News & Blog

Why Blogging is Crucial to Your Website

October 3rd, 2013 - Posted by Steve Marks to Business Development, SEO, Web Development.
Where do you stand when it comes to blogging? If you fall into one of the categories below then this post is for you: You have a website but you don’t have a blog. You have a website with a blog feature enabled, but it never gets updated. You blog now and again but don’t [...]...

Override WordPress All in One SEO Pack Plugin on Certain Pages

September 26th, 2013 - Posted by Steve Marks to PHP, SEO, Web Development.
If you use WordPress on a regular basis you’ve probably heard of the All in One SEO Pack plugin. In summary it automates a lot of the SEO across your site and allows you to customise the meta properties on a per-page basis. Today I came across a scenario where I needed to override th...

Tips on Overcoming Writer’s Block and Getting Ideas for Blog Posts

September 18th, 2013 - Posted by Steve Marks to Business Development, Miscellaneous, SEO.
I try to write a blog post as regularly as possible, or at least as and when time allows. Posting at regular intervals and keeping the content fresh is great for Search Engine Optimisation, but also ensures your visitors keep coming back to see what’s new. As well as the obvious bene...

New Website Launched For Gifts And Experiences

December 31st, 2012 - Posted by Steve Marks to (X)HTML / CSS, Javascript / jQuery, MySQL, PHP, SEO, Web Development.
This week has seen the launch of a new website of mine, Gifts To Thrill. The site offers experiences such as driving supercars and helicopter lessons, as well as traditional and personalised gifts. Behind the scenes the website acts as affiliate site, meaning that when someone clicks throu...

New Website Launched to Find Attractions Between Two Places

November 12th, 2012 - Posted by Steve Marks to (X)HTML / CSS, Javascript / jQuery, MySQL, PHP, SEO, Web Development.
For regular readers of this blog you might have guessed that I’m a huge fan of maps, and working inparticular with the Google Maps API. I also find that the best way to learn anything in the coding world is to use it in a real life scenario. As a result, and to hopefully produce [......

Reducing Analytics Inaccuracy as a Result of Website Development

April 29th, 2010 - Posted by Steve Marks to Javascript / jQuery, SEO, Web Development.
If you’re anything like me and work on a multitude of various websites you’ll have different versions of sites all functioning at the same time; maybe a copy running on your localhost for development, a staging version and the live production site visible to the public. With an...