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Welcome to the Official BryZar Blog!

Thank you for stopping by our BryZar blog. We’ll have useful articles, tutorials and tips for webmasters to help learn techniques to master scripts, hosting, website management and many other topics.

This blog will also be where we’ll post announcements and news for our BryZar websites and services. Make sure you subscribe so you’ll stay updated!

Why blogs and articles shouldn’t be too long

If you’ve got a website or are planning on having one, you should know that creating content for it is one of your biggest jobs. You can’t just make an empty site and expect people to flock to it. People like to see things they haven’t seen before, read things they haven’t read before, and hear things they haven’t heard before.

If you want a successful website, you need to know how to create good content and one important part of that is to make sure your content isn’t too big.

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How SMTP Email Protocols Work for You.

If you’ve got a website, chances are high that you’ve got to send emails to clients or potential clients. Maybe you’re sending a monthly newsletter or perhaps an answer to a client question. Maybe you’re troubleshooting in customer service or even asking questions for an interview. Whatever the reason, you need your email to actually get to where you’re sending it and SMTP helps with that.

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Website taking too long to load!

When you’ve got a website, like any other product or service, it needs to be high quality as well as fast! This is especially true in the world we live in now where we can have packages shipped to us in less than a day and websites that load in less than a second. If your website is taking 5+ seconds to load though, you might have more issues than you can imagine.

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Accessibility and your Website

Making a website is never easy. You might find it difficult to find the theme you’re looking for or maybe it’s just tough filtering out content on a daily basis. There are always going to be updates needed, too. If you plan on having a website that remains relevant, then you also need to make sure it’s accessible to both the majority and the minority. One part of that is making it as user-friendly as possible.

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Installing SocialEngine PHP via VestaCP and FTP

Learning how to install a script is empowering. Back in 2009, I didn’t know what FTP was, let alone how to install a website script. I felt quite intimidated by the process. I did learn it, and so can you. Don’t be afraid to try as it’ll help you learn how to manage your site as well. The good news is, the SocialEngine PHP social networking script has an automated installer. All you really need to do is get it on the server, make a database and then go to your domain. We’ll show you how to do all of that below!

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New Directive in EU Changing Copyright Rules

If you’ve every created something like, oh, I don’t know a website, you’ve likely dealt with copyrighting. This is true for most things, in fact. That novel on your nightstand, the show you’ve got queued for streaming, and even that song you’ve got set as your ringtone, all of these are likely copyrighted and, if you plan on using copyrighted material on your website, the rules may be changing for us all soon.

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Why do I keep getting spam comments?

If you’ve had a website for more than a month, chances are you’ve gotten some comments on posts that… well, they’re very obvious spam. Things like “Great post! Check out our products at *insert site name*” or sometimes just a long list of different products. Spam is everywhere nowadays and, don’t worry, it’s not just you that’s affected. It’s everyone.

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How to: Avoid emails being marked as “spam”.

When you send out an email, there’s always a chance of it being marked as spam. Some people just listed you guys as spam and presto, all your emails go there, anyway. Others, however, might never even see your emails at all, without any input from them whatsoever. So, how can you avoid being marked as spam?

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