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“I love Gutenberg for WordPress” said somebody, surely, maybe?

Oh No! WordPress, what are you doing? If you have been living under a WordPress rock (hats off to…

Desktop vs Mobile vs Tablet Market Share Australia late 2018 UPDATE

In a post we did earlier this year about browser usage, we mentioned that according to the stats on …

Fixing or Repairing WordPress themes.

It's quite often that we are asked to look at someone’s website which they are not entirely happy …

Desktop vs Mobile vs Tablet Market Share Australia 2018

In the last four years, we have seen big changes in the way people view websites, with mobile usage …

Why good WordPress website hosting matters

A chain is only good as its weakest link so they say, and as we have said many times before, it’s …

WordPress Website Security

With all the news recently about WiFi and Intel security issues/exploits, it makes you really wond…

WordPress Themes?

As people may be aware, a ‘WordPress theme’ is like a suit and tie for WordPress. The default Wo…

It’s already February.

This week we received a call from a client whose WordPress website we built three years ago, and t…

Vend Ecommerce platform

Recently we were engaged to build an Ecommerce website where the client was using Vend as their in-s…

Fixing WordPress themes when the doorbell rings.

Being WordPress developers, we often are asked to repair or fix broken WordPress websites that we ha…

Small business website check

Many small business start-ups don't have vast amounts of money to spend on marketing and adverti…

WordPress websites, PHP versions & Smashed LCD screens.

Yesterday a client of ours rang in panic to alert us that their WordPress website had weird text o…

New Branding fit for a king (or a dinosaur)

Recently Mozilla, one of our favourite non-profit organizations decided to rebrand, doing away with…

Hijacked search results on WordPress websites

We recently had to fix a WordPress website that had been sneakily hacked so that its Google search r…

8273 things you need to know about Facebook Business pages updated layout

Facebook has changed the layout of its 'fan' or business pages, and as you can see from the photo ab…

Website hosting and domain details, should you register them yourself?

It is often the case that we are asked to fix up old websites or create new WordPress websites for c…

The Trouble with Using Themes for Your WordPress Site

There are many options available when it comes to having an online presence for your business. Some…

Small Business Logo Design and Branding just for the Love

Almost 3 years ago, we were walking down a side street in Parramatta looking for a place to eat, whe…

What FTP software is good to transfer files from Windows?

If you are kinda old-school, you probably still prefer to transfer your files to your web host via F…

Web Design for WordPress – to plugin or not to plugin?

Here at Kinski & Bourke we specialise in designing websites that use WordPress as a content mana…

Google fonts releases new website

Back when the internet was but a couple of computers stuck together with tin cans and string between…

Small Business Design and Branding

More than 2 years ago, Rita, A small business owner, came to us to create branding for Spotted Orchi…

Let’s Encrypt not yet default in cPanel

Recently we posted an article about 'Let's Encrypt', the wonderfully free SSL Certificate Authority.…

Let’s Encrypt – The cheapest way of getting your WordPress website HTTP Secure

We are currently working on a WordPress shopping cart website which is running on WooCommerce and as…

WordPress plugins – Free vs Professional

WordPress is a great tool that can be made even better with a handful of plugins. With so many cho…

WordPress Location Maps

Recently we completed two WordPress websites that required similar functionality (for the same clien…

SSL, HTTPS, and WordPress – Secure your website.

If you care about your customers data, and you want to accept credit card payments on your website, …

Customising WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields

One of our favourite things about WordPress is how customisable it is. Out of the box, WordPress com…

WordPress contact forms, which is the best?

If you want to make it super easy for people to contact you, chances are you will want to have some …

Fixing a WordPress Website that has been hacked

Today we had the pleasure of trying to fix a WordPress website for a Not for Profit agency who came …

WordPress shopping carts or Shopify?

Nobody said WordPress was the perfect CMS (OK, maybe we did a few times) and one thing that we have …

WordPress Website Speed

Speed for WordPress websites is very important, and sometimes you need a bit of an added boost to ge…

These are a few of our favourite things.

Recently, one of our colleagues, Jordan Clarke, completed a stunning set of work for Parramatta City…

WordPress backups to keep your Website safe.

In the past, making a backup of your WordPress Website involved a number of steps, such as manually …

Flash animation is dead, long live the king

As many people would be aware, Flash is slowly being phased out and with the almost daily patches to…

WordPress Web Hosting in Australia

A cake might only be as good as the quality of its ingredients, but a website is definitely only as …

Why should you use WordPress as a CMS?

WordPress first appeared in 2003 "with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday wr…

Responsive WordPress Website Design – Why is it important?

Responsive web design is one of the new buzzwords in the industry, and before we tell you why it is …

Should you get a Custom designed theme or cheap Template?

Many people want to save money and think the best way to do this is by purchasing a premade theme fr…

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