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Updating WordPress and Plugins

Every day there are millions of websites that are maliciously hacked every single day, and while some hacks are intentionally to get or access information or to disrupt critical functions, most are just done by bored nerds that want to cause a problem for no apparent reason. When most brochure websites are hacked, it can be easily avoided, either by making your password a secure one, or by updating your Wordpress instal and the plugins used. This blog explains some of the background to this and how practically to update them.

Jovan |
14th July 2017
Security Web Development Websites
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What is a website backup and why you need one

If you have a website, you likely have a person or a company that hosts the website on your behalf. But what happens if your site is hacked? If the site files or database are accidentally deleted, or if the server that it sits on fails? This blog explains what a backup regime is and why you need it.

Jovan |
19th October 2017
Security Web Development
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My new website: template or custom build?

When you decide to build or update your company website there will be many agencies or freelancers to choose from and many approaches available to you. The danger is not making the right choice, as making a poor decision at this stage can cost you time, money and reputation down the line. One of the big decisions is the choice between a template site or a custom build, and that is what this week’s blog focusses on.

Jovan |
1st November 2017
Security SEO Web Design Web Development
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Websites: Front end and back end

Websites are completely ubiquitous, they surround us everywhere and the number that we visit in any given day would be frightening if we actually counted them up! But how much do you know about how websites are built, the constituent parts or the code that is used. Well this week’s blog focusses on all the constituent parts of website design and development so you know what you’re dealing with.

Jovan |
8th November 2017
Web Design Web Development
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Why choose WordPress for your next website?

There are lots of website development companies out there, and they all have different preferences on the systems, languages, code and frameworks that they like to use. However it can be very confusing for the 'non tech person’ who might find it difficult to work out which one is best. After all, if you’re not happy with what you have, you may have to live with it for quite some time afterwards. This week's blog helps you understand why Wordpress is a great choice for your next website.

Jovan |
15th November 2017
Security SEO Web Design Web Development
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What does GDPR mean for your website? – Part One

If you own a business or are quite senior in your place of employment, it is highly likely that you have heard a lot said about GDPR over the last few months. You may know a reasonable amount about it or know very little but the name, but a whole bunch of people will know absolutely nothing about it. In this week’s blog we examine how it affects your website and some of the questions we’ll try to answer before May 2018 to make sure you are compliant.

Jovan |
29th November 2017
General News Resources Security SEO Web Development
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A plan to make your website work for you in 2018

We’re very fortunate that in our line of work we get to work with businesses of all sizes. Big ones with a marketing team that really have their finger on the pulse, but also smaller businesses, where marketing - particularly the website - is one of those jobs that gets kicked down the road. This week's blog offers some simple pointers on a plan to refresh your website and keep it looking fresh throughout 2018.

Jovan |
3rd January 2018
General News Security SEO
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