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]
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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]
We’re super excited to share the news that innovative new grocery business and Callia Web client, Cambridge Food Collective have made the finals of the Cambridge Digital Awards. The team bagged an impressive two nominations in the ‘Website: Lifestyle & Culture’ and ‘Website: Small Business’ categories. It’s a great start for the new business, launched Cambridge Food Collective makes finals of local Digital Awards[Read More]
When you share a page from your website on social media, you’ll likely want to include a featured image. With a correctly built website, this is easy enough to do. Simply paste a link to Facebook or Twitter and a post or card is generated with the correct title, description and image. But what happens Optimise your images, titles and descriptions for social media[Read More]
As you get more confident using your website day-to-day, you’ll find you become comfortable making your own small changes and fixes. When you opt for a WordPress website, there are lots of places you can turn for help deciding what to do. Whether you’re asking about a paid theme, a free plugin, or have a Finding WordPress support and asking questions[Read More]
The comments section of your blog can be a valuable space to engage with your audience. Unfortunately, it can also be a breeding ground for spam comments. Here are some tips on figuring out which comments are spam and which are genuine. Plus various ways to keep spam comments under control. Why do blogs have How to identify and avoid spam comments on your blog posts[Read More]
When you’re building a brand new website, it can be easy to get excited about all the extra features you’ll include. So a minimum viable website (like a minimum viable product) may seem counter-intuitive. Surely it’s better to include everything before launch? But taking a minimalist approach doesn’t mean your website looks unfinished or amateur. Quite the Building a minimum viable website: benefits of starting with the essentials[Read More]
What is accessibility and why is it important for my WordPress website? Accessibility is about making your website usable for as many people as possible – no matter who they are or what their background is. In particular, an accessible website should cater to users with disabilities, including people with visual, hearing and motor impairments. Accessibility Accessibility basics for my WordPress website: what is it and why is it important?[Read More]