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Tip - Styling Broken Images

by Will Moody

Broken image sources don't look good on a website, but sometimes an image is missing from the server and can’t be displayed. How can we make them a look nicer?

Debugging Website Code with Css

by Will Moody

Three simple snippets of CSS that will help you debug your website design and code.

Tip - Manipulating Colors using HSLa and Css Variables

by Will Moody

Using Css Variables to manipulate colors in your Css has never been easier. Why use HSLa you ask?

Tip - Full Bleed layouts using simple css

by Will Moody

A full bleed section of content is usually full-width of the viewport with other content limited in width somehow, maybe to 65-85 characters for readability.

Simple steps to improve your websites SEO

by Will Moody

There are several simple and easy to implement steps which can help improve your websites search engine ranking with little effort.

What type of website do you need? Do you know your options?

by Will Moody

So you would like a new website, but what type do you need?

There are five main types of website; personal, blog, business, charity and e-commerce. These of course can all have variants.

Integrating Snipcart into a Perch CMS build

by Will Moody

In these strange times, some businesses are looking to broaden their income streams. This was the case for a local yoga studio, Barley Yoga & Dance, who through the Covid pandemic had switched to offering classes via Zoom.

Hosting on Netlify

by Will Moody

I built a small website for my wife's foot health business, For Fabulous Feet. We needed to keep costs to a minimum as it's a small business.

Cleantalk Antispam

by Will Moody

I recently came across some conversations on the Perchology Slack channel discussing the Cleantalk Antispam plugin and decided to give it a try on my website EICAC which had been sending me quite a bit of spam through the contact form.

To Jamstack or not?

by Will Moody

What is Jamstack?

JAMstack where JAM stands for JavaScript, API's and Markup, and it's a stack of those that you use to build your new web application.

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