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10
Feb

WordPress 5.5 and jQuery warnings, should you be worried?

With WordPress 5.5 came the decision to remove the outdated jQuery Migrate, which is in cases causing Themes and Plug-ins to break. We take a look at what’s happening…

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18
Nov

Preparing to trade online: 10 things to consider

1) Build Costs Many businesses looking to start trading online under-estimate the amount of work and preparation that is involved in setting up a good quality online shop. In some respects the building of the website is the easy part, it’s setting up the content including products and images that takes the real time. Having […]

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26
Feb

How do you make your website GDPR compliant and what is the General Data Protection Act?

If you take advantage of email marketing to engage with your customers, you need to be aware of the changes coming into place as of the 25th of May 2018 from the GDPR. Don’t panic, there’s still time to prepare! This blog post has everything you need to be aware of.

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19
Dec

Google Chrome to label some sites “not secure” from January 2017

Google announced Chrome will begin labelling HTTP connections that feature passwords or credit card forms as non-secure. But what could that mean for you?

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16
Nov

Email marketing is about to change in a big way – Introducing GDPR

Email marketing is about to change in a big way from May 2018, thanks General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We look at what’s to come…

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15
Sep

The Web Design Jargon Buster

Ever wanted to know the difference between a Widget and a Wireframe, a CTA from a CSS? With our Web Design Jargon Buster, your wait is finally over…

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20
Oct

Taking payments online, Payment Gateways explained

Whether you have an online shop or simply want to take adhoc payments, there are a lot of options when it comes to taking money with your website. We look at some common options

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24
Mar

Google steps up its preference for Mobile websites

Google steps up its preference for Mobile websites with changes to its search algorithm. Find out more about the changes and what it means to your site

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19
Dec

3 Reasons not to Plagiarise content

Ever been stuck for ideas or seen a great article and want to use it on your site?
This great article talks about the pit-falls of Plagiarism…

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23
Oct

Alarm bells should be ringing loud and clear for any business involved in distance selling!

The Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) have taken the step of conducting a pre-Christmas review of 156 retailer websites and found that many of them were not fully complying with the Consumer (Distance Selling) Regulations and the Electronic Commerce (EC)Directive) Regulations. Find out more from Brian Scott at Max Montague…

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