A reminder that all of our prices etc on this website and elsewhere are given in US dollars. For the convenience of our clients, we are happy to accept payment in a number of other currencies but, unless stated otherwise … Continue reading →
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We’d like to say “Hoorah” but this miserable episode does not deserve even a small pat on the back. Nevertheless FINALLY – after some eight (YES EIGHT) weeks, Book A Bach’s technical support people have managed to fix the fault … Continue reading →
It is now more than seven weeks that our client has been patiently waiting for Book A Bach’s solution-challenged technical support department to fix their bookings synchronisation problem. How bad can it get? Not much worse than this!
Still our client waits for Book A Bach to resolve a technical issue reported to them over six weeks ago. (See previous post). Either they are totally uncaring or out of their depth. How can they live with themselves?
We now have been waiting more than four weeks for NZ holiday home listing website BookABach.co.nz to fix a fault on their website which is preventing the synchronisation of bookings made on our client’s website with the availability shown on … Continue reading →
Founder, Matt Mullenweg, recently announced that WordPress will require all hosts to have HTTPS in place before the end of 2017 without which certain WordPress features will cease to function. If you already have HTTPS, this should not affect you. But if you’re … Continue reading →
Over the past couple of weeks and behind the scenes we’ve been quietly rolling out some web server changes that will have dramatically decreased the load times of our clients’ website(s). What’s more, unlike other companies that charge extra for … Continue reading →
It is now the time to move ALL websites over to HTTPS …… and EVERY new website should be built with it from the outset. In a few years’ time (and possibly much sooner) EVERY website will be secured through … Continue reading →
This is an extremely important announcement! Further to our previous post, if you have not already done so, you need to take action now. In the last two weeks, over 50,000 WordPress websites have been hacked due to a major … Continue reading →
If you have not already updated your WordPress website(s) to WordPress 4.7.2, you should do so immediately. While three WordPress security vulnerability fixes were disclosed last week, the disclosure of an additional security fix in WordPress 4.7.2 was announced yesterday. … Continue reading →
We wish everyone a wonderful Christmas 2016 and a happy, healthy and peaceful New Year 2017 … Continue reading →