Web Design Blog

Keep up to date with my latest web design blog posts below.

WordPress – The most popular CMS in the World!

WordPress – The most popular CMS in the World!

A CMS (or Content Management System) is a computer application or program that is used to create and manage digital content. By logging on to a website CMS, a user is able to add, edit or delete content on the website. The screenshot above is the Wordpress...

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When another designer copies your work

When another designer copies your work

Many web designers look at other websites for inspiration to help in the design process of a new site. It is not uncommon to incorporate elements from numerous websites to generate a unique overall design for a new website. However, there's a difference...

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Hacking on the internet

Hacking on the internet

There are many hacking techniques and tools that can be used by hackers to access your data and wreak havoc. Let's look at some of the easier and most common methods used on the internet today. Fake WAP How many times have you been to a cafe, hotel or...

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Google Chrome defines HTTP sites as not secure

Google Chrome defines HTTP sites as not secure

Two years ago Google said that it would punish those that had websites that were not secure and did not implement the HTTPS secure protocol. Emily Schechter (Chrome Security Product Manager) has said that "Encryption is something that web users should...

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Preparing for GDPR

Preparing for GDPR

If you haven't heard about it already, GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation - It is a regulation is EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. GDPR replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive and is...

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Website Easter Eggs

Website Easter Eggs

Happy Easter to all! Want to go on a virtual Easter egg hunt? Internet Easter Eggs are surprises built in to websites by developers in the form of hidden content or unexpected visual or audio effects. These surprises were originally intended to...

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