Web Development

September 22, 2015

We all want to ensure our content gets delivered as fast as possible, and it can have an impact on your search ranking too. So what can you do to make sure your website is being delivered as fast and effectively as it can be? We run through five quick tips that will go a long way to ensuring you are giving your visitors what they are after in lightening fast time.

November 3, 2014

We have recently updated our own website and as part of the process of the rebuild, we run the new site through Google's PageSpeed Insights in order to get the site running as efficiently as possible, and in order to get the highest number we can. We continue to learn a few things on the way, and this guide will outline some of the steps we took to ensure our load speed was as quick as possible.

September 23, 2014

Now that Apple's desktop OS is available in beta to everyone, there are bound to be a lot of people upgrading between now and the official release date of 21 October (unconfirmed). Having updated in the office to the latest beta, we found one of our most used bits of kit, Homebrew, was not working. But fear not, it is a simple change!

June 24, 2014

So, onto our next Tutorial Tuesday post. For the database monsters amongst you, some of these might be a little simple, but these are some of the common mistakes we find when picking up websites. It goes without question that you should optimise a website from top to bottom, and below are a few of the things we focus on when it comes to database time.

June 10, 2014

For our Tutorial Tuesday this week, we thought we'd cover off redirecting sub domain traffic using an .htaccess file. It's always worth remembering that Google views different sub-domains as different sites, so your SEO gain is going to waste if it is spread across two domains, for example, www.domain.com and domain.com.