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Ken Richman blogs about WordPress and other website development issue. He runs Togethernet Web Design in Teddington.

SATs 2016 – SATs practice papers website goes live

Delighted to launch our very own website, www.sats2016.co.uk to market SATs Key stage 2 practice papers in English and Mathematics. The SATs exams have changed quite a bit for 2016, making past papers a thing of the past. These new handcrafted mock SATs papers will give parents and teachers the opportunity to offer more practice […]

Why you should update your WordPress site regularly

While hacks into the websites of Sony, LinkedIn and Microsoft make the news, people are often surprised when I say that even the littlest site can be a target for hackers. “Why would anyone want to hack me? My site only has a few pages about my plumbing business, no use to a hacker…” etc. […]

WordPress critical security release

You are advised to update to WP 4.01. asap. If you have automatic updates implemented, this will take place … automatically. See this article for details: https://wordpress.org/news/2014/11/wordpress-4-0-1/ You have been warned…

Urgent security update

If your site uses the Custom Contact Forms plugin you should upgrade immediately to the latest version. Otherwise a hacker could take over your site. One of my clients has been affected already. Or consider replacing it with a different contact form plug-in. For full details, read this article.

New site: Home-Start East Surrey

Pleased to say another local Home-Start site is now live – Home-Start East Surrey being the third site for Home-Start that I have had the pleasure to build, following on from Home-Start Richmond and Home-Start Wandsworth. Home-Start is one of the UK’s leading family support charities and I am more than happy to offer this […]

Google+ and SEO? Yes, it works!

Perhaps not surprisingly, using Google+ does work if you’re hoping to improve your page ranking on Google. Here’s a proof. I wanted to spread the word about ProductPrint Pro, the WooCommerce extension to print the product page. I wasn’t having any joy ranking for ‘WooCommerce print product’ until I posted a short article on Google+. […]

New site: Book Clubs In Schools

Very pleased to announce the launch of another Togethernet site. Book Clubs In Schools (bookclubsinschools.org)  provides facilitated book clubs for children during curriculum time – reaching even the most reluctant reader and promoting a lifelong love of reading. They are currently seeking funding via crowdfunder to run a pilot programme. Find out more on the […]

ProductPrint Pro WooCommerce extension

ProductPrint Pro for WooCommerce launched

I’m delighted to announce that after extensive development (i.e. a lot of late nights), ProductPrint Pro for WooCommerce is now available for download from this website. The WooCommerce Print solution ProductPrint Pro makes it easy for  visitors to a WooCommerce store to print the product page for any product in the store. ProductPrint Pro is […]

New site: Amiwigs.co.uk

And hot on the heels of incotraining.co.uk comes another new Togethernet website: Amiwigs. amiwigs.co.uk is a total revamp of an existing WordPress site for wig maker Amy Holt, based in Richmond. It’s a fully fledged e-commerce site built using WooCommerce. Amy sells a wide variety of specialist items for wigs and to the film industry.  […]

New site: In-Company Training Services Ltd

I’m delighted to announce the launch of another Togethernet website, for another Teddington-based business. It’s been a pleasure to work with In-Company Training Services Ltd, and their new site is a complete revamp. The company provides expert training in employment law and people management, delivered on-site. Here’s the addess: www.incotraining.co.uk The site uses WooCommerce which […]