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Test driving online publishing platform Newspack
Newspack claims to be a WordPress 'website in a box' for news publishers. But is it worth the hype? The Code Company developers review.Read the story
The importance of change management during digital publishing replatforming projects
Many of our migration and replatforming projects occur in a broader context of organisational change. As a result change management is a key consideration in project implementation.Read the story
Digital Publishers: If You’re Not Using WordPress, You’re Missing Out
WordPress is the largest Content Management System on the internet, powering over 30% of all websites. But is it right for a digital publisher considering the move? We've outlined our top five reasons WordPress is still a smart choice for publishing and media businesses.Read the story
Building Subscriptions and Memberships on WordPress for Growing Digital Publishers
What's the best way to build a subscription website for your digital publishing business? Plugins vs. SaaS vs. custom buildsRead the story
Getting the balance right: Making the most of WordPress’ block editing experience
How publishers can leverage Gutenberg block editor to improve article editing and custom editorial workflowsRead the story
Building powerful subscription sites that scale on WordPress
At WordCamp Sydney 2019, Ben May from The Code Company and Adrian O’Hagan from Private Media spoke about [...]Read the story
Do you have to worry about the GDPR?
The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has a lot of online businesses worried, but the [...]Read the story
Responsive vs mobile website design
Increasing numbers of website visitors are arriving via mobile devices, so you need to make sure your website design is responsive or mobile user friendly. There are two main options: designing one site which is responsive and adapts to the visitor's device or screen; or a separate purpose-built mobile site. Naturally each has its pros and cons.Read the story