For the longest time, I’ve felt totally ambivalent towards information products. I love consuming them, but writing one (or two or twelve) is a time-sink in a schedule that already needs an extra hour or four. But since I put together Colour You Awesome as a web design resource last year, I’m starting to warm to the idea.
I love to make sure people are taken care of. (Since Care and Attention are my (not-so-secret) superpowers.) If you’re facing some rather unfortunate web design circumstances (like you’ve been hacked) or you just need some extra clarity in the form of a primer or two, this is the place for you to be. You’ll notice that there are no prices set on these web design resources. There’s a reason for that, lovely.
Hacked. Damn it.
There’s altogether too much hacking going on lately. Shouldn’t these hacking jackasses take their shit elsewhere? Like, to Anonymous? I like to think these guys (or gals) just didn’t get enough love in their childhoods. We can’t really punish them but what we can do is arm ourselves against this kind of thing.
If your site’s been hacked, it’s a pain. Even for the tech-savvy developers like me, it’s a pain. But Hacked. Damn it. takes the sting out of the un-hacking process and gives you step-by-step instructions to bring your site back from the dead.
Even if you haven’t been hacked, Hacked. Damn it. is handy for guarding yourself against future intruders. Remember what Alastor Moody barks: constant vigilance. The moment we let our guard down or think that we can’t possibly be targeted…that’s when it happens.
Don’t get caught with your pants down. (Unless that’s what makes you happy, sweetpea. Who’m I to judge?) Gird your loins. Guard your site. Get un-hacked already.
Did I mention this is Pay Whatcha Can? ‘Cause it totally is. <3