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Page builders vs custom websites

By Chris Tattum / September 13, 2018

The rise of page builders The website landscape is changing. More and more people and businesses are opting for websites that use a page builder. Whether it’s the likes of Wix and SquareSpace or WordPress page builders like Divi, Beaver Builder and Elementor, they are all extremely powerful and they’re here to stay. And it’s...

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How to get a Google Maps API key

By Chris Tattum / March 12, 2018

Since 2016, Google have made it mandatory to use an API key on websites displaying Google Maps. Here’s how you can get yours. Step 1: Sign into your Google account You’ll need to be signed into a Google or Gmail account before you can do this. If you don’t already have a Google or Gmail...

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We have a new website!

By Chris Tattum / May 1, 2017

If it’s been a while since you’ve visited this website, you’ll have noticed that we’ve applied the odd lick of paint or two. Gone is the somewhat serious look of the old website. We’ve also added much more information about what we do and why, as well as a brand new Portfolio section with some...

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How to backup your WordPress website

By Chris Tattum / April 26, 2016

So you have your nice new WordPress website all up and running. You’ve been blogging for a few months now, your growing audience loves your content, but then one day the unthinkable happens. You accidentally deleted a crucial file or setting and the website is no longer working. You do have a backup right? How...

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Is your website driving people away?

By Chris Tattum / February 17, 2016

It’s vital that a business website creates a good first impression. In just 3 seconds, a visitor will have made a judgement about a business from its website. Like a shop window, who would choose the run-down uncared for store, over the well looked after and presented one next door? A surprising number of websites...

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Is your website mobile-friendly?

By Chris Tattum / May 29, 2015

From time to time, Google make changes to their search engine, to improve the quality of their results. On April 21 2015, they made a significant change so that websites deemed “mobile-friendly” rank higher in search results.  They did this so that users searching on mobile devices get back pages which are usable and legible.  In fact,...

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What is WordPress?

By Chris Tattum / May 21, 2015

Recently, we’ve been getting asked by business owners for more information about WordPress, and what it can do for their businesses. Well firstly, it’s the number one Content Management System, used by organisations including CNN, Coca Cola, Sony, UPS and Google. In fact, over 20% of the world’s websites now run on WordPress. What’s a Content Management...

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