A useful resource for all things web and online including how to create a HTML signature and suitable character limits for SEO.
Learn how to optimise the images you need to upload to your website including resizing and naming best practises.
How to add a HTML signature to Microsoft Outlook. Originally for Outlook 2007 but should work in later versions.
How to add a HTML signature in Gmail, without any text-decoration for links
Step by step guide on how to add an HTML signature to Apple Mail.
A useful script to show the size of your browser window when developing for the web.
Find out how to remove unused custom fields from your WordPress database.
Find out how to add your post’s categories, tags and the time your post went live to your WordPress template.
Find out how to add the category description to your category template in Wordpress.
By default Wordpress adds paragraph tags to category descriptions. Find out how to stop this.
Emails sent from WordPress, such as comment notifications, are sent from wordpress@. Find out how to change this.
Apple iOS insists on styling up your buttons and input fields, but if you want to stop that then find out how.
If your isotope elements are not animating on window resize i.e. responsive websites, then it’s often a very simple fix – here’s that fix.
A quick, and easy to follow, guide on how to use adaptive images on a Wordpress site to help reduce page size on mobile devices. This tutorial also be used for standard websites.
The simple task of adding a new site to your Google Analytics account, in 3 easy steps.
Each WP project varies and so that has a knock on effect on what plugins we use so this is by no means a definitive list, but merely our favourites that get used quite a lot
The number of Adobe accounts that were hacked in October 2013 has now been revised to 150 million! Find out if you were one of those unlucky “few” using a quick tool by the makers of LastPass.
A useful guide on what to do and how to keep things in sync between devices.
A list of Wordpress plugins that can really help in the Admin side of Wordpress. From security to custom fields to editors. It’s all here.
The toolbar (known as the kitchen sink – don’t ask me why!) is where you can style your post by assigning heading tags, creating lists, aligning text and all other lovely things. What you can also do is assign your own styles by adding classes to sections of text. Find out how now.
You may not know it but there’s a lot of places on your shiny lovely Mac that can store lots of rubbish that you don’t actually need. We’ll explain a few places you can look to see if there’s a mass of files that you can safely delete and free up a few valuable gigs of space.
This is seemingly one thing that Apple have never made all that simple to do. Not sure why as so many people want a fancy signature nowadays. Anyway, here’s a quick (not really all that quick, i’m afraid) guide on adding a HTML signature to Apple Mail.
Not too sure why Facebook have seemingly made everything really tricky to find and do nowadays but hey ho, if that’s what they want to do then unfortunately we’ll have to go along with it! Anyway, here’s how you unlike a page in Facebook.
If you haven’t already implemented the changes then we’ve put together a little bit of code to help you.
The standard Wordpress Login/Logout links often suffice but when you are building custom pages then the default Wordpress pages can look a little out of place on your site and therefore you may need to redirect your users to different pages and/or change the text links of those standard links.