WordPress E-Commerce: Canvas Prints

One of our recent projects has been the conversion of this canvas prints e-commerce site to WordPress: www.eziprint.co.nz It’s still a work in progress with additional print customisation functionality in the pipeline, but the results so far have been good. An up-to-date site that is optimised to work across the full range of devices that… Continue Reading →

“Who’s Ruining the Internet”

An excellent interview with Cory Doctorow on Radio NZ: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201808232/who’s-ruining-the-internet “…while the intentions of those who were ‘inspired by and excited about the possibilities for directly connecting people with one another’ were to keep the internet open, constant compromises meant that over time it became less egalitarian, a less competitive, and eventually less free. ‘You… Continue Reading →

Making History with your Out-of-Date WordPress Site

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The ‘Panama Papers’ hack has done web developers everywhere a great service. Mossack Fonseca provided a live demonstration of what can happen when businesses ignore the most fundamental and widely advertised web security advice: keep your site software up to date. Security Experts have linked the so called ‘Panama Papers’ hack to outdated WordPress and… Continue Reading →

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