Web Development:

    How do you get a job as a web designer?

    Posted on November 26, 2020

    Experience, experience, experience; it’s the key to becoming a web designer.

    Most of my learning is (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    How to move and rearrange WooCommerce product fields and displays

    Posted on November 17, 2020

    Last week I found an amazing tool that allows for rearrangement of WooCommerce product pages. It’s often a stumbling block encountered when designing a new website – a client asking for something that isn’t technically feasible – until now! (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    Does a website lose rankings when redesigned?

    Posted on November 9, 2020

    Sometimes, if businesses have had a website for years, they became hesitant to change how it looks and functions. If you’ve worked hard to achieve Google rankings, is there a danger that a redesign could lose them? Will your newly redesigned site have to (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    How to rename hardcoded WordPress theme files EASILY!

    Posted on October 12, 2020

    In my many years of designing websites, there’s always been one niggling issue that crops up – hardcoded text. Despite all the theme options in the WordPress backend, (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    How to create staging websites with ease

    Posted on October 7, 2020

    Creating a staging website (a clone of a live website) is a challenge for any web designer, no matter how many years’ experience they might have. The common problems surround (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    How image compression can speed up or slow down your site

    Posted on September 22, 2020

    Uploading images to websites may sound simple, but don’t underestimate the opportunity to be had if technology is leveraged to optimise your website. (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    Five essential plugins for any website

    Posted on September 21, 2020

    There are over 55,000 free plugins available from the WordPress Plugins directory, and countless premium tools too. For a person new to the content management system, it can be (more…)

    Posted by Andrew Waterhouse

    WordPress Divi theme compromised

    Posted on August 10, 2020

    Researchers at WordFence have recently discovered a security weakness in WordPress’ Elegant Themes Divi, the Divi Builder plugin and Extra themes.

    What is the vulnerability?

    In essence, this vulnerability allows users with either editing or publishing authorisation to upload harmful files onto a site. In order to do so, a user’s login would first have to be compromised – assuming that (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones
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