Monthly Archives: September 2010

Resize your pictures correctly for the web

Many clients run into a problems when they are trying to upload pictures to go onto their websites. The problem centres around resizing those images. When you display an image on a website you can specify its size. All this … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 8, Flash and 64 bit operating systems

You would have thought the latest technology would all be designed to work together, but often engineers get ahead of themselves and it takes a while for things to catch up. For the past year I’ve been unable to run … Continue reading

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Breadcrumb trails for SEO

Hands up who knows what a breadcrumb trail is? It’s the little trail of links often seen at the top of a web page which shows where you are in the current website. e.g. Home > Internet Marketing > SEO … Continue reading

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123-reg.co.uk having serious problems today…

Anybody relying on 123-reg.co.uk to do email forwarding for them might well have lost all the email sent to them this morning (and with no bounce backs to warn the senders), so if you were expecting an email it might … Continue reading

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Google AdWords major change to budget handling…

In a seemingly innocuous email Google have just announced a major change to the way that your budgets are handled within Google AdWords. In the old days you used to set a budget per day and then Google would cap … Continue reading

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