We have been working with the WordPress CMS for over ten years, and it continues to evolve and improve thanks to its global network of developers. Often we are asked the question: Why WordPress? Many people often compare WordPress to SquareSpace, or WordPress vs Joomla, so we thought we would answer why WordPress for [...]
WordPress Security Update 4.8.2 WordPress version 4.8.2 has been released addressing security vulnerabilities. The update includes a fix to $wpdb->prepare() to help protect against SQLi injection attacks in addition to 6 maintenance fixes amongst other things. The existence of these vulnerabilities has become public, and as a result it becomes much more likely they [...]
WordPress is a website software (also known as a 'platform') that currently powers around 25% of all websites and is being used by businesses all around the world as the content management system (CMS) that powers their website. WordPress is essentially software that is setup on your website hosting to organize all the images, [...]
Wordpress needs to be updated to take advantage of current technology updates, software progression and security updates. BUT before you update you should always backup your Wordpress website. The important thing here, is that your website is like all of your normal business files, if you have a copy stored somewhere safely you can [...]
You may have heard of Wordpress, that it is good for small business and that it allows you to incorporate a blog (or news feed) into your website and also to edit your own website. But exactly what is Wordpress? and is it good for small business websites? If you are looking to either design your [...]
Introducing you to the Wordpress dashboard, editing your website and adding content. In 'An Introduction to Wordpress' tutorial we start at your Wordpress login page and take you through the simplest way to start adding content or editing your website. Please add any questions to the comments below.
When you upload an image to Wordpress, its recommend you always set your image title and alt tag… why? Because search engines don't see images you need to describe the images for them. Search engines see the code behind the image, like this: <img src="http://www.example.com/example.png" alt="Keyword"> This is how a search engine views your image filename, and [...]
Wordpress Menu Manager: The Wordpress menu manager allows your to easily adjust your site's navigation layout. Managing your Wordpress menu allows you to add new pages, take away old pages and ensure the most relevant content for your customers is easily reachable for them. The Wordpress menu manager offers a 'drag and drop' feature which [...]