There are a number of costs associated with building and running a website, so as a website owner it’s important to understand who bills you, and for what services. Every website project is different, but the following costs are applicable for most clients: Initial build costs Ongoing website hosting Ongoing website maintenance Domain and email […]Read More
If you’re an existing Seven Pixels client who has their website hosted with us, please contact us as a first step: If your website is hosted with another hosting provider, you need to contact them instead as they are best placed to help you. What Could Have Happened? A problem could have occurred anywhere along […]Read More
One of the more frequent queries we receive from clients when editing their WordPress website is related to text formatting. Clients sometimes create pages or blog posts and find that the text looks different than normal. This may be larger or smaller font, a different colour, strange spacing, or even a different font altogether. We’ve […]Read More
A client’s domain name, email provision, and website are sometimes bundled together by design agencies, and sometimes managed separately. Many clients prefer their design agency to manage everything in one package: it seems cleaner and simpler to ‘just let the techie guys get on with it’. This approach however comes with downsides: If a domain […]Read More
Almost all client domains are registered with a third party, or ‘Domain Registrar’. There are many domain registrars that you may see advertised on TV, such as 1&1, 123-reg or GoDaddy. In theory, any web design agency could become accredited and become a domain registrar in their own right. In practice, this is a very […]Read More
From 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. Affecting companies and sole traders of all sizes, GDPR is a significant tightening of data protection laws, aiming to strengthen data privacy for all EU citizens.
Any business Worldwide that trades with, or handles data of individuals in the EU must comply with GDPR. Significant fines of up to 4% of revenue or 20 million euros could be imposed on none-compliant businesses.Read More