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An occasional series of musings about the world wide web and the wide world beyond the web.

Wordpress 5 Already!

on March 31, 2019

There are few items of news more likely to send a non-technical audience to sleep than the announcement that some piece of software has been released with a new number. Are you feeling drowsy now? That’s because WordPress 4 is giving way to WordPress 5. What’s New? There are the usual bug-fixes and security updates. As one would hope. The big thing for the WordPress 5 series is the new editor, Gutenberg.

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Prestashop: Optimise Admin Performance

on November 21, 2018

Prestashop is great. Prestashop is brilliant. I’d thoroughly recommend anyone contemplating an eCommerce venture to consider basing it on Prestashop. Having said that, like all software it has bits that could be better: foibles, quirks, call them what you will. A little tweaking here and there can help keep the Prestashop experience in the realms of the stellar and superlative Two tips follow. Disable this module: Merchant Expertise This is a so-called gamification module that is supposed to make your online retailing experience fun.

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on November 20, 2018

It’s one of the oldest tricks in the book. “I know what you’ve been up to. Leave £50 in used notes in a plain brown paper envelope behind the pipes in the men’s cloakroom on Shrewsbury station and we’ll say no more about it. If you don’t then I’ll tell all your friends and colleagues just what you’ve been doing.” Here’s an email I got recently, apparently from M****lle D***s (aussie********@yahoo.

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SEO: Slash and 301 Redirect

on July 31, 2018

Even when you think you’ve got everything covered it always pays to keep a check on your Webmaster Tools. Sometimes you can gain a surprising insight into how things are going, or not. An interesting feature in the new Google Search Console (beta) under Index coverage allows you to see, amongst other information, Excluded Pages. A recent visit to Google Wemaster Tools threw up the fact that had 22 excluded pages!

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