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Apple Mac support in Edington, Bratton and Erlestoke

It’s been a busy few months here at Sweet-Apple whilst we moved a few miles from Corsham to Edington, a lovely village on the edge of Salisbury plain. We’ll still be providing Apple and Mac support to our old customers over towards … Continue reading

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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite – 8 months on…

Apple released OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” to the great unwashed in October 2014 after a long extended “public beta”. During that beta testing phase I would install it on a test partition, have a play, shrug my shoulders and generally … Continue reading

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When a bad website is worse than no website…

It’s been a very long time since we’ve written any news articles, mainly because we’ve been up to our neck in client work (which pays, whereas writing our own articles for SEO purposes only pays indirectly). But over the last … Continue reading

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New phone number – 01380 830224

Just a quick note to say we’ve moved to Edington, Wiltshire and hence have a new phone number. Please call on 01380 830244. If you need to drop off an unwell iMac or Macbook with us for some TLC there’s … Continue reading

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Showing country specific content on your Magento store

One of the beauties of Magento is the ability to create multiple stores from the same Magento backend. This enables you to create multiple language versions of your site with relative ease. However that may sometimes be overkill for what … Continue reading

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MacBook Air hard drive too small? Fit a bigger one!

One of the biggest problems with MacBook Air is the small hard drive they ship with. Solid State Hard drives are fantastic, but you’ll be surprised how quickly you manage to fill up even a 250GB SSD if you’ve got … Continue reading

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Adding custom field data into WordPress menus

One of the problems almost everyone has with developing CMS driven websites is generating navigation menus; particularly pretty or heavily customised menus that can be easily updated by the end user. WordPress (like Drupal) has a really excellent menu builder … Continue reading

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New MacBooks featuring USB3 – where now for Thunderbolt?

As widely anticipated, Apple have released updated MacBooks and MacBook Pros. Price points have generally stayed the same as before, but we’ve got some nice speed bumps and new features. Foremost among these is the introduction of USB3… Where now … Continue reading

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Creating routes for custom WordPress post types…

When you’re creating a somewhat more complex WordPress website, you might want to create some custom routes for any custom post types that you create. Whether this is to maximise SEO or just make the URLs a bit prettier, it’s … Continue reading

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Create custom Catalog navigation menus in Magento…

Out of the box, Magento will happily give you a quite nice navigation menus of your Catalog Categories, including drop-downs for sub-categories. You also get a number of utility classes added to the individual list items, such as ‘level0 nav-6 … Continue reading

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