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Speaking at WordCamp London 2018

Eugene, Chris and Ben at WordCamp London

Indigo Tree developer Benjamin Read recently gave a talk at WordCamp London, showcasing some of our strategies and tools for using WordPress as a headless (or decoupled) CMS. Watch this space for a writeup. In the meantime, here’s a link to the slides:

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Working With Netlify CMS and Yoast SEO

We’ve been working with WordPress for years, and consequently we’ve been spoilt by the number of plugins available to WordPress developers. One of the more popular plugins, and one that we use regularly is Yoast SEO (arguably the best SEO plugin for WordPress). In the last 6 – 12 months, we’ve been hearing more and […]

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Smashing Conference London 2018

Smashing Conf 2018-Louise and Eugene

Just before joining Indigo Tree, I bumped into a blog post of our website by our own Ben Read, “What is JAMstack web technology?” That opened the floodgates of my curiosity, I was really intrigued by the whole new way of building websites vs the “traditional” WordPress way. Once I came on board I realised […]

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Making your website ready for GDPR

The new General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR will become enforceable from 25th May 2018.  This regulation dictates the procedures for the control of personal data and the consequences and notifications required for data breaches.  So of course applies to websites as well as all other areas of an organisation. Consequences of non-compliance include […]

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How To Clear your Browser’s Cache

Old, faded browser window being replaced by new browser window

How do you know you are seeing the most recent version of your website? With these tricks you can beat the cache to uncover changes, spot bugs earlier and more easily edit content on your website. What Is Caching? Most good website hosting companies use caching to ensure your website is delivered as quickly as […]

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