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,

WordPress themes – Stock themes VS bespoke builds

By: Danny Watkinson on January 29, 2015

During my time of working in the web industry, I’ve had a go at pretty much everything. I’ve experienced different methods used to create sites, some are great, but some are down right awful. When I work with a client, it’s in my best interest to create a site that not only looks great on

Mistakes to Avoid in Digital Marketing

By: Tom Caulton on January 23, 2015

As another year beckons upon us all, digital marketers begin to tell you what to do and what not to do in the SEO industry, and it is often specific to the year we’re in, for example mistakes to avoid in digital marketing 2015. However, while all of these are all well and good, I

Interesting JPEG Virus – PHP/Small Trojan

By: dijitul on January 22, 2015

Those of us that are from the Napster/Geocities era, have witnessed many viruses in the form of perfectly harmless looking MP3s and trojans disguised as Chat programs, but although i’ve heard of them I have never actually seen a Virus within an image file. A JPEG to be more precise. Our webhost forwarded us an

Windows 10 To Be A Free Upgrade For One Year

By: Tom Caulton on January 22, 2015

According to Windows chief Terry Myerson, Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for one year, if you already happen to be running either Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1, or Windows 7 operating systems. This is an unusual move for Microsoft, as there is usually a cost to upgrade from one operating system to another,

Alternate SEO Predictions For 2015

By: Danny Watkinson on January 21, 2015

The new year is here. 2014 is consigned to the history books and 2015 is now in full swing, in fact at the time of writing we are over 1/17 of the way through the year! So, with that said, it’s time for one of the true traditions of January, along with depressing weather, chaotic

New Website & New UK Domain Name

By: dijitul on January 19, 2015

  We’ve just launched our new website, and we’ve moved over to a UK domain name (as originally mentioned here) which is both exciting, and quite nerve wracking at the same time. The new website features the same content as before but it has a much improved design, and more thorough mobile and tablet support

Web Design trends: predictions for 2015

By: Danny Watkinson on December 22, 2014

The world of Web Design is always changing and new trends come in to place. It can be hard to keep up sometimes, and you never know what’s coming round the corner next. 2014 has been a year where Flat UI design completely took over, the fold has become more of a distant memory, and