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Rethink your CMS strategy

Adopting a web content management system requires compromises. For example, even if you love the CMS you may not like the way it handles publishing.

2015 tech predictions: how did we do?

A year ago several people at Fynydd participated in the First Annual Fynydd Predictions for the New Year. Now that it's 2016, it's time to see how we did.

How to properly set up a child's iPhone or iPad

There are many ways for children to get into trouble online, even at home. This article focuses on locking down iPhones and iPads, or any other iOS device.

Indian butter chicken (murgh makhani)

This kid-friendly recipe is not only my favorite Indian preparation, it’s also my favorite chicken recipe. You’ll lick your plate clean. It’s THAT good.

The seductive lure of FAQs

I don't recommend using Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on intranets and websites. They're not the right way to provide content to visitors. Why?

Content filtering and the Holy Grail of mobile advertising

Mobile content blockers are beginning to intermediate ads on our behalf. Is this the future of mobile advertising?

New client spotlight: LearnQuest

Fynydd is excited to work with LearnQuest, a global leader in helping organizations better plan, develop, deliver, and administer training to employees.

Publish a site in Visual Studio using implicit FTP over TLS/SSL

Here's a simple solution for deploying a web application to a server using implicit FTPS on port 990 with the Visual Studio Publish feature.

Properly handling HTML5 video

We looked at how sites handle video and became keenly aware of some important considerations: choice, mobile and autoplay, energy consumption, and formats.

The RFP process, redefined

RFPs are great for buying a quantifiable product or service, but they're not a good way to find a partner for a project that is not readily quantifiable.