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Around 10% of the Internet just went down.
How Creatomatic reacted to a recent server issue to keep our client websites online.
Heart Internet are having a bit of a nightmare today – they’ve had intermittent service since the small hours of this morning, and don’t appear to be any closer to fixing it.
We’re upgrading our domain registration services to make sure that we can minimise downtime should the worst happen.
You might be prompted to install Gutenberg on your Creatomatic WordPress website. We recommend that you don’t…yet. Here’s why.
A bit of background into our hosting services at Creatomatic Ltd.
You’d think it would be (much) simpler than this.
We’re dealing with the latest Google update before it hits – free of charge.
This morning I’m busy migrating another of our client’s email from the old, shonky and unreliable mail host we inherited them on across to Gmail.
We’ve made WordPress our platform of choice, so much so it now powers 99%+ of our public-facing websites.
Making it easy to drop columns into WordPress, with a single click.
One of the first things we check when troubleshooting a new client’s website – where are you currently hosted. Here’s why.
Kit & James H are on-site throughout to oversee this process though, so it should be back online and running before they leave tonight.
Our own, home-grown solution to better search within WordPress.
People don’t like waiting, especially when it comes to loading websites. James, our lead developer has a solution.
Here is Creatomatic’s pre-launch checklist, which we carry out on every web project before it goes live. It’s basically a cross-browser checklist, covering everything from Internet Explorer 7 (no more IE6!) to whatever is currently Flavour Of The Month (currently: iPhone 5 with its wacky longer screen).
I get asked a lot of similar questions about SEO, so to help I put together this very brief and basic guide to search engines, websites and generally helping the two to get along nicely.
In a former life, I was responsible for the day-to-day running of a group of large forestry websites. As such, I had a fairly active presence on various online forums around the web relating to trees, timber and all things forestry. One of these hangouts is a place called ArbTalk, where I still occasionally drop […]
Is duplicate content ruining your life? Probably not, however duplicate content is a huge problem on the web, not least of which because it causes no end of confusion among website owners.
24th April 2012 saw the release of the latest algorithmic update from Google, this time code-named the ‘Google Penguin Update‘. Thousands of website owners across the world witnessed a huge shift in their rankings since the update, indicating that this was in fact another large-scale movement by Google, and not one of their smaller ‘Google […]