McGregor Media is proud to announce that clients with hosting accounts on Server 4 can now benefit from faster website access times with HTTP/2.
McGregor Media Web Design is delighted to launch the brand new website for South Tyneside-based fitness company Hiit2oh.
Earlier today, online security company Wordfence posted a blog entry with five security questions you should ask your web host. We thought it would be helpful to answer those questions for you.
WordPress 4.7 includes improvements to the Customiser, REST API endpoints merged into core and a brand new default theme, Twenty Seventeen.
On updating to Wordfence 6.2.1, users are being greeted with a notification that support for Falcon and Basic caches will be removed in a future version.
WordPress 4.6 is due to be released very soon featuring native fonts for the admin dashboard – here’s a quick look at what you can expect.
McGregor Media Web Design today launched the brand new website for Middlesbrough-based kitchen and joinery business Teesside Kitchens.
WooCommerce 2.6, codenamed “Zipping Zebra”, should be released tomorrow with a whole load of new features and performance and stability enhancements.
Due to essential server maintenance and software upgrades, some clients’ sites and email accounts will be unavailable for around one hour sometime between 10pm on Wednesday 18 May and 6am on Thursday 19 May 2016.
WordPress 4.5 has just been released, with improvements including inline linking, live responsive previews, custom logos and smart image resizing.
WordPress has released a security update that fixes a SSRF vulnerability and an open redirection vulnerability. We recommend that all clients update their sites immediately.
McGregor Media is proud to have been involved with this project to erect a memorial to local hero Stanley E. Hollis VC, the only person to be awarded a VC for their actions on D-Day, 6th June 1944.