WordPress 4.8 has been released. What's new? Widgets

Brilliant News! WordPress 4.8 has been released and it has some great new functionality to improve and ease your use of the software. From the release statement: Though some updates seem minor, they’ve been built by hundreds of contributors with you in mind. Get ready for new features you’ll welcome like an old friend: link improvements, ... Read More »

9th Jun 2017
WordPress 4.7.5 Released ~ Recommended Update

WordPress have released version 4.7.5 which is a security release and addresses six known issue within WordPress core. That being said there is precedent back in January where a major vulnerability was delaying in it's announcement due to it's severity. You can ready the the full announcement here: WordPress 4.7.5 Security and Maintenance ... Read More »

17th May 2017
Update to our PHP versions

We are really happy to let you know that we have updated the version of PHP that we offer to run your websites. These can be selected via the "Select PHP Version" feature in your Cpanel dashboard. The updated version are: PHP5.6 ~ Has updated to ea-php56-php-5.6.27-1 PHP7.0 ~ Has updated to ea-php70-php-7.0.12-1 PHP7.1 ~ Has updated to ... Read More »

19th Oct 2016
Free SSL certificate with every web hosting package

</encode> is pleased to announce that we now offer free Let's encrypt SSL certificates to every one of our customers. This is a free service that will be offered with every web hosting package. It is already enabled and ready to use for all customers. What is Let's encrypt? Unsurprisingly some of our customers or prospects do not know what ... Read More »

13th May 2016
Updated version of Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook®

An updated version of Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook® (GAMMO) is now available:What's New Click-To-Run editions of Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 are now supported. Windows 10 is now supported. Migrates email using the Gmail API. Removed deprecated 2-legged OAuth command line ... Read More »

5th Oct 2015
Upcoming change to Google Calendar URL: www.google.com/calendar

In an effort to further increase security, in the coming weeks Google will be changing the main Google Calendar URL from 'www.google.com/calendar' to 'calendar.google.com.'Following the launch, the old Calendar url will simply redirect to the new one, so the overall impact of this change on Google Apps customers should be minimal. A few things ... Read More »

9th Sep 2015
Change of Name, Same Great Service

We have some great news that we would like to share with you. Two years ago today we started our company under the name of BatchHeader, offering small business' websites across Warwickshire and helping customers find their place on the web. We transitioned to our new fully managed platform last year giving us the power, flexibility and tools that ... Read More »

31st Jul 2015
How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site

This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare.  CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with BatchHeader If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, our value proposition is simple: we’ll ... Read More »

30th Sep 2014
Supporting your customers

Manage and supporting your customers with our market leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and support software. Internal systems for Supporting your Customers SugarCRM Keep track of your customer relationships and manage customer accounts, contacts, sales leads, calls, meetings from one dashboard. Additionally you can view your ... Read More »

22nd Apr 2014
How to embed a Youtube video in a WordPress site

As we have previously discussed in "Why use video on your website?", that video is a very powerful media to have on your website as it keeps your users involved and increases the engagement. So you have listened and created a company video that you would like to include on your WordPress website but how do you go about that and how to make it ... Read More »

12th Apr 2014