Website development has changed a lot, even in the last 5 years, and there are two major ways you can save money on your website. The first is re-using existing tools to get some great results; the second is keeping your site safe. Let me expand on these in the following article. The first – […]
One question that we get fairly often is “How do I access my email account when I’m away from my main computer?”. Although you could look at temporarily installing Outlook onto a computer you have access to and then connect it with your email account, the much easier way of accessing it is by logging […]
When you are starting to plan your e-Commerce website, choosing which software to use can be daunting; there are many different options to choose from, so knowing which ones are the best is important. That’s why we’ve put together this guide on the two platforms we recommend to help you decide which one would be […]
In the last few weeks, a security researcher called Anthony Ferrera found a relatively serious security bug in WordPress. The bug essentially allows attacks via the WordPress database functions, which were not as secure as intended.
We find that clients sometimes run into issues with emails they send being marked as spam and being returned to them. Tracking down the reasons as to why that happens can sometimes be difficult, but using a tool called Mail Tester makes diagnosing the issue easy and helps quickly resolve the issue.
Easter Security alert: Be extra careful of phishing attacks over Easter and this week – there’s a new way of making the domains look identical to legit sites – but they’re not!
Some of you will be familiar with the idea of "Flash" on web pages. Flash is a special visual interface programming language that used to run on nearly everything. It's commonly used for movie web pages – those fancy websites that you go into that do everything for you. YouTube and similar sites use […]