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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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Email Deliverability (part 1)

Email deliverability (part 1)

In this article, we look at how you set up and configure your email to help minimise the chance of your emails accidentally going into spam folders (or worse still – getting blocked completely!). If you find yourself saying “having…

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#TheWPshow on Google Search Console

This is an edited replay of #TheWPshow (The WordPress Show) from the 4th of Sept 2020. Feel free to join our community on Facebook where future events are streamed. In the first #TheWPshow after the summer break, I dip into…

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Canonical URLs

Canonical URLs are something you don’t normally need to worry about; except in exceptional circumstances. However, they are worth knowing about all the same. What is a ‘Canonical URL’? It is the ‘definitive source’ of the information the page is…

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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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