A Few Basic, Essential WordPress Tips: #1 Permalinks and Page Orders

A Few Basic, Essential WordPress Tips: #1 Permalinks and Page Orders

There are a lot of websites out there that harness the power of WordPress. Many first time bloggers or designers gravitate towards this platform because of its accessibility and what can be made possible with little to no knowledge. On the other end of the spectrum knowing the ins and outs of the medium can allow you to create your own beautifully crafted pieces of World Wide Web and stand out from the rest when showcasing your portfolio, creating your online presence, or putting a business model to use whereby you can make money online. Regardless of the why’s, we’ll […]

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10 Years of iPhone

10 Years of iPhone

It’s scary to think the first iPhone went on sale on 29th June 2007, 10 years ago. The phone that went on to change the landscape was originally announced on 9th January 2007 in San Francisco. Steve Jobs stepped onto the stage and presented the audience a new smartphone which was laughed off by companies such as Motorola, Nokia and Microsoft, for its daring plans to change the phone industry.

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iOS Developers Can Now Respond to Reviews

iOS Developers Can Now Respond to Reviews

With the release of iOS 10.3 Apple has taken major strides in allowing iOS developers to interact with users leaving reviews. By allowing developers to communicate with users, Apple is allowing a new way for developers to identify and resolve problems in one of the most public forums available, and an area that can sway many users minds in whether to download or buy that particular product.

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Apple WWDC 2017 Keynote

Apple WWDC 2017 Keynote

WWDC is one of Apple’s flagship events in the calendar and we usually hear all about what to expect from the next iteration of iOS. This year we have been spoilt with new versions of iOS, macOS and the watchOS. Today we are going to look at what Apple announced and how it affects app users, developers and Apple hardware fans.

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