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Centurion Garage

UPDATE: This Website is now complete and live, the website was made for Centurion Garage  New Website under development for a new client Centurion Garage, Dunholme Watch it Develop @  Will eventually replace the website @  The website is Live @ 

Why make a WordPress Plugin

When adding functionality to your WordPress website you would usually add a pre-made plugin, usually for the WordPress Repository if you can find what you need. You may find a piece of code you want to add to your sites…

Micro UK Computers

A website for Micro UK Computers, in  Lincoln. I did this website a number of years ago while working at Micro UK as a computer engineer. I worked there for nearly 10 years. See the website @ 

LincsBikers

Community Website for the for Bikers of Lincolnshire. This website was built in 2012, for myself. It is an ongoing project This project includes a Facebook page, a Facebook group, a Twitter account and an Instagram account, all mananged by…

Budin.ga Hosting

A website I did for Myself This is websites explains the hosting that I can do from hosting on my fully reliable self-hosted home server and some of the other servers I rent from various sources This website has a beautiful video header…

HewittDesign

A website I did for Lee Hewitt Design’s (my brother’s company) This is on the Complete Design and Hosting Package as he didn’t want to have to keep an eye on the website (make sure it was up and running…

D W Removals

A website I did for D W Removals a Removals company in Lincoln This is on the Complete Design and Hosting Package as he didn’t want to have to keep an eye on the website (make sure it was up…

JDC Plumbing & Tiling

10 Feb 2021 – This website has just received a complete makeover. New website for a client just under development for a plumbing and tiling business Website is now complete but pages and projects are being added when needed for…

How to Force https on WordPress

To force https: on a WordPress Website without a plugin, you can add the code below to the top of your current .htaccess file. I would do this when you first install your WordPress site to avoid the mixed content…