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Creating your own QR Codes (& why)

This is a slight departure from our usual topics but I stumbled across something a few days ago and I found it very interesting: QR Codes. Yes, you read that right. QR Codes? For those who don’t remember, a QR…

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How to sail your website

How to sail your website

If you don’t keep a close eye on your website, over time, it’ll drift. Not a huge amount each day, and if you’re not paying attention, you won’t notice at first. But drifting it is. Why? With websites, what typically…

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WordPress.com v WordPress.org ?

The word ‘WordPress‘ can actually mean different things in different contexts so it’s worth spending a little time digging into that a little. WordPress WordPress itself is the open-source content management publishing platform. It is a software application written in…

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#TheWPshow with Nick Boyce

On the 24th of July I was lucky enough to chat to Nick Boyce of Pollenary, an agency which focuses on e-commerce growth, specialising in social media advertising, conversion rate optimisation, analytics and user research. In this talk Nick covers…

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Site Health Report in WordPress

Site Health Report in WordPress

WordPress version 5.2 included a handy feature called ‘Site Health‘ to help you keep on top of the general health of your WordPress website. Site Health looks at various technical aspects on your website (e.g. your plugins, the PHP version…

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What is anchor text?

Anchor link text is an essential part of creating rich, useful web pages. This article explains what they are, plus how to write great anchor link text. One of the key features of websites is that we can link to…

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Joel Hughes & Sue Keogh

theWPshow with Sue Keogh

Here is the replay* from our theWPshow (The WordPress Show) where we talk to Sue Keogh about writing for the web. (*here are all our recent replays). Here are some key links for Sue: Book in for a chat with Sue if…

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Redirecting in WordPress

Redirecting in WordPress

Sometimes with our WordPress sites, we need to either delete pages (or posts), or change their URL (i.e. their unique page address – sometimes referred to as a permalink). We typically need to do this if we are removing old,…

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