Most people will have multiple images on their website. How you choose to display images will vary depending on what their purpose is and how they look with your website design. A hard crop is useful if you’re looking to make your website images equal sizes, whereas a soft crop is useful if you don’t Making your website images equal sizes: the difference between hard and soft crop[Read More]
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Feeling bamboozled about which recipe plugin to use with your WordPress blog? Katie Bryson takes a look at some of the latest WordPress recipe plugins on the digital foodie scene and chats to some of the bloggers who are using them. But first of all why use recipe plugins at all? What are the benefits Review: The latest recipe plugins for WordPress[Read More]
We’ve previously discussed how to optimise image size, layout and accessibility on your WordPress website. This time we’re going to look in more detail at a specific area of image optimisation: the image alt text. We’ll explore what alt text is, why it’s important for people using your website, its effect on search engines, how Making the most of WordPress website images: alt text SEO and accessibility[Read More]
Starting up a new food blog in today’s crowded digital scene might seem daunting, but with some smart planning and a passionate approach there’s no reason why you can’t be rubbing shoulders with the cream of the crop. Here are our top 10 practical tips to make sure your website is a tasty proposition… 1. Top 10 tips for starting a food blog[Read More]
Creating a blog post is a lot of work, especially when you’re developing a recipe, styling and shooting it before writing the whole thing up for your website. But once you’ve hit the publish button, there’s still a heck of a lot of stuff left to do! We’ve created a checklist of the 10 typical How to promote a food blog post[Read More]
The annual WordCamp London is always a hot date in Callia Web’s diary, so Jo and Leeann headed down to the capital 17-19 March feeling excited about what was in store for them. Meeting up with old friends, making new friends, learning from the talks and generally feeling inspired – WordCamp London 2017 was another Callia Web hits WordCamp London[Read More]
It’s not just your body that needs detoxing in January, what about your website? It’s amazing how many abandoned plugins and unused themes are clogging up the back-end of your site. Is your content on point and inviting? When was the last time you changed your passwords?! Take a few minutes to work through our 10 ways to detox your website in 2017[Read More]
We’re proud and delighted to announce Callia Web has won two awards at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards for the work we did on the Cambridge Food Collective website. We took home Gold for Website: Lifestyle and Culture and Silver in the Website: Small Business category. The judges were clearly impressed: We’re always excited to see We won! Callia Web scoops two Digital Awards[Read More]
A fear of launching your new website (aka: launch fear) is all too common, and something that can be incredibly detrimental to your stress levels – and your business as a whole. Here we’ll discuss why launch fear can cause havoc with your business, and what you can do to beat it so your website can go Overcoming the fear of launching your new website[Read More]