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WordPress Gifts for WordPress Fans

I was recently thinking about the 10th birthday of WordPress. That got me thinking about presents ūüôā What do you give a WordPress fan for their birthday? Seems I am not the only user that has this thought from time to time because the interwebs are loaded with gifts for fans of WordPress Of course […]

WordPress Weekly Round Up Cancelled (due to loss of staff member)

I lost my longest serving member of staff this week. He’d been with me for nearly 14 years, through thick and thin. He had an important but vital job in my life that is irreplaceable. His job was simple. It was just to be there. He did it well, so well, in fact, that I […]

Cannot connect to the server …

That’s the message that made my January not so much fun ūüôā Here’s what happened … For most of January I’ve been unable to access my website. ¬†Seriously. ¬† I haven’t been able to see the front of my site, my server or access the backend of ¬†my site for any length of time. The […]

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New Year, New Look

One of my tips for getting ready for 2013 was to give your website a make over. After a few years with the same theme that was created for the site I decided it was time for a new look. ¬† ¬†The new theme is a slightly customized version of ¬†Canvas from Woo Themes. Why […]


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If WordPress had a love child …

Ever get stuck for ideas for titles of articles? I know that I do! ¬†They usually end up plain Jane rather than sweet Jane because I just can’t think of anything. ¬† Which is why I’m pleased to discover this free service¬† ¬†. ¬† You simply type in your main idea (mine was WordPress doh!) […]

WP Meets Amazon S3

I’ll be interested to see how this dynamic S3 meets WordPress solution pans out