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How to Optimize Your WooCommerce Store for Delivery & Pinpoint Customers’ Locations with Ease

Published: 23 March 2023

If you operate a WooCommerce store with a local delivery service, you may become frustrated trying to locate your customers’ addresses, particularly in trading or urban housing estates during dark evenings. However, there is a perfect solution for you. The issue with addresses is that unless you are familiar with the area, your delivery person […]

Update: 23 March 2023

5 simply ways to make your website harder to hack

Published: 4 February 2019

Presumably, your website holds significant value to you, and as such, presented below are 5 simply ways to enhance its security and make your website harder to hack. Did you know there are more than 1.86 billion websites on the internet. According to Securityweek.com “around 1% of these — so that’s 18,500,000 — are infected […]

Update: 4 February 2019

Who owns your site?

Published: 24 January 2019

Over the past few months I’ve come across a few disgruntled web owners…. For one reason or another they’ve been dissatisfied with the service they’ve been receiving from their web company or hosting company.. They’ve decided to quit their losses and move on to someone they feel they can trust. Except there’s one small problem…. […]

Update: 24 January 2019

Not all business website providers are the same…

Published: 24 October 2017

Are you seeking recommendations for your new business website? If so, you may have reached out to social media to find a provider or web designer and received a plethora of suggestions. This is not surprising nowadays, as it is relatively easy to get a website up and running. However, it is important to remember […]

Update: 24 October 2017

Not everyone has a website…

Published: 17 October 2017

Did you know that not every company has a website!! Incredible but true! There are quite a lot of businesses out there that simply don’t see the need for a website. In fact I read a statistic recently that stated over  50% of small businesses don’t have a website. Here’s just two reasons why they […]

Update: 17 October 2017

How to choose a web agency for your company

Published: 19 September 2017

Here at Square One we recognise that hiring an agency to produce a website can be a daunting experience especially when there are literally hundreds of companies to choose from! How are you going to be sure you pick a good company that is going to create the best site for your budget? Unfortunately horror […]

Update: 19 September 2017

WordPress Meetup Cheltenham

Published: 15 September 2017

So the WordPress UK community just got a little bit bigger, with the launch of the WordPress meetup in Cheltenham hosted by myself. With nearly 60 members there were over 30 people signed up to attend according to the meetup.com website which was fantastic but a little bit daunting at the same time! I’ve personally […]

Update: 15 September 2017

Beware Cheap Hosting!

Published: 28 July 2017

Cheap is not always best… As admin of a popular Facebook business group (11,000 plus members) I see a lot of requests for cheap hosting. I see a lot of requests for cheap everything to be honest… Now – there are some areas in business where you can argue that “cost effective” or “reasonably priced” […]

Update: 28 July 2017

Customising the WordPress Nav Menu

Published: 11 May 2017

Yes, customising the WordPress Nav Menu with the Walker_Nav_Menu class is pretty powerful for customising the native WordPress menu system. Without it, you just have a simple menu! But with it, you can integrate it into anything! I’ve recently been working on a project that requires me to use Bootstrap. Yes, I know, don’t shoot me! […]

Update: 11 May 2017

Stuart Rostron

Published: 16 June 2016

I cannot praise highly enough the work of Square One Web & Design. From the moment you engage with them you get the best possible advice about branding, website design and content optimisation. All the work was clearly defined and costed with NO hidden extras and a remarkable amount of patience given my own difficulties in […]

Update: 16 June 2016