‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

New Features in Apple iOS9.3

Apple announced a new iPhone and a new iPad on Monday. Both will ship next week. Expect a full write-up in the near future. The mobile operating system iOS was also given an upgrade: iOS9.3 is now available to download for free. Amongst the new settings are three of interest: Night Shift The proliferation of

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Google edits layout on desktop search by removing right hand side ads

As reported by Search Engine Watch yesterday, Google will no longer be showing ads on the right hand side of its search results pages. This change began on 19 February, and now many search results pages are looking a little bare: Google will now just show ads at the top and bottom of search results page.

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WordPress Security 101 : Part 3

Part 3 of 3: Security Plugins and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) The last piece in the WordPress security puzzle is plugins and software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings. If you feel the foregoing in this series of security articles has been too technical, this is probably your best avenue. Part 1 covered basic security from the WordPress menu and the part 2 looked under

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WordPress Security 101 : Part 2

A guide to securing your WordPress website site Part 2 of 3: cPanel, .htaccess and wp-config.php. In part one we covered the basics that you can implement from the WordPress dashboard. We now have to turn up the heat and get our hand dirty with code. As more and more people are starting to release

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WordPress Security 101: Part 1

WordPress Security 101: Part 1

A guide to WordPress Security Part 1 of 3: Securing WordPress from the dashboard Part 2 Part 3 WordPress is a huge success story with over 76 million sites and growing at 50,000 new sites a day. WordPress powers 25% of the global websites. See global real-time usage at WordPress site. Just like Windows, success brings attention

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How to find your Lat and Long

How to find your Lat and Long

We are often asked to add a map to a website to round up the contact page with a nice graphic. Adding a Google Map is fine but positioning it on the correct location can be a pain unless you know the latitude and longitude. The site at Mondeca does just that: For example enter weston yard gu5 9af

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List on Apple Maps

Apple Maps Business comes to UK Last year Apple launched a new web service called Maps Connect allowing small business owners to manage their listings on Apple Maps along with a tool for setting up indoor positioning in select areas. Companies can enter their own listings and verify via a phone call or email address. Initially this

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New Pi with Windows support

Seems that our friends from Cambridge have been busy: New Raspberry Pi with faster CPU, more RAM and the promise of Microsoft Windows 10 support. Six months on from the release of the Raspberry Pi Model B+, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has today announced the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B – a brand new version of

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Organising your office for the New Year

It’s a new year. Time for those resolutions. – Did you say clean desk? Sometimes it can be difficult to see the full benefits of a tidy office, slaving over transforming your office to be a tidy and organised place can deter you from the process. However, if you take it to consideration the huge

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How to set up a Business Facebook page

The first think to know is Facebook is developed primarily for people to connect to people. All company, brand or business are initially created from a personal account. If you are going to have a business account, you must start from your personal account. Facebook business pages are similar to personal timelines. A big difference

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