports from customers that eNom, Inc. has suspended their domain name for spam and abuse violations. Please do not click on the links contained within these types of email messages. You can typically check the validity of such emails by hovering your mouse cursor over the links to see if any point to third party websites that have nothing to do with the company stated in the email message. There is a copy of an email listed below with personal information replaced with X characters.

Dear Sir/Madam,

The following domain names have been suspended for violation of the ENOM, INC. Abuse Policy:

Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Registrant Name: XXXXX XXXXX

Multiple warnings were sent by ENOM, INC. Spam and Abuse Department to give you an opportunity to address the complaints we have received.

We did not receive a reply from you to these email warnings so we then attempted to contact you via telephone.

We had no choice but to suspend your domain name when you did not respond to our attempts to contact you.

Click here and download a copy of complaints we have received.

Please contact us by email at mailto:abuse@enom.com for additional information regarding this notification.

Spam and Abuse Department
Abuse Department Hotline: 480-124-0101

Joomla Security Update – 3.4.5 Released

Joomla has released an update to fix inadequate filtering of request data which leads to a SQL Injection vulnerability. This affects Joomla versions 3.2.0 through 3.4.4. Please upgrade to 3.4.5 to get the latest patches. If you need assistance, please contact us!

Joomla Security Update – 3.4.4 Released

Joomla has released an update to fix inadequate escaping which leads to XSS vulnerability in the login module. This affects Joomla versions 3.4.0 through 3.4.3. Please upgrade to 3.4.4 to get the latest patches. If you need assistance, please contact us!

Google CSS/JS Robots.txt Warning Email

You may have recently received an email from Google stating that Google cannot access your CSS/JS files. Don’t worry, you aren’t the only person that received this email! Thousands of other website owners also received this warning as of late.

Here’s a brief explanation of what this warning from Google means. Basically, Google wants websites to be responsive and mobile-friendly. The way Google checks this is by scanning your files and checking that your website is working properly. Having restrictions in the robots.txt file that prevents Google from accessing certain CSS and JavaScript files results in Google not being able to fully review your website. In response, this could lead to your website having lower rankings than it would otherwise have.

Thankfully, fixing this issue is very easy! Google provides tools such as the Fetch and Render Tool or the Mobile-Friendly Test to check your website for these issues. If Google is being blocked from accessing resources it needs these tools will tell you what’s wrong and provide steps on how to fix it. And if these tools tell you nothing is wrong then your problem should be resolved!

If you have any questions or are unsure what to do, please contact us! We are always happy to help!