National Cyber Security Awareness Month

October 15th, 2011 | Posted under BounceWeb Company, Internet Trends, The Internet | No Comments »

Bounceweb is proud to spread the news this month of October.

Today is the National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), conducted every October since its establishment in 2004 in the United States of America. This is an annual awareness-raising production that aspires to encourage all and sundry to safeguard their networks and our nation’s critical cyber foundation. It will be sponsored by the National Cyber Security Division (NCSD) within the Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The Department offers tips, and best practices concerning how to stay safe online.

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Themes and Templates for Mambo Hosting

May 25th, 2009 | Posted under Content Management Systems, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Themes and Templates for Mambo Hosting


Creating and changing templates for Mambo has been made easy with the help of the following tips and resources:


For beginners, when they are just starting out and creating their own templates or if they are changing the existing templates, it is recommended that they analyze and read through the several articles present on their website that are created for the purpose of aiding users.

A number of online tools are available for those who wish to design themes and templates for mambo hosting. Doing so and perfecting the same will allow users to form suitable markups. One such online tool is CSS.
If users find CSS difficult to use and the page layout too complicated to construct, they can visit a number of websites and access the online CSS generator.
If the user wants to achieve maximum success in this field, he must team the above online tool with a template called Dreamweaver. This software offers a tutorial as well as an extension that is supported by Mambosolutions. By doing so, the user will find the task of creating themes and templates for mambo hosting extremely easy and faster. The user must remember to add the particular code that carries out the task of providing information from Mambo. Whereas the Dreamweaver Extension allows users to alter templates for the purpose of using it with Mambo.
Another resourceful tutorial for the purpose of creating themes and templates for mambo hosting are available at the mambo support center website that allows the user to go through a detailed step-by-step tutorial so that he is familiar with the process.
An underused function within the framework of Mambo is an interesting feature and must be used more often. If the user wishes to check a template for the purpose of knowing the position of the module and its placement, this can be done easily by visiting a website designed for the same. However, users must remember that this feature works only if SEF is not turned on.
If the user wishes to create a template that is semantically right, he must access and use spans, divs and control presentation with the help of the CSS tool. Popular consensus says that tables must be created only for the purpose of presenting data that requires the same. However, this is a personal choice and depends on the needs of the user.
A large number of resources recommend that the user must perfect the div and CSS techniques. Once the user is able to use these tools flawlessly, he may be able to modify and create a large number of effects that are only limited when one restricts oneself to the use of tables.
Themes and templates for mambo hosting are basically created for the purpose of aiding the user. The above mentioned themes and templates are particularly designed for the Mambo CMS platform. Each template offers the benefit of fast and easy installation. The software also offers technical support to the users at no cost.


Ten Things You Can Do With Mambo

April 16th, 2009 | Posted under Content Management Systems | No Comments »

Ten Things You Can Do With Mambo

1. Mambo gives you access to a complete database that is driven by the site engine of your choice.
This enables you to operate online and find the content you are looking for quickly. Mambo software is a tool for content management that enables you to create and manage websites through a very simplified web interface. Due to its ease of use, it has attracted many users and has become an accepted software tool. It has undergone thorough testing procedures on LINUX and a host of other operating systems.

2. Mambo gives you the ability for you to handle interface translocation.
Internalization of content is possible with this software. You can advertise and put banners that will be accessible to clients and colleagues who are international destinations. Mambo enables you put labels on the content that needs to be documented. Once you have labeled the content, its location can be easily recalled. This means that you can call content from anywhere within the database and access the information at the click of a button.

3. Page caching mechanism improves the performance of the content management system in very busy sites.
When using universal functions, one has to be sure that a function with the same name has not been defined elsewhere. With correct description of the appropriate functions, it is easy for you to package custom work for easier content management. Content can be easily edited, updated and transformed through the real time system.

4. All media files including images and documents can be edited and scheduled for publication in online sites.
This enables the contributors to have a look at the changes they have made to the documents. Content syndication is possible since the files are friendly to search engine systems.

5. A dynamic poll or forum that releases results on the spot.
This provides the user with an interactive medium. There are many layouts to choose from when launching content on the internet and the choice of the best layout may require polling.

6. Access groups can be reached on a hierarchical listing.
This ability enables the user know who is who in the system and this makes file management a very easy task. There is hierarchy of objects that enables the user define departments, topics, locations and sites.

7. The archive manager enables the user to keep content in an archive rather than throwing the content away.
With Mambo you are able to easily keep all the content you have ever put up on your Mambo site.

8. Editor support for content management enables the system to have a more collaborative outlook.
The editor is supported by the WYSIWYG platform, something that has not been installed in any other system.

9. Easy coding of the whole system files and systems.
One can develop extensions for easy compatibility as well as code the whole system to make file management easy and fast. This makes it easy to manage as well as very reliable.

10. Mambo has a content macro language
This makes use of commands and other crucial features such as a template deployment possible.

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5 Best template sites

March 11th, 2009 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

If you’re not much of a builder, but also not much of a designer, you’re in luck. Because not only can you download and install a CMS like Joomla or WordPress, you can also download a very nice template for it, so that you can have a functional website that also looks good. Sometimes they’re free; sometimes you have to pay over a hundred dollars. Keep in mind that paid ones are not better by default; they’re just made by more commercial people. You can find templates on the following sites.

OSSkins is a very large website that has templates for open-source platforms like Drupal, Joomla and WordPress. You can buy some of them for a fixed price, others require a membership. And if you don’t want to pay, just click the free section, they’re also very nice.

These guys are in one word: brilliant. I have to admit, you pay a lot for it, you have to get a subscription, but these guys don’t just design templates, they design little miracles. And don’t worry about uploading and configuring a template. Just download a complete Joomla package including the template, and install the whole thing at once.

A very good looking website with a very clear interface. The themes that are meant for WordPress and Joomla look very nice and very professional, but sadly they know how to charge you for it. You can get them cheap through a subscription, but if you want to buy it exclusively, you pay between 600 and 1200 dollars.

Don’t let the name confuse you. Yes they have templates for Mambo, but they also have a lot of templates for Joomla. And whey I say a lot, I mean a LOT. Also nice is the fact that they have a lot of administrator templates that will make the admin part a little nicer. One of the oldest template sites around.

Template Monster
Without a doubt the biggest template website out there. They have templates for just about any kind of open-source platform, and they have a great way of presenting them. It’s a very commercial site though, so prepare to grab your wallet.

5 best open source CMS systems

March 4th, 2009 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

There are a lot of open source content management systems out there that will really help you build a good website. The problem is that they all have different qualities, and if you don’t know what to choose, you might just make the wrong decision. Although it’s not like you’re spending a lot of money on the software, it’s open-source. You will spend a lot of time on it though and it would be a shame to discover that you have made a mistake when your site is almost done. Let me help you on the way.


Joomla is a CMS that you’ve heard me talk about a couple of times in these articles. Not because I’m a fan of Joomla (because I don’t like the idea of the whole world being run by one CMS, way too vulnerable), but because it’s so incredibly powerful and easy to use. There are a lot of good extensions, some cost money, some don’t. Joomla will surely make you a good website if you’re going to have a lot of content and you want to do more with it than just display it.


Mambo can be considered Joomla’s bigger brother. Well actually, maybe more of a father. A group of developers who didn’t like the way things were going at Mambo headquarters, left, and started their own CMS, called Joomla. Both are still being developed and are very much alike, however Joomla has a bigger user base.


This is another very powerful CMS that you’ve heard me talking about. It is very often mistaken with a simple blogging tool, because it’s also a blogging service. Yes, you can use it as a blogging platform, but it’s way more powerful, if you know how to configure it well. Lot’s of extensions, some free, some not.


Probably the most flexible and powerful open-source content management system there is. Nice, but the problem is that it’s also a lot harder to install and a lot harder to configure. If you know what you’re doing, it’s a very nice CMS. But if you need an open-source CMS because you have no programming skills, steer far from it.


A brilliant CMS if your focus is going to be on news delivery. It’s very easy to install, very easy to use, but not the easiest CMS to customize. If you’re happy with a nice template and standard functionality, go for this one, it will make you happy.

Content Management System For Newbies

January 23rd, 2009 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

What Is A Content Management System (CMS)?

In short a content management system also know as a CMS, in terms of the Internet, is a script that is used to create, edit, manage, and publish different types of digital content. In other words, it will organize the stuff you want to put on your website easily, efficiently and effectively. A CMS will keep everything organized.

Where Can I Get A Content Management System For A Newbie?

We have a few that can be used and installed with 1-click included in our web hosting. These include:

Drupal (6.6) (website)
Geeklog (1.5.1) (website)
Joomla 1.5 (1.5.8) (website)
Joomla (1.0.15) (website)
Mambo Open Source (4.6.5) (website)
PHP-Nuke (7.9) (website)
phpWCMS (1.1-RC4 Rev. A) (website)
phpWebSite (0.10.2) (website)
Post-Nuke (0.764) (visit site)
Siteframe (3.2.3) (website)
Typo3 (4.2.1) (website)
Xoops (2.3.1) (website)

Which CMS Do You Recommend?

Among all of the CMS suites available Joomla is currently one of the best out there. Not only is it easy to use, but it also has a plethora of great features, and has a huge following so support is easy to find. Some of their features they mentioned are as follows:

  • Easy advertising management with banners: The “Banner” component allows the user to manage banners by Categories and Clients. The “Banners Manager” has three tabs, “Banners,” “Clients,” and “Categories.”
  • Contact management: The “Contacts” component allows the user to manage a Contacts directory with regard to the
    Contacts within the web site.
  • Newsfeeds: The “Newsfeeds” component enables the most recent articles from external web sites feeds
    (e.g. RSS) to be linked to for further reading.
  • Polls: The “Polls” component displays a list of all active (published or unpublished) polls on your site.
  • Search: The “Search” component provides statistics on searches performed using the Joomla! Search
  • Weblinks: The “Weblink” component lists and provides management controls for controlling Web Links
    displayed in the Front-end of the web site.

And that’s only the beginning of the features list. All standard, all easy to manage, and all free! Content Management System For Newbies indeed. Take a look at our 100% compatible, cheap and reliable joomla cms hosting.