Emerging Web Design Trends in 2019
In 2019 we are seeing the emerging trends for web design and the impact they’ll have on how your old website is perceived.
7 Things We Want to Know Before We Build Your Website
Yes, your developer should have a portfolio of work, but if they fail to take an interest in you it won’t end well. Why? Because they’ll be building your website from their point of view, not yours.
Email Harvesting and Protecting Yourself from Spam
Anyone who uses email, knows how much time is wasted every day sorting real email from the junk in your inbox. Are you tired of deleting lots of spam? Here are a few rules you can follow to eliminate more of it from your inbox.
Should I migrate to WordPress 5 Gutenberg?
With the most recent upgrade of WordPress – to 5.0 and above – you’ll notice some big changes to the way you create pages and content. Newer versions of WordPress have now incorporated block based design, which is very different to the WYSYWIG editor of the previous versions. I wanted to take some time to talk about the differences so you can make an informed choice about which way to go.
5 Ways to Repel a Brute Force Attack
Brute Force attacks are a way of guessing your password. Hackers use automated ‘robots’ to discover username and password combinations to exploit your website. Here are some useful tips that we can all use to protect your website.
A Better Way to Build Websites
We feel there’s a better way than fulfilling the demands of a requirements document – and it’s about putting our clients at the centre of what we do.
How to build loyal website visitors
How do you attract visitors to your website? Search engine optimisers say you need a content marketing strategy, and that’s true, but as you’ll see as you read on, it’s only one piece of the puzzle.
Using Colour to Modify Website User Behaviour
There’s a whole branch of psychology that looks into colour and how it makes us feel and act. In this blog I want to show you how colour can influence your website visitors.
7 Reasons You Should Use Asporea CDN
You can see a CDN offers so many benefits apart from dramatic performance enhancement. You’ll start to see SEO and better conversion rates as your website experience improves.
Why you need Asporea CDN for WordPress
For the best WordPress performance and speed our most frequent suggestion is for customers to install a Content Distribution Network (CDN). Here’s why.
How to Improve WordPress Speed with Caching
It takes more than a cache to have an efficient WordPress website – but a cache certainly will help.
Why Everyone is Talking About Gutenberg
Gutenberg is a major upgrade for WordPress which could be released as soon as August 2018. The development team are positioning this latest generational update as a new content creation experience for the world’s leading CMS platform.