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There’s nothing more frustrating than being met with an error code on a site. Whether it’s a redirect error, or the server simply can’t be reached, being met with a server response code and not understanding what it means or how to resolve it can be a disheartening experience, particularly when it comes to our own websites. To help you resolve the issues, we’ve spoken to our web design experts to compile a guide to the codes you need to know. If you’d like any more information on resolving these issues, feel free to get in touch with a member of our team on

I think we’re all in agreement that the World Wide Web is a huge place. A simple Google search can give us billions of results, and that’s just the webpages that are relevant, and indexed. In fact, there are over 1,705,430,600 websites live at this very moment, ready and waiting for the 4,300,814,000 internet users logging in each day. With such incredible numbers, it’s no surprise that more and more of us have been jumping on the proverbial bandwagon, whether that’s getting involved with the internet for the first time or increasing our presence online. With how far the internet has come, we’re taking

As of the 1st September 2019, Google will stop supporting any unsupported directives within robots.txt files relating to indexing. ‘Noindex’ directives, in particular, have been targeted, with the search giant recently announcing that all directives relating to this should be removed from robots.txt and implemented correctly. This move comes after Google posted to their Webmaster Central Blog formalising the Robots Exclusion Protocol Specification, introducing the REP as an official internet standard for developers and webmasters across the web. They stated that “developers have interpreted the protocol somewhat differently over the years,” going on to describe how the REP hasn’t updated to cater for modern

There are over 75million Wordpress sites live today and while not every single one of them will be active, the sheer popularity of this CMS (content management system) is undeniable. For this reason, countless plugins have been created to make the entire experience a much more streamlined, optimised and enhanced experience for both the creator, and the users. From SEO optimisation, to XML Sitemaps and page building, there is a Wordpress plugin for every need. Our web development experts have put together their list of the must-have plugins for your Wordpress site this year. For more information or for help with your website, get

In light of Google’s recent article on Webmaster Central Blog, SEOs, webmasters and developers have all been reminded just how important it is to attribute the correct date to the pages on their sites. As part of Google’s indexing process, the search engine giant attributes a publication date to every webpage on the SERPs in order to determine how relevant and recent each page is. This has become particularly important as of late, with Google’s focus on accurate and highly authoritative content as part of its E-A-T guideline update back in August 2018 and the latest broad core algorithm update in March of this

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