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As WordPress specialists, the Fellowship team recently attended WordCamp London 2019, for the third year running. Our Digital Account Manager Matt covers a range of topics from some of the sessions we attended.
If you know anything about Wordpress, you'll probably know that sites based on it use plugins and themes. Plugins are used to extend the core functionality of Wordpress and themes are used for the presentation (layout and styling) of the website. We love Wordpress here at Fellow...
When building a new website, deciding which browsers to support is a major consideration and one we take very seriously. This post briefly covers the different browsers used to surf the web, along with their popularity and usage. This will help you to ensure your website looks as good as it can to as many visitors as possible.
If you value your brand then you'll want to ensure your company logo looks good, and is on-brand, at the range of sizes used for favicons and touch icons. This post gives you the guidance to achieve that along with helpful explanations and examples.
A few years ago, my wife and I were fortunate enough to build our own house. A mutual friend was selling a piece of land and casually asked us if we knew anyone who might be interested in buying it. Even though we'd never considered building a house, after much consideration and ...
Referral spam occurs when your website gets fake referral traffic from spam bots. This fake traffic is recorded in your Google Analytics property resulting in completely inaccurate web traffic statistics. This article fully explains referral spam and how, only by removing it, you can get an idea of the true performance of your website.