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 Security Experts have linked the so called ‘Panama Papers’ hack to outdated WordPress and… Continue Reading →
People love pics.
Here are 4 easy-to-remember points that you can sing to your favourite line dancing tune each time you add an image to your website.
One of our recent WordPress powered business websites has gone live.
Take a look: NelsonBuildingInspection.co.nz.
Grape Escape Café owners John and Penny Appelman approached LifeformLabs looking for a complete rebuild of the site to put them in control of content, SEO and social media.
WordPress provided the perfect platform.
Internet security is never far from the news these days. In the light of recent high profile security breaches, two pieces of advice come to the fore: use different passwords on all your accounts and make sure they are strong. This is pretty much part II of an article I wrote on good password practises… Continue Reading →
If you have been browsing the internet lately, chances are you have already encountered WordPress. WordPress is software used to make websites. It powers millions of sites on the web. As of early 2016 around 26% of the entire web is powered by WordPress! Those sites are seen by tens of millions of people every… Continue Reading →
The Revolution You are part of the biggest communications revolution in history. Never before has it been possible for an individual to broadcast in real time to a global audience the way almost anyone can today. And we’re only at the beginning of this new era. The internet is changing the way everybody communicates, obtains… Continue Reading →