Have you received a notification that your WordPress site has been updated to WordPress 4.0-alpha. Not expecting that? Want to know how to restore to a stable version of WordPress?
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
The Heartbleed Bug has infected lots of servers using OpenSSL for the past 2 years, but was only recently discovered. Your cloud services and other internet services might use this. Are you affected and do you need to reset your password?
We all want more website traffic, but what do you do if you’re expecting a big traffic spike and don’t know if your site can cope?
What can you do if you’ve already gone through this pain and seen your site collapse when confronted with too many visitors in a short space of time?
Are you having trouble getting your responsive tables in WordPress to work properly? We recently implemented a custom CSS / HTML solution for a client that avoids using plugins and is easy to manage.
We decided to become WordPress experts because we believe it to be a great, cost-effective platform for small- and medium-sized businesses. It’s packed full of functionality and a great content management system – in fact, WordPress started out as a blogging platform, but developed into much more.
Broken links can badly impact a visitors experience of your website, and your search engine performance too. Make sure you install a broken link checker and regularly fix any errors it finds.