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Blessed Christmas and new year wishes

Monday, December 24th, 2018
Christmas greetings

As you enjoy this Christmas holidays, we want to say a big thank you for being with us throughout 2018.  We’ve absolutely loved having you as a customer this year, and we really hope you’ve enjoyed dealing with Webvision!
 
During this year, we launched our new Pro tier services in our UK cloud servers and helped you grow and build an even faster hosting for modern and demanding sites.
 
It’s been an exciting time and we’re looking forward to more in 2019.

As always, our technical experts will be providing support throughout the forthcoming holidays, so if you need any assistance please contact us by email.

Kindly note, our office would be closed during the period 24th December to 2nd January, so any new design/hosting accounts will be queued until the new year.
 
Whatever your plans for the season, we wish you a blessed Christmas and fantastic 2019 and look forward to working together in the coming year.

Thank you and best wishes from Webvision!

Saturday, December 23rd, 2017

Happy new year 2018From all of us at Webvision, we want to wish you a blessed Christmas and a very happy 2018!

We take this opportunity to thank all our customers for making 2017 a great year for us. We know that without you, none of this would be possible. So, thank you for working with us and sharing in our success this year.

Kindly note, Webvision will be closed from December 23rd to January 2nd.

Wishing all of you a fantastic holiday!

Webvision turns fifteen

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Webvision 15th AnniversaryWebvision Private Limited has reached a milestone this May, celebrating 15 years of business. The past 15 years have been thrilling, challenging and rewarding. Lest we forget, we started our business way back in 2002 with the infamous dial-up internet connection!

Our gratitude to God for his guidance throughout these 15 years. We also extend our sincere gratitude to all of our clients, some of whom have been with us since the early days, for your continued loyalty and support. Webvision would not be celebrating its 15th year anniversary without you.

We have come a long way since the business was started and are very excited about our future as the company continues to grow. We look forward to continuing to bring all of you that host at Webvision the most technologically sound improvements and enhancements available and to always offer you the best in hosting industry advancements.

We look forward to serving you in the coming years.

Thank you and happy holidays!

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

happy holidaysThis has been a fantastic and a blessed year for all of us at Webvision.  Can you imagine the year has come to an end? Phew! Time does fly when you are enjoying what you are doing…

We can’t thank you enough for your recommendations, referrals and feedback on our service this year. It’s so invaluable to have great clients who truly see the power of partnership.  So if you think something needs to be changed, be sure to get in touch with us via email where your ideas will get fed into our development plan. We wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for your patience and loyalty, so here’s a big thank you!

Here’s some good news for those on our US server… From the beginning of 2017, we plan to migrate all our accounts to a more powerful cloud platform.  Hooray!!  That means, all our clients will now enjoy the benefits of the cloud.

Kindly note, Webvision will be closed from December 24th to January 3rd.

Wishing you happy holidays and a happy new year to all our clients, business partners and associates across the world. We look forward to working together in 2017!

Create a free website with cPanel

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

Site PublisherFurther to my earlier post on the upgrade of cPanel, there’s more good news to follow… cPanel has now released a rather important new feature that can help you to get a basic website up and running for free, using their cool tool named Site Publisher.

Okay, the Site Publisher features are not a replacement for Joomla, WordPress or any other true content management system. In fact, it’s not meant to create a fancy website either but if you want to get started on your site, this tool can definitely help as shown in the following video:



To those of you have already registered a domain and have your own hosting account but still don’t have all the details ready for your big site, then go use Site Publisher and be amazed with the results.

Don’t have a domain and hosting account still?  Go grab one now…

Why I stayed with Ubuntu

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

It’s more than 3 years now and the experience with Linux’s desktop operating system, Ubuntu has been really good. It hasn’t been rosy all the time but when you have an amazing community of followers, there’s valuable help all the time.

It’s open-source and free, it’s safe, it’s simple and it’s fast. No more malware and viruses that used to haunt the Windows machines.

Some of the pre-installed software include LibreOffice for word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations. Then there’s Thunderbird for emails and Firefox for browsing. I moved into 14.04 recently and the first change that I noticed is that the OS had picked up my wireless card automatically! It’s done the same with the printer and Android phone – no notice, no noise, just ready to use! I have also installed BlueGriffon, a cool open-source, WYSIWYG, HTML editor that creates web pages in conformance to the latest web standards.

Check out this Ubuntu tour and be amazed:

http://www.ubuntu.com/tour/en/

Webvision turns ten

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Webvision Sri Lanka 10 years in web design and developmentThis month, Webvision turns ten years old. Ten years ago, I vividly remember working on a project using an assembled AMD PC. That too, from my bedroom!

Ten years later and almost everything has changed. We spend more time doing work on Linux rather than on Windows. We have more satisfied clients from all parts of Sri Lanka and overseas and we have moved into a spacious office that overlooks a tea plantation. We have also shifted our focus from static web design to dynamic, database driven content management systems.

So what has not changed? It’s Ella! The place in which we started our business in the hills of Sri Lanka. Many have asked us how we operate from here and reach out to the rest of the world? Let’s face it, we are doing business on the Internet and that makes the world a very very small place.

We thank God for his guidance throughout these ten years. Thank you to our faithful customers – thank you for doing business with Webvision. Thank you for your patience and understanding and thank you for your referrals. We are truly grateful!

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New Outgoing Mail Rules

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Let’s admit it – we all hate spam! In order to reduce spam, we will be applying new mail rules which will do the following:

1. Prevent outgoing email with FROM address (both envelope and header FROM) that’s from a domain not hosted on the server.

2. Prevent specific subject lines for known spam words like viagr* etc. for outgoing email.

Note: you must be aware that some contact forms and similar mailing scripts does send emails as FROM the mail submitted in the form (for example mail from perera@hotmail.com). In this case, the mail will be blocked and you need to modify your script to send from a local domain on the server.

Web hosting clients: please make the necessary changes before mid April.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter…

CeylonLinux gives out free CDs

Monday, August 15th, 2011

I have been using Linux for some time now and am very satisfied! Although upgrades of Ubuntu is possible online, it really helps when one has his/her own CD. It was refreshing when I heard recently that CeylonLinux was offering the Ubuntu CD free. So now you don’t have to wait for weeks till the CD arrives from overseas nor spend hours online until the OS upgrades. Just visit the CeylonLinux website and the guys there are really helpful!

So why did I make that huge step from Windows to Linux?

Firstly, it’s the assurance of being open-source and free. Secondly, I have the consolation that I am using original software and not those 150 rupee pirates.

If you ask me how the process has been, I would confidently say great, really great. Initially, it takes some time to get the hang of it but at the end of the day, it’s very fruitful. The OS loads in a flash and so do the programs.  Gone are the days that I had to stare at the monitor till the programs finally loaded. I mean loading, loading…

The Ubuntu 11.04 interface also looks nice, very nice!

Joomla 1.7 is here

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

To those of you who use the Joomla CMS, you would be happy to note the release of Joomla 1.7. From now on, every six months, a new version of Joomla will be released. It started with Joomla 1.6 in January 2011 as the first short term release, and it continues now with Joomla 1.7 as the second short term release.

After three short term releases, a long term release will come up. That means, that every 18 months, a long term release of Joomla will appear. The first long term release of Joomla 1.8 is expected in January 2012.

One of the nice new features in Joomla 1.7 is that it offers batch processing of articles. So now you can process access levels and even select category for move/copy of several articles in one go.

Happy Joomlaing!


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