While WordPress may already be one of the most secure and most fluid website builders around, there are still plenty of ways through which you can tune up and safeguard your experience while running your own website. Thankfully, the platform’s plugin-based software allows you to take complete control over your security and backups – meaning that you have the final say in how you manage your content and data at all times.
Data protection has long been an important part of UK law, particularly with more and more of our information being stored online and shared via social networking. Therefore, it’s perhaps no surprise that there have been changes made to the way in which such data is protected for EU citizens, and, as such, websites and other platforms likely to collect such data are going to need to become fully compliant by May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is something which all websites will need to pay attention to moving forward.
Google has always been about securing people’s experiences as much as possible on the web – as the biggest search engine operating online today, they also have a considerable monopoly over what gets seen and which content is readily consumed and by whom. (more…)
When it comes to getting a web design up and running which works wonders both for you and your visitors, there’s hardly a better place to start than with WordPress. WordPress has very quickly become the go-to platform for those who look to build their own web presences up from scratch and under their own steam. (more…)
If you’re operating a business and are just about finding your feet in the online jungle, it’s high time you thought about expanding your enterprise to ensure that you can trade to your customers both via your website and off-page, too. (more…)