Why headings and subheadings are vital to accessibility …and are not styling tools.
Headings and subheadings are a way to build up structure to a page but most websites don’t use them or do it badly. Here’s how to get it right.
Council Precepts and Website Budgets
Budgeting in a councils precept for website WCAG compliance is now so important – here’s how to make sure you budget correctly.
Parish Council and Village Websites – they both must comply with WCAG 2.1AA and here’s why…
Parish council websites are often on shared space with village or community websites but this is now a problem. Unless the village site can meet WCAG1.2AA compliance, the council faces getting a new website of their own. We explain why.
Does your website accessibility solution use a plugin that can be turned on and off?
If so, you’ve still got an accessibility problem. In this article we will address the question of why using a plugin or widget will not meet your website accessibility requirements.
WCAG 2.1 website compliance for public bodies – simplified
WCAG2.1 compliance for public body websites came into force Sept 2018 – this articles gives a plain English description of it along with help & tips to comply.
Where is your website domain name and hosting?
Do you know where your website domain name and website hosting are? It’s really important to know and here’s why.
Why has my website been hacked?
The common reasons why small business websites are hacked and what you can do to prevent it.
Social media website images: measurements & guides 2019
A handy guide for the main social media websites – the measurements for their image areas, for desktop, tablet and mobile views
Do website visitors pay attention to ‘sliders’?
Sliding banner images on website home pages are a popular feature – but how many site users actually look at them?
The 15 craziest domain suffixes
Thinking of creating a new website? Want something a bit more eyecatching than .co.uk or .com? We explore some of your options…
Google’s “mobile-first indexing” explained
Had an email from Google saying “mobile-first indexing has been enabled”? Find out what this is and improve the performance of your site with some quick changes.
A beginner’s guide to WordPress (part 2)
Tips 6-10 for beginners who want to get the most out of their Wordpress website.
What’s the difference between a £5 website and a professional one?
It’s a good question! Exactly what benefits do you get for your money?
A beginner’s guide to WordPress (part 1)
In this first of a two-part article, we share 10 top tips for beginners who run a Wordpress website.
Why a website hack is more than just a technical issue
The impact of a website hack on the business, brand image and reputation can be more damaging and far-reaching than you might realise.
Should you be using the new Google Search Console?
Our view on the pros and cons of the new version of Google’s Seach Console…
4 Trends In Website Development for 2018
We take a look at the top 4 requests for websites in 2018…