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Our latest web design: Crick community sports centre

Our latest web design is for the Crick Community Sports Centre. This is a new sports facility serving Crick and neighbouring villages in Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire. The Crick Community Sports Centre has benefitted from various grants and funding from Sport England, local councils, local property developers and the Premier League Facilities Fund. View our […]

3 tips for setting up WordPress SEO

WordPress is the most popular Content Management System in the world with the latest statistics showing 60% market share. This means that there are a lot of websites out there making a very wise choice as WordPress is a secure, easy to use CMS that is well supported by its inventors Automattic. It also has […]

WordPress market share grows

If you run a website where you need to make regular changes to the content then a Content Management System (CMS) is the most cost-effective solution. And the ever growing WordPress market share shows that it is a dominant player in crowded open source CMS market Why use a Content Management System? We often bandy […]

What to do when you have a White Screen of Death on a WordPress website

One day you may go to your slick and shiny WordPress website and be presented with what is termed the White Screen of Death. This may provoke a little panic if you’re seeing this for the first time but the important thing is to stay calm. There are a number of tried and tested steps […]

Custom web design vs commercial website themes in WordPress

When it comes to the design, branding and functionality for a new website using WordPress (or in fact any good CMS), there are two major choices you need to make: custom web design or commercial website themes. The popularity of WordPress means that there are many specialist developers producing excellent off-the-shelf themes. Equally there are […]

How to update your WordPress theme

If you’re a WordPress user then you need to update your WordPress theme regularly. This is in addition to making sure your plugins and the WordPress version are kept updated. For example, in the last three months alone there have been at least three WordPress core updates which means we’re up to version 4.4.2 at […]

New WordPress version 4.4 will be released shortly

Popular Content Management System WordPress will shortly have a a major update to the new WordPress version 4.4. WordPress users are invited to test the version 4.4 Beta 2 release in advance of the Dec. 8 full release. For users the following new features will be available: A new 2016 theme Since 2010, WordPress comes […]

Latest web design – Original Rugby

Our latest web design Original Rugby is the brainchild of creative carpenter and furniture designer David Cox of Woodworks of Rugby. Original Rugby provides a range of bespoke and off-the-shelf gifts made from reclaimed timber that commemorate and celebrate the sport of Rugby. The products are made from reclaimed timber and are sourced and manufactured […]

New web design – estate agent in Rugby Move Happily Ever After

We have just finished developing the web design and development for new estate agent in Rugby Move Happily Ever After. This is a new venture from award winning estate agent Deborah Jane Gray who has a deserved reputation for excellent customer service and communication for buyers and sellers of property. Web design using WordPress The […]

Why you should keep your WordPress site version and plugins updated

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s website was recently discovered to be harbouring malicious software for a second time this year. Two security companies have independently found evidence that hackers put malicious code on the site which meant that anyone visiting using a vulnerable browser risks losing login names, passwords and other data. A spokesman for Jamie […]

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