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Category: Web Development

Next-gen Images: Page Speed’s New Best Friend featured image
25th Sep 2019 -

Next-gen Images: Page Speed’s New Best Friend

If we can reduce the file size of images as much as we can without affecting their overall quality, it will greatly improve the user’s experience and page speed on your website. Converting your images to a next-gen image format, like WebP, is one of the best ways to achieve this.

Enough is Enough: SEO is Not Optional featured image
22nd Mar 2019 -

Enough is Enough: SEO is Not Optional

SEO drives visibility amongst those who have likely not heard about your brand. Without it, your website is mostly only getting traffic from those who already have.

WordPress: The Gutenberg Controversy featured image
8th Mar 2019 -

WordPress: The Gutenberg Controversy

Gutenberg aims to replace the old CMS text editor WordPress user’s have come to know and love with these new movable blocks. Unfortunately, it has been met with resistance and poor reviews from the get-go. Let’s take a look at what went wrong, if it deserves the hate it has been receiving, and if there’s any hope for Gutenberg’s future.

Understanding Google PageSpeed Insights featured image
21st Jun 2018 -

Understanding Google PageSpeed Insights

Fast cars, fast money, fast….websites? More and more users are browsing the web from their mobile devices rather than their desktops. Mobile users generally won’t have access to high-speed broadband when they’re on the move meaning it will be more difficult for them to load websites which have been poorly optimised for page speed, so […]

5 Ways To Get a Better Backend featured image
16th Mar 2018 -

5 Ways To Get a Better Backend

It’s time we all took a good long look at our backend’s. Of course, I’m referring to your website’s backend here. I can’t help with the other one, although I hear lunges are good?

Security, Hackers, WordPress, and You featured image
1st Mar 2018 -

Security, Hackers, WordPress, and You

WordPress is currently powering 29% of all websites, making it the most popular Content Management System going. As a result, hackers are constantly looking…