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Improve your Broadband signal with this simple device

You can improve the speed of your Broadband by replacing the present front plate on your landline connection. It is especially useful if high-speed broadband has not reached you yet and you're struggling for every Megabyte. It is a simple process: remove two screws, replace the lower half of the plate with the new faceplate, […]

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A bad week for grammar in Wetherby

It's not been a good week for the written word in the Wetherby press. First it was the Wetherby News that spelled museum as muesum. However this wasn't a minor slip nestling in an obscure paragraph but a headline stating:- Muesum wins battle for rare memories of Tsars Then the glossy lifestyle Excelle magazine followed […]

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Posted by email

This message was posted by email, with the Subject line becoming the post's title and the body of the email being the article text. It means that you can add articles to your Blog with nothing more complicated than a smartphone to hand. It's another example of how effective a WordPress website can be. As […]

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One to one presentations

In the course of my website design work I need to meet my customers and present my proposals for discussion. This type of meeting would obviously benefit from a second screen for my customers to view, rather than us both trying to look at the typical laptop screen with its narrow viewing angle. Carrying around […]

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DIY Advent calendar

It will soon be the time of year for Advent calendars, most of which feature chocolate or other confectionery. However here's a calendar for the serious beer drinker.   Cheers!

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How to Import Blog Posts from Google Docs to WordPress

I’ve just read a blog article at Elegant Themes about Wordable, which does what the title says. So…. here’s my first attempt to use it. If it looks OK, it will be a useful tool for speeding up the writing and publishing of Blog articles. If you want to check it out for yourself here’s […]

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Blog navigation

To navigate the blog or view particular blog articles click on the Categories drop down to the right, which will also filter them where more than one post has been written on a subject.

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What hackers do with compromised websites

The security provider Wordfence has published a Blog article answering this question. It is based on research they have carried out. It's a useful and informative read and may surprise you if you think that hackers wouldn't be interested in your site because you're not a giant Internet business. You can read it by clicking […]

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Why an outdated website brought down Iceland's prime minister

We have all heard about the so called "Panama Papers" described as "the largest data breach to journalists in history". Here's a Blog report by the security company Wordfence describing how Mossack Fonseca's Panamanian website may have been hacked. It comes back to the old chestnut of not keeping your website up to date. One […]

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