Category: Blog

  • How to make your website cookie compliant using Google Consent mode

    How to make your website cookie compliant using Google Consent mode

    From March 2024 it will now become mandatory to use Google Consent mode v2 if you are using remarketing and other ad personalisation features in Google products. In a nutshell, this affects anyone using Google AdWords but probably extends to anyone using any of Google’s tracking tools (GA4). Crucially, Google have hinted that they may…

  • Host virtual events on your website

    Host virtual events on your website

    Over the last few years, we’ve all had to make the shift to online meetings and virtual events. As a result this has given rise to the hybrid event which offers a mix of live and online content. Many more companies are seeing the advantage in offering their events to a wider audience than would…

  • Meet our new partner for cookie compliance

    Meet our new partner for cookie compliance

    We are pleased to announce that Dreamabstract Ltd has selected Cookiebot™ by Usercentrics  as our preferred partner for managing users’ consent online and providing compliance with the latest data privacy legislation, including – GDPR and ePrivacy. Consumers are demanding transparency and control over how their data is used. It is important to build trust with website…

  • Recommended plugins for WooCommerce

    Recommended plugins for WooCommerce

    WooCommerce is the leading E-Commerce option for WordPress and comes with some great features out of the box. It is possible to extend WooCommerce even further with some great plugins. We’ve put together a list of our favourites below. Table Rate Shipping Table rate shipping extends the standard shipping options allowing you to customise the…

  • Moving over to Gutenberg

    Moving over to Gutenberg

    Since WordPress version 5.0 the classic content editor was replaced with a new block editor called Gutenberg. If you have yet to update to the latest version of WordPress then you may still be using the classic editor. In some cases, the classic editor may have been installed if you didn’t want to make the…

  • WordCamp Bristol 2019

    WordCamp Bristol 2019

    A short review of Bristol WordCamp held at the University of Bristol recently.

  • WordCamp Bristol Contributor Day

    WordCamp Bristol Contributor Day

    An introduction to the day I was thrilled to be part of the very first Bristol WordCamp Contributor day which kicks of the main Bristol WordCamp 2019 event. Contributor days are seen as a great way to give something back to the WordPress project and be a part of the community that supports and creates…

  • GDPR and your website

    GDPR and your website

    What is GDPR and how does it affect my website?

  • Have you got a current SSL certificate for your website?

    Have you got a current SSL certificate for your website?

    If you haven’t got an SSL certificate for your website then you really need to consider getting one now. We go through the benefits of installing SSL to make your site more secure.

  • Wordcamp Brisbane 2017

    Wordcamp Brisbane 2017

    I recently attended Brisbane Wordcamp 2017, a conference that focuses on everything to do with WordPress. But as I found out, it was much more than just a group of developers talking tech.

  • Introducing Lensabstract

    Introducing Lensabstract

    A new photography website for Andy Webb was launched today featuring a selection of his work from the last 20 years

  • The importance of good website photography

    The importance of good website photography

    We look at the importance of good website imagery and how you go about creating and finding the right images.