The Evolution of WordPress: Empowering Website Owners with the Block Editor

By: Olly on May 24, 2023

In the dynamic landscape of website development, WordPress has emerged as an enduring force, empowering millions of individuals and businesses to establish their online presence. Over the years, WordPress has evolved to meet the ever-changing demands of users, transforming from a humble blogging platform to an all-singing-all-dancing content management system (CMS). One of the most

Is your website actually yours?

By: Olly on May 23, 2022

It’s yours, but it’s not yours. Since day one, we have always made it clear to customers that when the final payment is made on a project we are working on, the website/app/software/etc then belongs to that client in full. No strings, no catches – easy peasy. Do you know why we state this? Its

Problems with reCaptcha? v2 & v3

By: Olly on May 19, 2022

I’m not sure if this is a sign of things to come, but I have noticed a few websites we manage seem to be letting spam through the forms, despite having anti-spam honeypots & reCaptcha enabled. At the moment, it seems to only be on two websites we manage and they are totally unrelated, but

dijitul Clients First Lead through New Website Pays for Marketing Investment Ten Time Over

By: Tom Caulton on March 10, 2022

The Client We had the opportunity to work with a fantastic customer in the commercial event flooring industry. This client has provided its services to well-known brands such as Gymshark, World Rally Championships, and has even laid out the red carpet for the BAFTA awards in previous years. This client came to dijitul in need

Working in the Woods

By: Olly on June 8, 2018

Being tied to a computer screen (Or three, if you are a dijitul developer!) everyday, can be draining – both physically and mentally. Office work isn’t traditionally tiring but our team put so much efforts into everything they do, it’s important to balance that with a comfortable relaxed working environment. Thats why moving our office

7 Reasons Your Website Must Be Mobile Friendly

By: Liam Winterton on June 20, 2016

¬† Image Source Have you ever found yourself asking “Do I need a mobile friendly website?” Or have you ever visited a website before on your mobile and thought, I can’t use this website on my phone, I’ll return to the Google results and try a different website. Well, if you’re thinking this, then your¬†potential

WordPress Admin Chrome Bug

By: Olly on September 14, 2015

Since the latest 4.3 WordPress update, the admin sidebars have been behaving very strangely and visually messing up when the admin user was trying to browse the admin area. However, it seems that this issue is actually with Chrome, and not with WordPress itself. Please follow the steps below to get rid of the annoyance

WordPress NextGEN Gallery Shortcodes

By: Olly on April 2, 2010

Whenever we build a website using WordPress and the client requests a gallery – we always use NextGEN. I can’t fault them for the features it offers, its a fantastic bit of kit – but when it actually comes to the shortcodes to get it to display stuff – NextGEN fail big time. So I

WordPress to Facebook – Facebook to Twitter

By: Olly on January 19, 2010

Did you know that you can make a blog post and have it sent directly to your facebook page and THEN directly to your Twitter account. Magical don’t you think? We are just testing a few more things and making some changes to the script and all should work like a well oiled machine. Read