Is My Website GDPR Compliant?

Is My Website GDPR Compliant?

Blog, Featured Tuesday, May 29, 2018

As of May 25th GDPR has arrived and that means that we all need to be complying with these new data protection laws. There are a number of considerations around the way in which you collect, use and store people’s information and these are guaranteed to mean you need to change the way you work. […]

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New WordPress 4.9.2 Security and Maintenance Release

Blog Wednesday, January 17, 2018

WordPress has just released a new maintenance/security update which impacts all the WordPress version since WordPress 3.7. It has been found that there is a security vulnerability in Flash Fallback, a media element included in older versions of the WordPress library. Now it has been removed from WordPress and the new update Version 4.9.2 will […]

Why You Need WordPress Support

Blog Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Here at Ezone Interactive we have been building and supporting websites for over fifteen years, and our customers have found our support service invaluable. So in this article I thought I would cover some of the reasons why you need WordPress support for your website: Websites Don’t Run Themselves A common misconception is that after […]

New WordPress 4.9 Features

Blog Monday, November 20, 2017

WordPress 4.9 is called Tipton, the new update version which was released November 14th. The new features basically offer three major improvements: Changes to the Customizer workflow Brand new Gallery widget Introduction of the CodeMirror editor Customizer Improvements Several new features in the Customizer for themes make the workflow process simpler and more efficient.  Saving […]

Update to WordPress 4.8.3 Now

Blog, News, WordPress Monday, November 6, 2017

WordPress 4.8.3 has just been released and if you haven’t upgraded your WordPress website yet, then you should do so as soon as possible. Version 4.8.3 is an important security update that will fix a serious programming flaw that can potentially expose WordPress-powered websites to the possibility of being attacked and hijacked by hackers by […]

Steps to Prepare your Website for GDPR

Blog Friday, October 13, 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s new data protection legislation. The UK is currently following the Data Protection Act of 1998, which replaced the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive. As there have been unforeseen changes in the way that we have used digital information over the past decades, the laws that […]

Update on the Importance of HTTPS

Blog Tuesday, October 3, 2017

For a long time now Google has been increasing the importance of HTTPS and having your website on a secure server. In January they started marking http pages that collected passwords or payment details as non-secure in the Chrome browser as shown below: We wrote about SSL certificates and Google back in January, you can […]

WordPress Makes Available 4.8.1 Maintenance Release

Blog Thursday, August 10, 2017

WordPress has just made available WordPress 4.8.1, a maintenance release to it’s recent version WordPress 4.8 “Evans. ” This first maintenance release includes 29 fixes and enhancements to help make your WordPress website design more intuitive. Of particular interest in this recent update is the introduction of the Custom HTML widget and technical workarounds to […]

Looking Back at WordCamp Edinburgh 2017

Blog Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Last weekend saw the third WordCamp to be held in Edinburgh. Hosted at Codebase in the heart of the city just next to Edinburgh Castle the weekend promised much: beautiful Scottish summers weather, Haggis and Wapuu’s scampering around the foot of the castle and of course a great event. Sadly only the last of those […]

Basic Image Editing in WordPress

Blog, WordPress Tuesday, July 25, 2017

One of the things many WordPress beginners often wonder about is if it is possible to edit an image after it has been inserted into a post or page. Yes, WordPress users may do some simple image editing and also edit image properties once the image is already uploaded. Here’s how this can be done:

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