Gutenberg: a major change to WordPress coming soon On the 19th November, WordPress is going to make a major change to how we interact with the world: the CMS is changing and will look and behave very differently. That matters because WordPress powers 30% of the entire internet. What is the CMS? The CMS or… Continue reading Gutenberg: a new window on the world
Two weeks ago, I blogged about a number of firms whose sites were not secured. By not secure, I mean that Chrome, the world's most used browser, warns you not to exchange any data with them as it may be stolen. That would include personal details (logins), downloads forms (name and passwords), or credit cards… Continue reading HTTPS: Feeling insecure? An update on law firm web security
Walking past Salvatore’s On Monday mornings, I walk past Salvatore’s. On Wednesday mornings, I walk past Salvatore’s. On Thursday mornings, I walk past Salvatore’s. On Mondays, Salvatore gives me a quick wave or a smile through the window. On Wednesdays, I don’t see him. On most Thursdays, Salvatore is at his door and he says… Continue reading CRM, Italian style
The wwworld has changed. Time was when a www. before something and a .com at the end was all you needed to conquer the internet. No more. Beyond a hashtag and an influencer, the latest must-have accessory for a law firm website is the letter 's'. https:// is how your web address should begin nowadays.… Continue reading Https: Are law firms’ websites secure?
Control the message It's time to consign website PDFs to history. Yes, PDFs are much beloved by the legal community. The rationale is pretty clear: PDFs provide a safe way to present information without the fear of anyone editing it. The problem is that that control comes at a massive cost: readership. People who I… Continue reading Time for a reboot on PDFs: Control, alt, delete?