Fact is, WordPress is pretty “boring” as it’s been around for a while and has become a staple in web design projects big and small and while innovation is key if you fail to understand and spend time on the “boring” fundamentals it can lead to problems for any WordPress project at any scale.
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A website is more than just a digital storefront, it’s a crucial part of your business operations. It’s where customers come to learn more about your products or services, make purchases, and interact with your brand.
A CMS plays a vital role in the success of your website as it determines how easily and efficiently you can manage your content. A good CMS should be user-friendly, flexible, scalable, and able to meet the unique needs of your website.
Many businesses assume that website CMS systems like WordPress are only suitable for small businesses and personal websites. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
The WordPress platform the perfect tool for modular and mobile-first website design with a continually growing list of features that allow designers to create responsive websites with a seamless user experience on any device.
When making an amendment to an existing functionality for a WordPress website, it is important to thoroughly test any changes.
When it comes to building a custom WordPress website, choosing the right partner is a crucial decision because the success of your website depends on the expertise and dedication of the team working on it.
To increase sales, you need a constant supply of leads and new clients. Of course, getting shiny new clients is beneficial, but is that the only way to grow your agency? What about the current batch of clients that you have already?
Heading deeper into 2021, WordPress remains a major player in eCommerce. In fact, over 28% of all online stores are powered by WooCommerce, the WordPress eCommerce solution, followed by Squarespace and Shopify respectively. This comes as no surprise! As a versatile, simple to use, fully customisable and open-source solution, many continue to turn to WooCommerce […]
When looking to build a website, users often find themselves choosing between the top two contenders: WordPress and Squarespace. Thanks to effective advertising efforts in recent years, Squarespace is top-of-mind for many when weighing it against other options. You may be surprised to hear that the term ‘Squarespace Agency’ is pretty commonly used now, but […]
When it comes to getting up and running with a WordPress website, page builders often come to mind as a quick, do-it-yourself approach. With the release of WordPress 5.0 in December 2018 however, the WordPress landscape was shaken up by the debut of Gutenberg. More than just a new editor, Gutenberg laid the foundation for […]
You may have not noticed (we didn’t) but the last post on our Blog was number 100! So to celebrate this very small achievement we’ve dug out some of our favorite posts from the past 100 and will be re-sharing these over social media in the coming weeks!