When Google’s Chrome browser version 62 is released this October, warnings will be shown onscreen to indicate if a website is not secure (a non HTTPS connection).
This is all part of Google’s movement to help bring a more secure browsing environment and helping to protect the privacy of its users.
Some of our clients have the excellent Backup Buddy installed on their WordPress websites, making it easy to action a backup in seconds. This post will point out the basic steps to manually backup your website.
Our clients can backup their site via their hosting control panel but Backup Buddy makes this much easier and it’s accessible from within the WordPress admin area. If we setup your Backup Buddy plugin we will of already setup schedules so Backup Buddy automatically saves backups of your website regularly.
This Christmas as a donation to a local charity, we’re looking to give away a full website worth up to £399 to help promote their cause.
Over on our Facebook page we’re looking to get charities to mark their interest and we’ll choose a winner in due course.
The website is 100% free but the charity will need to cover the yearly hosting charge with on our servers in exchange for the free website.
This post will help guide you through the installation of your email address onto an iPhone or iPad.
Go to Settings > Mail > Accounts / Add Account
Then select Other and then proceed to Add Mail Account View full post »
This post will help guide you through the installation of your email address onto the Windows Mail app.
When you first load up Windows Mail it may prompt you to add an email account but if not follow the instructions below to add a new account.
Select Accounts > + Add account > Advanced set-up View full post »