Author Archives: Paul
If you’ve built a website using WordPress or are managing it, security is a real issue. WordPress is the most-wildly used Content Management Software for webservers but this brings risks as most, if not all, of the WordPress files have … Continue reading
A good friend of mine passed away recently and it was a simple decision to build a memorial website in his honour. The plan is well under way with submissions coming in. This is a different setting from most of … Continue reading
The mouse rules? How often do you move the mouse, type something, move the mouse again, click on something ….. You are repeatedly going back to the mouse when you could do plenty straight from the keyboard: In … Continue reading
When was your last backup? For most computer users the answer is probably “never” or “doesn’t it do it automatically?” Desktop PCs usually come with a Cloud facility such as Dropbox or Apple’s iCloud that can be used to backup … Continue reading
I was asked recently to build and host a website for a long-established Harwich business. The previous website had been taken down by the hosting company and was no longer accessible to the owner. The Hanover Inn is a B&B … Continue reading
The timetable is out for the revised route number 2 service between Harwich Town Railway Station and Parkeston. From my analysis it does not look good for most users and I can’t see it attracting many new passengers.