Guest Blog Posts

  • Schema - what is it and how do I use it?

    Written For Liquid Light

    Schema markup is a method of adding extra tags to your website in order to help machines, such as Google, understand the data. It can help identity key bits of information such as your address or reviews of your services. This enables users find you or trust you quicker. This blog post explains more about Schema and how you can use it.

  • How can I verify my Google Event Tracking is working?

    Written For Liquid Light

    Validating your Google Event tracking is working can be a tricky business. This blog post walks you through checking the data being sent to Google Analytics, so you can verify the information is correct.

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  • Navigation drop-downs. Should they be hover or click?

    Written For Liquid Light

    Navigation drop-downs, or mega menus as they are sometimes dubbed, are becoming more and more common on the web. A drop-down menu is a navigation block which appears when a link is clicked (or hovered). This article explores why you should consider having your drop-down navigation on click.

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  • Render Conf 30th March 2017 - A review

    Written For Liquid Light

    On 30th March, I took the many trains over the many hours required to get to Oxford from Brighton and attended Render Conf. In it’s second year, this conference already seems to have gained quite an online following. The line-up was jam-packed full of reputable names you’ve heard and people with brains jam-packed full of info.

  • How can I score 100 on Google PageSpeed Insights?

    Written For Liquid Light

    PageSpeed Insights (PSI) is a tool developed by Google to rank the speed of your website. There are a few things it doesn’t look out for, such as code validation or usability but it’s a good starting point at getting your site up to scratch.

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  • What's new in Feefo v3?

    Written For Liquid Light

    Feefo, the customer feedback and review website, launched version 3 of their product at the end of September. Although customers had no choice to be updated to version 3, what does this mean for users, customers and developers using the platform?

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