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Quick backup script for WP-CLI users. This just grabs the DB, active theme, a list of plugins and the wp-config file. This isn’t meant to replace a daily backup of all DBs and changed files, but it is the kind … Continue reading →
This site is SportCrazy, and I’m a little bit crazy about sport on occasion, but this, this is really crazy: Irish CX (six time) National Champion @FrancineMeehan isn’t being given a chance to compete in the world champs this month. Craziness! — Anne-Marie F. (@TheRealAmz) January 14, 2015 (Image: sportswomen.ie via Instagram) Seriously, Cycling Ireland, […]
People are always asking “how do I join a rugby club?” Finding and joining a rugby club is fairly a simple task. You need to be ready, and you need to find a club. I’m going to spell out some of the things that seem really obvious just so there’s nothing missed. Being ready for […]
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Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed that WebsiteDoctor® is now a Registered Trademark – Registration No. 247599, classes 41 and 42, with the Irish Patents Office. What do the symbols ® ™ ℠ © mean? Duet’s Blog has a great overview of what the different trademark (and copyright) notice symbols mean. Trademark Search Tools For those […]
Updated Aug 2013 This list was created for my own reference to keep all the links in one handy location. It might be useful for ideas for you too when you’re installing a new Windows PC or laptop. Not all … Continue reading →
I almost recommended Event Elephant to a charity event organiser last week. Having read this boards.ie thread of EventElephant reviews and Event Elephant complaints I’m very glad I didn’t recommend them in the end! That thread is also a super … Continue reading →
“I’m looking for a website with X, Y & Z. I also need A, B, C & D. Oh, and I’m looking to do it on the cheap” I see this all the time in proposal requests online. This request will not get any quality proposals, because by mentioning a low budget you are immediately […]
Everyone wants their website to stand out from the rest. It’s important to have a unique website design that is visually compelling. Great graphic design can make a website look more professional and inspire trust in consumers. But is it possible to go too far when making your website look creative? There are certain user […]
As website owners, we put some effort into setting up analytics so that we can find out where people are arriving from when they appear on our websites. We know how many came from Google and organic SEO, how many came from PPC, what keywords they searched for, and who came from social media, etc. […]
Your Website Has One Job – Closing the Sales Funnel. Your website is your mansion, your piece of web real estate. People drop in, but do they just look around or do they buy? To sell to them, your mansion needs some great rooms. Rooms as unique as every client. Each room, or sales page, […]
As a website owner, there can be an awful lot to keep track of! And small mistakes – even ones that most other people don’t notice, can have a bad impact on you and the overall impression that you make. You wouldn’t want your WordPress site to greet your readers without a clean appearance and […]
Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear
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Can a website be built in less than an hour? Sure. What about a commercial website? Hmmmmm… What about a commercial website that meets visitors needs, is easy for a business owner to edit, costs less than $20, and is completely customizable and future-proof? Errr… I decided to find out by doing it! In the […]
In this post I’m going to take a look at the website RieWriter.com, which is the website of poet and novelist, Rie Sheridan Rose. I’m going to analyze some of the issues with the site and offer some simple actions that she can take to massively improve the effectiveness of her website without spending a […]
The concept of gamification has been gaining popularity over the past 3 or 4 years, adding game mechanics like points, levels, competition, badges for achievements, these are all being added to non-game contexts, like special Foursquare badges – and discounts – being given by Starbucks for check-ins, points and badges for answering questions on StackOverflow […]