Have you noticed that as you scroll through your LinkedIn feed, videos automatically start to play? Apparently this annoying “feature” was first pioneered by Facebook and LinkedIn decided that, as a business platform, it made sense to provide additional distraction to business owners by auto-playing videos posted in their stream. Obviously, as business owners and […]
Over the last couple of weeks, I have been helping a business owner extricate herself from her relationship with her web company. She had her website built a year ago, at a very reasonable price indeed, only to be invoiced for a hosting bill of £499+VAT for this year. She gave me a ring, and […]
If your WordPress theme supports the Appearance > Customize functionality, you’ll notice that WordPress allows you to choose colours for things like your theme background, header background, accent colours, link colours, footer colours and so on using a little tool that we’ll call a “colour picker”. What we want to do is customise the pre-defined colour palette so that it reflects your brand or website colours, to make it easy for you to make sure that your website colours are consistent.
This message has been driving me mad and preventing me from installing Windows updates or indeed any programme updates on my computer. Although this has nothing to do with WordPress, I thought I’d post my solution here, found after much searching.
A quick fix today for a client whose WordPress site was woefully out of date. On logging in, I could see that the site needed a bit of TLC, but although plugins and the WordPress version itself needed to be updated, there was no “update” option.