We keep getting told that first impressions really count – and they do. When visitors arrive at your website, they expect a great visitor experience. If your visitors are confronted with a page full of poor spelling and grammar, they are likely to bounce away to one of your competitors. That’s a poor experience.
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.
Your website is critically important to your business, but when was it last backed-up? Could you afford the time or money to rebuild your website from scratch?
This could be what you need to do if you have a website failure and don’t have a website backup strategy in place.
Google are about to reward great websites, and make it even harder for those offering a poor user experience to rank well. Here’s what they are doing, and how you can improve your site experience.
With so many ways of publishing content, we often get asked ‘Do I need a website?’. Here we make a case for having a strong website presence.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day, which is in February, we’re going to share some hints and tips on how you might make your website safer for your own visitors.
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Problems with hosting?
We offer a special service when it comes to website hosting. In fact, we’ve got 3 great web hosting packages to select from depending on how much support, protection and performance your website needs.
Why has Elementor started only displaying 5 blog post pages in it’s pagination? Here’s how to fix if you want to change it.
Most website owners aren’t missing out if they don’t have live chat or chatbot on their website. For some businesses it can be useful. Here are some options.
If you’re viewing your website on a smartphone, or other small screen, and wonder where your navigation menu items have gone, they’re hidden under the hamburger.
If you own a WordPress website and have issues whenever you try to upload more than 20 files then update the max_file_uploads php directive in your php.ini file