Web design

Web design is a process of designing, planning and building a collection of visuals that determine the look and feel and functions of your website.

Website design for landscape gardeners

Websites for gardeners and the garden industry We specialise in building WordPress websites, and our sites just happen to work brilliantly for the garden and landscaping industries. All our websites perform on search engines to increase the number of enquiries through our customers websites. A recent website that we built for LM Landscapes based in […]
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Why you should use WordPress & WooCommerce for your e-commerce website

As a website shop owner, you will face important decisions on a daily basis. However, some choices will have a far greater influence on your business ventures than others. Selecting a platform to host your website and e-commerce systems is possibly the most important of all. After all, this will be your direct form of […]
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11 plugins all WooCommerce developers should use

Must-have plugins for WooCommerce development The most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin is WooCommerce and if you have ever used it before you will know that it comes with lots of useful extensions (or plugins as WooCommerce developers call them). This blog post looks at some of the best WooCommerce plugins that Caro Creative have used. […]
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WordPress WooCommerce Development Oxford

WooCommerce Development Oxford Are you looking for a WooCommerce website developer? If so, you’ve landed on the right site! First off, it is important to note that WooCommerce is a plugin for WordPress. There is a lot of overlap between WordPress and “Woo” (WooCommerce). Many WordPress experts will be great at assisting you with WooCommerce […]
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19 reasons you should be using WordPress

19 reasons you should be using WordPress for your business website 2016 has been a great year for Caro Creative so far. We’ve had loads of enquiries and this website seems to be climbing higher and higher in the Google SERPs for various, WordPress, web design and WooCommerce terms in the Banbury and Oxfordshire area. […]
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Video Profile: WordPress Website Hosting via Heart Internet

Website Development Banbury
Heart Internet, who I use for hosting the majority of my client websites contacted me at the end of 2015 regarding a video testimonial to talk about the hosting services that I have used since I created an account with them back in 2010. Nerys Evans, Customer Research and Online Reputation Manager at heartinternet.uk informed me […]
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WordPress Websites and AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages)

Google has been pushing a new online concept called Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) This post explains what AMP is and why you should get your WordPress website ready for AMP. Facebook are also pushing their own version called Instant Articles. This is a tool for website publishers to distribute fast, interactive articles to their readers in the […]
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Which payment gateway should I use for my WooCommerce store?

Which payment gateway should I use for my WooCommerce store? Which is the best payment gateway you should use for your e-commerce store? With dozens of options to choose from, it can be a complicated decision. A few popular payment gateways spring to mind straight away; PayPal, SagePay, Stripe UK, Worldpay – there’s loads out […]
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What to expect from WordPress 4.4 “Clifford”

The latest release of WordPress – WordPress 4.4 “Clifford” Version 4.4 of WordPress, named “Clifford” in honor of jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, is available to update via your WordPress dashboard. If you are a client of mine feel free to go ahead and update WordPress.If not, please proceed with caution as updates can sometimes break your […]
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Using an old version of Microsoft Internet Explorer?

Using an old version of Microsoft Internet Explorer? Don’t…and you’ve got until January to upgrade It’s about time! Microsoft has confirmed it will be ending support for older versions of Internet Explorer in January 2016. From January 12th 2016, Microsoft will drop technical support and security updates for all versions of its browser prior to […]
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