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WordPress was recently targeted by hackers in a hack attempt which was so widespread that even the BBC wrote a very poor article on the subject. There is a lot of advice out there about how to negate or fix … Continue reading
Here is a quick video of the new responsive version of our main menu: The main thing I wanted to achieve here was that the menu should at no point be hidden from view (displayed as an icon > dropdown). … Continue reading
It may not appear obvious but the hospital website was built with a responsive (fluid) layout in mind. There just wasn’t time to finalise all of the changes and do full testing before launch so a fixed-layout was used at … Continue reading
Truth is your Intranet is bad. But so are everyone else’s right? Yes, yes they are. And especially in NHS organisations. Take ours for example: It’s an in-house cobbled together classic-ASP mess that has been hacked up and re-worked so … Continue reading
This is a screenshot showing an update I’ve just rolled out to our main site which simplifies the WordPress dashboard admin menu for our content editors. The mission here was to make the ever-confusing WordPress menu simpler to navigate for … Continue reading