Blog Tag: WordPress

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Blog | 20 July 2022

How to choose a web development company for your WordPress website

WordPress is an excellent platform for your website, but choosing the right WordPress website development company is key.
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Presentation | 29 June 2022

A developer’s perspective on Google’s Core Web Vitals

Our own Bradley gives his perspective on best practices to ensure your site scores well in Google’s Core Web Vitals.
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Blog | 15 June 2022

Drupal vs WordPress vs Joomla: What is the best CMS to power a digital business in 2022 and beyond?

We take a deep dive and compare all three platforms.
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Blog | 15 September 2021

WooCommerce vs Magento: which platform is best for your e-commerce store?

The success of your online store depends on the technology behind it. We compare WooCommerce and Magento.
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News | 18 August 2021

BrightMinded receives new reviews on Clutch

A huge pat on the back for us from some of our wonderful clients… Well done team!
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Blog | 23 July 2021

WooCommerce vs Shopify: which is the best e-commerce platform?

If you sell online, your website needs an e-commerce platform you can depend upon, customise, and extend. But which is better: WooCommerce or Shopify?
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Blog | 27 May 2021

15 good reasons to redesign your website

Worried your site might need a refresh? Here are 15 signs you might need a new website – and what to do about them.
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Blog | 12 May 2021

How to create a successful membership website

Here are the top things to think about if you’re looking to deepen visitor engagement through a membership website.
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Blog | 07 October 2020

What are the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)?

Suppose you are involved in the production, maintenance or development of websites. In that case, you may have heard of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), but may be unsure of how they affect your website. Accessibility should be considered an essential requirement and the WCAG compliance can help you meet these obligations. But first, it’s important to understand what web accessibility means.
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Blog | 30 September 2020

How to migrate a website to WordPress

We’ve migrated dozens of websites to the platform over the last ten years - read our guide
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Presentation | 09 September 2020

Effective testing

Our own Bradley covers all aspects of software testing, focusing on unexpected inputs, security, developer falsehoods, browser support and accessibility.
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Blog | 03 June 2020

How to improve your WordPress security

We implement a range of measures to enhance security and protect against targeted attacks.
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