WordPress - what comes next?

WordPress – what comes next?

What will come after WordPress? And is this something that businesses who use WordPress, and agencies who specialise in it (like us!) need to worry about? Like any business, your attention is drawn in many different directions: There is the…

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Active Campaign - how we use Goals

Active Campaign – how we use ‘goals’

As part of our business, we run online events called #TheWPshow (‘The WordPress Show’). The show is aimed at non-techy businesses and website managers who want to stay current and improve their knowledge & their WordPress sites – we regularly…

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Takeaways from ordering online

I ordered some take out food recently, I was time-pressed with the kids and ordering beforehand, ready for pick up, just made sense. The online ordering experience was really, really poor. When I first started in the web, many things…

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Sending passwords (securely)

Sending passwords (securely)

As a WordPress development & support company, we tend to have access to lots of client’s website credentials, and we often need to send passwords to clients. In this article, we’ll explore how we do that as securely as possible….

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Hosting: Shared v dedicated

Shared v Dedicated Hosting

Hosting is a fundamental piece of the puzzle when providing a solid website experience to your online audience. In this article, we discuss some of the factors you need to consider. Files Our websites are, at the end of the…

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The Challenge for Website Owners

The challenge for website owners

I’ve just got back from being away with my kids in West Wales and, as usual, the brain never fully switches off from business, and I thought I’d come back and blog about what I’ve been mulling: the challenge for…

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WordPress 5.5

Our take on WordPress 5.5

As you know, WordPress is a continually shifting seascape of software with everything needing updating pretty regularly; whether that’s plugins, themes, or indeed the core of WordPress itself. WordPress 5.5 has just come out and you may have seen this…

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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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