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Website updates and avoiding content loss
Between your web designer starting work on a new feature and it going live, any changes you make to your website could be lost. Here’s how to avoid th
Types of email and when to use each
Email can be pretty complicated. There are three different email formats and each comes with its own pros, cons, and best use case.
Regular backups are important
Posted 16th July 2015 in Website admin
If your website was to to disappear somehow, restoring it is easy if you have a recent back-up somewhere. How can you back things up? Read on!
Edit your blog posts off-line
There are many advantages to writing your blog posts on a dedicated writing app and not directly on your website.
Look after your domain name
Look after your domain name. It’s one of your most important business assets and the cost of losing it can be huge.
Regular website maintenance
Posted 3rd June 2015 in Website admin
Regular attention and TLC is good for any website, small or large. How? Read on!
Displaying an email address on your website
Putting your email address on your website turns out to be surprisingly complicated issue. Read on to find out why!
Passwords are often pretty easy to hack. Using a password manager like 1Password can make all the difference to being secure online.
Little by little
What’s the best way to approach your website updates? Little by little or wholesale change and a grand-unveiling?
Posted 20th July 2012 in Website admin
It’s important to keep your website up to date and this doesn’t just stop at the content that’s on there. It’s likely your site will incorporate some
Posted 3rd April 2012 in Website admin
Webforms are great but they’re also a target for spam. You’ll be glad to know there’s an effective way to greatly reduce or even eliminate this!
Domain name renewals
Posted 20th March 2012 in Website admin
It’s not often that I feel compelled to have a rant, but today I really feel it’s necessary… I hope you see this as a warning, more than anything else
Deciding on your domain name (or URL) is an important starting point for any business when embarking on having a website built.
Analytics are a great (and free!) way of seeing how all your hard work promoting your website is paying off…
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