WordPress 5, is your site ready?
So you may have seen that WordPress 5 has just been released. For those that manage their WordPress sites themselves, you’re probably wondering what does this mean to me and what should I do next? Although it looks simple and straightforward to click the update button, there are a few things to think of before updating. Here are Web Engineer’s top tips for making your site WordPress 5 ready.
Monthly tech roundup – December
At Web Engineer, we’re always learning, keeping an ear out for new developments on the web and tech gadgets. As we believe in an ethical approach to technology, the things we spot will have to be more than just cool, they will need to interest us and enrich the lives of their users and even better, make a difference in a small way to society. Here’s our roundup of the freshest tech we spotted this month.
How SEO can help your Website in 2019
Your business journey has begun and your new website is up and running, but there’s nobody visiting it and it doesn’t appear in Google Search. What can I do? Fortunately growing site traffic today and getting more relevant visitors to your site count is definitely possible. But, like anything else worth doing, it takes work, knowledge, and consistency.
Work experience at the academy
Currently, Harry is a trainee, learning the ropes of the web company while studying at Exeter College, read his thoughts on a year in the work experience seat with Web Engineer.
Bug reporting guide
Occasionally the customer can encounter a bug where a part of the site isn’t working the way it should, these things do happen from time to time, normally as a result of a site update or changes to a site.
Give your site the UX factor
Have you ever thought about how your site is working for your customers? How do they find your sites experience, slick and a breeze to use or clunky around the edges? Here are our top tips to ensure your site stands out from the crowd and be remembered for the right reasons.