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WordPress – password protecting the login and WP-Admin via htaccess

Please note, this guide is based on Apache (e.g. cPanel) hosting and is designed for advanced users looking to security harden their own websites. Why additionally password protect the WordPress…

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The latest web design trends: blocks and flat colours

Early 2000s Design Trends Back in the early 2000s, websites were very plain and rectangular. Some were still quite grey too, which was a throwback to the 1990s when even…

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The winner of the first Christmas 2013 advert!!

Despite still being 180 days until Christmas, it seems the countdown is already on! Our award for the first Christmas 2013 advert we’ve spotted this year goes to Gentings Casino…

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June 2013 update to the CMS

Last weekend (22/23 June) we rolled out a routine maintenance patch for the Content Management System (CMS) used on our clients’ websites. Just like the Windows Updates you may install…

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Promoting your rail industry website via an online directory

Getting your business or organisation listed in high-quality online directories can not only bring you new leads, but it can also improve your rankings in search engines like Google. Whilst…

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Improving communication during roadworks and rail engineering work

People don’t like roadworks or engineering work and for good reason; these works often cause major disruption to transport routes and it inconveniences people. But what if people were fully…

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What happens on the Internet in a single minute

We came across this great infographic (courtesy of Intel). It’s worth pointing out that this was created a year ago in 2012 and no doubt things have increased even further now,…

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Avoid these SEO mistakes!

Earlier this week, Matt Cutts (who works for Google) released this short five minute video, which has some basic tips for beginners on Search Engine Optimisation (or “SEO”). The tips include:…

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Primary Image support area expanded

Our customer support area has been expanded with new guides for our customers, including: Helping you login to your CMS (Content Management System) Understanding your website’s visitor stats Setting up Microsoft…

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April 2013 update to our customers’ CMS software

This weekend we’ve rolled out a series of small updates to the Content Management System (CMS) on all our client websites. The work has mainly concentrated on security enhancements on our customers’ websites,…

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Huge WordPress attack slowing down many websites

What is happening? Since earlier this week, there’s been a massive attack on websites around the globe, in particular targeting WordPress installations (which is the world’s most widely-used Content Management…

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The launch of our new website!

We’re really excited to announce the launch of our brand new Primary Image website today! We recognised our old site was getting a bit outdated, so after a busy winter…

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Warning: Bogus domain name notices

Attention: Important Notice  /  Domain Service Notice We received several of these notices lately (shown right), which demands a minimum $75 to be paid for an annual “search submission” service.…

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New stats show big rise in mobile internet

The latest UK internet use stats have been published by the government and shows some interesting figures: 68% of people (aged over 16) are online every single day 87% of…

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In need of a website refresh?

Many of our recent projects for new clients have involved refreshing their existing websites, which over time have become outdated. So why should you explore having a website refresh? Here’s some important…

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Client websites being upgraded to new CMS

We’re pleased to announce that our clients will have their website’s Content Management System upgraded over the Christmas holiday to the latest version. Our Primary Image CMS software is continually improved…

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