Note: This tutorial is more than four years old and is now out-of-date. These days I recommend using the Genesis Framework for WordPress and in the sites I build I incorporate the new Bootstrap v4 grid system into that. OK, so hopefully you’re still with me after Part 1 of this tutorial. Let’s get on […]
Note: This tutorial is more than four years old and is now out-of-date. These days I recommend using the Genesis Framework for WordPress and in the sites I build I incorporate the new Bootstrap v4 grid system into that. When building yourself a shiny new website it’s often quicker and easier to start off with […]
Once you start to find your feet with website management you’ll come across loads of jquery plugins that can make your site look much more interactive.
You texted your three quid donation after you saw that advert on the TV or in the paper… and the next thing you know someone in a call centre rings you to ask for even more money for the charity. Pretty ungrateful eh?
Chromebooks are cheap laptops that run Google’s ‘Chrome’ operating system rather than Windows or Mac OS. It’s a very lightweight system that comprises of little more than a small hard disc and the Chrome browser that you’re used to using elsewhere.
If you’re using Photoshop, Fireworks or GIMP as your graphic editing programme then here’s a simple 60 second retouching job that you can use on your photos.
You can pay a small fortune to put your site on a really high powered server in order to speed it up, but there’s some much cheaper ways you can get it to run faster.
Here’s my recommendations for the software that you’ll need for your day-to-day digital life as a charity Web Master.
Note: Since I originally wrote this article Google have closed their ‘Grantspro’ scheme to new applications, so you’ll have to make do with the regular Grant if you hadn’t already been upgraded. The approach I’d adopt is still broadly the same though – get your spend up to the daily maximum as quick as you […]