The ultimate WordPress website launch checklist Ah, there’s nothing quite like the day you launch a new WordPress website. All the weeks and months (hopefully not years!) you’ve spent planning, coordinating, organising, designing and developing are finally finished and it’s time to unveil your website – your work, even if it’s for a client—to the […]
Since I started as a front-end WordPress developer in Banbury I have already picked up some great WordPress tips and new plugins. Here is a quick summary of my favourite tips. WordPress tips and plugin summary If there’s one word that I would use to describe the WordPress community, it’s this: huge. It should come […]
Increase your website speed From having worked on hundreds of different websites and also browsing the internet daily one thing that I am sure of is that I hate it when a website takes ages to load! Isn’t it annoying when you are looking to research or buy something on-line but the site you are on doesn’t […]
This post was written by Ross Davies. The author’s views below are entirely their own and may not reflect the views of Laurence Caro. Getting off the ground with 6 easy WordPress plugins With its customizable navigation menu and post types WordPress has become the ideal Content Management System for small business websites. The publishing platform is […]
Shop with confidence with Google Trusted Stores The Google Trusted Stores program helps shoppers feel confident in their purchases across the web. Google allows merchants who meet certain shipping and customer service performance metrics to participate in this free program. Participating merchants display the Google Trusted Store badge on their web sites. Opt in for Free Purchase Protection […]
8 Apps For Your iPhone That Are Better Than The Ones Apple Made 1. Mailbox instead of Mail Mailbox is one of the most anticipated apps of 2013. The email client uses gestures to quickly get your inbox to zero. 2. Google Maps instead of Apple Maps Everyone knows Google Maps is superior to Apple […]
Amongst the many mince pies, beer and festive foods over the last two days I thought I would just fit in a quick blog post showcasing some tools that I have used every working day in 2012! I have compiled a quick list of basic web design tools every web designer should be using. Whether […]
Is Your Password Strong? With all of the new and interesting websites that seem to come out all the time, it’s easy to go with what you know when setting up a new account somewhere. People on average are subscribed to around 25 websites that require a log-in, but many of them use only 6 […]
What is your website about? A nice simple question but one that will impact upon everything else you do. Even thebiggest of sites can be summarised easily and ideally you can describe what your site isabout in one simple sentence.As you build your site you will be tempted by shiny new widgets or flashy graphics […]
What is Pinterest? Its been getting a lot of hype recently in the Social Media world, and not only from those who like to be creative and love photography and pictures, but also for the SEO benefits that come with it. Atthemoment you have to either be invited to join Pinterest from a friend who […]
So what are QR Codes? QR codes are graphics that are becoming more and more popular in web marketing, print media and online. You will see them on leaflets, magazines and on all kinds of different merchandise. QR is short for Quick Response as the graphic can quickly be interpreted into a webpage or just […]
Mini Feasts, a new food start-up in Oxfordshire required a WordPress/ WooCommerce web design to promote their edible insects that they sell online in the UK. This WooCommerce website is SEO optimised to help generate traffic and sales.
Holly Spengler Photography required a WordPress web design to promote their Photography services in the Banbury, Oxfordshire area. The website is SEO optimised to help generate traffic and new enquiries.