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If you’ve ever looked into search engine optimisation (aka SEO) in any detail you’ll probably have come across what’s known as a ‘sitemap’. And if you are new to SEO, you’ll also probably be asking yourself ‘what is a sitemap’? A sitemap, in its simplest form, is a file (or files) that provide information about … Continue Reading
If your Microsoft Exchange account has been hacked, you’re probably panicking and wondering what to do now. Here is a list of steps to take. It’s not exhaustive but should get you at least back up and running with a secure account. Why was your account hacked? Hackers want people’s usernames and passwords which may … Continue Reading
If you work in the field of web design and search engine optimisation, you simply can’t avoid a whole host of acronyms, abbreviations, and general jargon. However, I’m also conscious that what is familiar and perfectly clear to me, is not necessarily also that clear to everyone else. Therefore, this quick post simply defines some … Continue Reading
If you’re using Contact Form 7 on your WordPress site for the contact form, you may have come across an annoying little problem when you add checkboxes or radio buttons and they all appear one after another on one line. Unfortunately there isn’t currently an easy or quick fix for this as the best solution … Continue Reading
As default, many WorePress installations have a limit of 32MB maximum file upload limit for uploading via the media manager. To see what your maximum upload file size is, log into your WordPress site, go to your media library, and click ‘add new’. Often you’ll see ‘Maximum upload file size: 32 MB’ or similar depending … Continue Reading
How to install Contact Form 7 with a CAPTCHA in WordPress Contact Form 7 is a great choice when it comes to including a contact form in your WordPress website, however, it can be a bit fiddly when extending the functionality to include a CAPTCHA. Here is a simple guide to installing Contact Form & … Continue Reading
The vast majority of unwanted website contact form messages (spam) are created by ‘bots’ – software that finds contact forms and sends messages through them. Google’s reCAPTCHA is a way of protecting you against this spam and other types of automated abuse as it attempts to verify that the form is being filled in by … Continue Reading