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Microsoft ends support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10

On January 12, 2016, Microsoft officially ended technical support and security updates for Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, and 10. Users have been encouraged to upgrade to IE 11, or switch browsers, in order to avoid security risks.

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Weblator launch music community website, God's Jukebox

We are proud to announce the launch of our very own music community website, God's Jukebox.

The site acts as a side project for us, and allows us to spread our creative wings in areas we would not normally have the chance.

http://www.godsjukebox.com/
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Weblator Event Ticketing used for 3rd year at the The London Tattoo Convention

Weblator Event Ticketing used for 3rd year at the The London Tattoo Convention

Back in 2013 we were approached by Creative Beast to revolutionise the way KingPin Tickets handled the advance tickets for The London Tattoo Convention. The event was already well established, being in its ninth year, but up until that point the advance tickets were always printed and posted manually... a very time consuming and expensive affair.

Enter Weblator!
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A basic understanding of Google Analytics

A basic understanding of Google Analytics

It can be difficult to know where to begin looking when you open your Google Analytics account for the first time. Understanding the reports and terminology is extremely useful when it comes to determining the performance of your website. In this post we take a look at some of the jargon in Google Analytics and break it down into bite-sized chunks that are easier to digest.

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Content Management Systems - Open Source vs Bespoke

Content Management Systems - Open Source vs Bespoke

We're often asked by our clients if they should use an open source platform, such as WordPress or that a more bespoke solution should be considered.  We understand that all websites have different requirements, so we treat each project individually. In this post we take a look at the pros and cons of each, hopefully making the decision easier.
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Understanding the difference between categories and tags

Understanding the difference between categories and tags

When it comes to creating a blog post, it can be difficult choosing your categories and tags. Setting up categories and tags correctly on your blog can offer opportunities for increased engagement and traffic. In this post we take a look at their differences between categories and tags, and how to properly set them up.
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Using shortcodes in your WordPress Sidebar Widgets

Using shortcodes in your WordPress Sidebar Widgets

WordPress doesn't allow the use of shortcodes in sidebar text widgets by default, which can be a hassle if a plugin doesn't come with its own widget. In this post we take a look at how to enable shortcodes in your WordPress sidebar widgets.
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Real-time Visitor Stats WordPress Plugin

Real-time Visitor Stats WordPress Plugin

Real-time Visitor Stats is a WordPress dashboard widget that allows you to monitor visitors to your website in real time.
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Responsive Charts WordPress Plugin

Responsive Charts WordPress Plugin

Adding a nicely formatted chart to your website is a great way to display data in an understandable and visually stimulating way.

Our Responsive Charts plugin enables you to create charts easily in your WordPress admin area, and add them to your WordPress website pages using shortcodes.
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Keyword meta tags - do they work?

Keyword meta tags - do they work?

One of the most talked about topics in SEO is whether keyword meta tags are still being used by search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo. In this post we take a look at at the current status of keyword meta tags, and whether you should still be using them.

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Understanding the basics of WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast

Understanding the basics of WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast

By default, WordPress offers basic SEO functionality, however to improve your search engine results you may need to install additional SEO plugins. In this post we take a look at understanding the basics of the most popular, WordPress SEO by Yoast.
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Understanding title tags and meta descriptions

Understanding title tags and meta descriptions

SEO affects how a website appears on a search engine result page, and improving these techniques can increase the amount of visitors to a web page. In this post we take a look at understanding the basics of two of the most common – title and meta descriptions.

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Responsive Poll WordPress Plugin

Responsive Poll WordPress Plugin

Adding a poll to your website is a great way to source feedback on your visitor's thoughts and feelings towards a particular subject. An online poll also adds an element of interactivity to your website, and allows your visitors to share their opinions and feel part of a valued community.

Our Responsive Poll plugin enables you to create polls easily in your WordPress admin area, and add them to your WordPress website pages using shortcodes.
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