We’re delighted that EveryCity has become a part of our family, and we’re looking forward to what we can achieve together.
Displaying posts 1 - 12 of 27 in total
Are you having trouble with your WordPress site's emails not sending? Get them working again quickly and easily with our reliable, non-technical and free fixes.
I am delighted to report that we have now submitted the EGM letter to Nominet!
Krystal has launched PublicBenefit.UK - an operation to rescue Nominet, the guardian for 10.8M .UK domain names and one of the world’s top five registries.
Social responsibility is an integral part of our being. Krystal exists to help improve the planet through its actions and we are determined to leave a positive legacy.
Being an independently owned business means we get to choose exactly how we operate. This allows us to follow our own path, staying true to our ethos of being honest, reliable and trustworthy.
Last Friday 27th November, a group of brave volunteers from our Krystal team stayed awake for 36 hours to raise funds for Shelter, the UK’s leading housing and homelessness charity. So far they’ve managed to raise an incredible £1,807 (and counting) to help people whose lives are blighted by homelessness and bad housing conditions.
Today marks World Environment Day, which falls yearly on 5 June.
We’re delighted to announce that we have recently been accredited with the ISO 27001 certification - an international standard which demonstrates that a business is following best practice information security processes.
A large number of people are now working remotely with more to follow in the coming weeks. Making sure your business stays connected during this time is essential.
You've found your perfect domain, set up your Wordpress site, written a few blog posts but now you need images. Unless you are creating your own, you’ll need a good source for stock images!
Is there such a thing as too many plug-ins? It's great that Wordpress is open-source and as a result there are many great plug-ins out there, ranging from site security to additional functionality. It's easy to install them all and call it a day – but how many is too many, and why is that the case?