Common problems Businesses face with their “digital agency”

By: Tom Caulton on June 18, 2015

The “digital” world is one which has grown massively over the past decade, and will continue to do so in well into the future. Advances in aspects of technology have lead to more and more businesses getting themselves online to grab a piece of the “pie” that is online sales and global exposure. Just like

White Screen on WordPress Site – link-template.php.suspected

By: dijitul on June 11, 2015

We’ve been having a recurring problem on a WordPress website despite everything being up-to-date and clean according to Sucuri. The site seemed to go down every day, and present anyone visiting it with a blank white  screen; By default WordPress hides the error messages, so we have to change this to “True” in wp-config.php for

More Than A Web Design Company

By: Danny Watkinson on May 15, 2015

We are Dijitul. We make websites and have been doing so as a company since 2006, and as individuals for many more years, right back to in our bedrooms in the early days of the mainstream web. Making websites is still part of our daily routine, it’s still our bread and butter and something we

Post Panda Perils – HUGE Google Update Issue

By: Olly on May 12, 2015

We were recently contacted by a client of ours, as a few months after his new website was launched he arrived into work one morning to find an empty inbox where there would normally be 20-50 enquiries. Panic! The first thing he did was check Google UK to see if he was still at the top for

Cubecart 4 Sagepay Protocol v3 Module

By: dijitul on May 8, 2015

We still run a few sites off Cubecart 4, and a couple of those people use the Sagepay/Protx module that comes bundled with it. As anyone that uses Sagepay will know, they need to move over to V3 of the Sagepay module and until now that module did not exist. Well we’re pleased to announce we

How important is Google+ to Local SEO?

By: Tom Caulton on April 24, 2015

Google+ Listings Can Help Drive Traffic, Here’s Why; image source: Search Engine Land Google+ may not have lived up to the social potential that Facebook and Twitter have, but it still plays a pivotal role in local listings on the first page of search engine results. When it comes to people looking for something in or

Pitch to Rich with Locul

By: Tom Caulton on April 10, 2015

Building The Next Google We have recently rolled out the newest addition to the Dijitul family, and that is Locul. Locul is a new UK based website builder and marketing service that will eventually go on to become a search engine in the future – a full UK based, UK tax paying Google if you will.

Hacked WordPress Websites – Website Security

By: dijitul on February 27, 2015

I originally wrote about hacked wordpress websites just over a year ago, and in my last article I talked about how you can tell if your website had been hacked, this article is going to cover a few steps you can take to ensure you stay one step ahead and hopefully not get hacked in the first place!

Web Design and Website Photography – Why good photos matter

By: Danny Watkinson on February 18, 2015

There’s been an increasing demand in the past few weeks for new web designs that I’ve been working on. As we’re coming up to the racing season, I’ve had a lot of sites to work on within the motorsport and automotive sectors. They’re always great projects to work on as it’s such a cool industry

Why Your Website Must Be Mobile Friendly

By: Danny Watkinson on February 13, 2015

Before we begin, you should know that the original title of this post was different. To begin with it was “Why Your Website Should Be Mobile Friendly”. Only one word difference, but quite a significant one, because as I sat and looked over my list of notes and scribbles and was about to start typing,