Wireless CT Link to Inverter Solution

Six months ago, I had solar panels installed at my property.  They have been working quite well, however, I noticed I was exporting most of the energy to the grid during the day only consuming the energy when using the washing machine/dishwasher etc.   My set up is a bit different from the bog standard solar […]

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CSS Media sizes

/* Extra small devices (phones, 600px and down) */@media only screen and (max-width: 600px) {…}/* Small devices (portrait tablets and large phones, 600px and up) */@media only screen and (min-width: 600px) {…}/* Medium devices (landscape tablets, 768px and up) */@media only screen and (min-width: 768px) {…}/* Large devices (laptops/desktops, 992px and up) */@media only screen […]

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WordPress performance – caching
Wordpress and Php Caching

I’ve been messing around with different caching options over the last few months within WordPress and watched a few tutorials..  I’ve also read a lot of articles on the best approach to take to speed up WordPress sites.  So, I thought I’d share with you my definitive list of caching options and plugins that I […]

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PI Cluster (with temp controlled fan)
PI Cluster Case

Last year I purchased a new Raspberry PI 4. It’s been sitting gathering dust since then… until now. I finally got the chance to install Noobs and set up virtualMin to use as a hosting and development environment.  I also installed php v7.3, apache and mysql. Fast forward a few days after moving all my […]

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Raspberry PI 4 – What’s new
Raspberry Pi 4 B Board

Hot of the Press I just had an email drop in to my ever growing mailbox alerting me that the Raspberry PI module has been upgraded.  This was one of these emails I have been waiting on for a long time as I’m a big fan of the PI.   I’m currently hosting this site and […]

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SEO Basics

SEO Basics – Freelance Web Development – Glasgow Here are some SEO basics to keep in mind. (courtesy of wordpress.com) 1. Pick your keywords The first thing you need to do when starting your SEO journey is pick the keywords that you want to rank for. These should be keywords that your target audience is likely […]

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Guten Tag to Gutenberg (WordPress v5)

WordPress v5 – Freelance Web Development – Glasgow WordPress version 5.0 will bring with it something big. Codenamed “Gutenberg,” it is perhaps one of the more quietly exciting projects in web technology this year. Gutenberg is a total revamp of the WordPress text writing and editing experience and is easily one of the most significant […]

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