McKenna Web Design are delighted to announce they have agreed to sponsor the naming rights to the home of Castlecroft Rangers which shall now be known as The McKenna Web Bowl. It is a pleasure to take the opportunity presented by Castlecroft Chairman Dave Brook as we share their passion for Grassroots football and firmly believe in the hard work being carried out by all at the club.
Castlecroft currently play in the Birmingham AFA Sixth Division, sitting in 7th position and their main shirt sponsor is Balls to Cancer who do great work raising funds and giving support and advice to the suffers of that terrible disease. As part of the Sponsorship Deal McKenna Web Blog will carry a copy of every Castlecroft Match Report to help promote the club and their bid to keep progressing up the pyramid in English Football.
Heres to a long a fruitful partnership between ourselves and Castlecroft Rangers
Its been a busy first full month of trading here at McKenna Web Design. With the launch of our first new client site Anderson Locksmiths as well as the exciting news of Fire Security Electrical Ltd signing up for a site with us.
Continued work with Art by Mary Crowley which has saw our optimisationwork land the site on the first page of google.ie for the term Online Gallery, no mean feat considering the term returns 3,020,000,000 results, being listed number 3 shows that optimisation works!
Our first ever Client Saint Anthony’s FC have commissioned a redesign of their websiteand this should be in place for the start of the new season.
On top of the development work,we continue to look for more clients and with great deals that we have on offer, look forward to announcing more deals in the near future. Its a challenge but one we here at McKenna are relishing
Remember…..Web Design needn’t cost the earth with McKenna
Have passwords had their day? Is there now a safer way to protect our access on the myriad of different sites that we use on a daily basis? It would appear the powers that be at Google believe so, in an article on wired.co.uk Google outlines a couple of methods they are looking at to replace passwords and on the surface they seem like a good idea, obviously there will be issues to be ironed out, what happens if its lost? How quickly can access be restored? What if the device is stolen? But we assume that will be taken care of before any launch. On the other side of the coin It may cut down on the amount of phishing emails sent out, leaving our inboxes free from scam after scam. It should also remove the need for complex passwords so no more SaY67$.Kod just simple, easy to remember passwords. We feel something has to be done, and Google appears to be heading in the right direction in our opinion.
Let us know your opinions
The first brand new website of McKenna Web Design’s new venture went live this evening with the publication of Glasgow Mobile Locksmith Company Anderson Locksmiths brand new website,http://www.andersonlocksmiths.co.uk Owner of the Client, Craig Anderson was delighted with the new site saying “I love it, it’s exactly what I was looking for and the price was very competitive”. Anderson Locksmith’s have also signed a Maintenance deal with McKenna to make sure their site is fully kept up to date and streamlined. Always good to have a happy client, especially your first as a fully fledged business
We are delighted to announce that FireSec Electrical Ltd have become the latest member of the McKenna Web Design family. Firesec Electrical are based in Birmingham and we look forward to working with them on the set up of their brand new website over the coming weeks
Have you ever went to upgrade your WordPress site only for it to hang during the update and then your site gets stuck with the message “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance” This can be frustrating as the message tells you to try again in a minute but never actually comes out of the maintenance mode. The reason behind this is that the maintenance file is not deleted from the root folder of your blog. In order to regain full access to your site just use FTP to delete the Maintenance file from the root folder your WordPress site is in and check your site again. The problem should then be rectified and your site should work as normal again