How to left align taskbar in Windows 11
Posted on 16 October 2021
Windows 11 is out now and if you haven’t tried it already, you probably should. It’s free to upgrade from Windows 10 and so far after testing, we haven’t found any obvious issues.
One thing that did…read more.
Open Microsoft Outlook Automatically When signing in to Windows 10
Posted on 17 September 2021
We use Microsoft Outlook every day. Every time we start up and sign in we’re checking our emails, replying, updating our calendar, etc.
If you’re fed up of having to manually open outlook each…read more.
How to choose a broadband provider in the UK
Posted on 14 August 2021
A lot of people on Facebook groups tend to ask for recommendations for the best broadband provider, best broadband provider by area, etc. The truth is, other than Virgin who use their own Fibre and Coax…read more.
Google Update May 2021
Posted on 22 April 2021
Launching in May 2021 the Google Page Experience update is on it’s way and we’ll have an impact on search results as they stand at present.
This update is significant because user experience will play…read more.
5 Ways to Advertise Your Business Locally
Posted on 14 February 2021
Sign written vehicles
Sign written cars/vans. We tried this ourselves once and gained several enquiries. Imagine the enquiries for a business that’s not as niche as web design? If you’re looking…read more.
Building your own website in Wix vs hiring a WordPress developer
Posted on 23 January 2021
With services like Wix making builidng websites easier the amount of interest in these types of services has grown massively over the years. Just how good is Wix? Can it beat WordPress for the typical…read more.
5 Reasons Why We Love WordPress
Posted on 15 December 2020
When we started building websites, we didn’t have much time for WordPress. 100% of our website builds were 100% bespoke. One problem we kept coming to was that… developing bespoke features comes at a…read more.
How we’ll work with WHM to ensure that PHP 8 is compatible
Posted on 28 November 2020
As of the 26th of November PHP 8 is available. We won’t be using it on our servers, at least for a short while. PHP 7.4 (the latest supported version and the version we run) will be supported well into…read more.
How to optimise your pictures for your website
Posted on 6 August 2020
4 Ways to keep on top of your blog posts
Posted on 5 June 2020
After a quiet-ish April we found May to be one of our busiest months to date. We weren’t able to put out a blog post (with the aim of doing at least 1 per month) because this would have taken away too…read more.