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It’s Christmas! Can you believe it? We’re nearly at the end of another year and we’re really not sure where the time has gone. This is something we find ourselves saying more and more as each year passes... To ensure the health and safety of the whole team, we have...
The Gambit Nash team would like to welcome Eva McFadden to the expanding Gambit Nash team. Last month the entire Gambit Nash team met for the first time since the first UK lockdown back in March 2020. It was certainly an exciting time. After all, we have been keeping...
Before the project starting, workweargiant.co.uk had been running on a well-specced server, with adequate resources. Its main downfall was it was reliant on an outdated version of Woocommerce ( e-commerce suite built for WordPress ).
The team here at Gambit Nash are very pleased to announce that the Ian Kings Enterprises website has gone live.
The Gambit Nash team are thrilled to announce that the new Hallett Retail Logistics website has now gone live.
We’re pleased to announce that we have a brand new WordPress Developer joining our team. Ellis Crowther has come on board and hit the ground running.
You don’t need us to tell you that 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone. Spending a large portion of the year under a national lockdown without seeing friends, family and work colleagues has certainly been tough.
Multiple people are reporting that Google services are down. The majority of the services including Youtube, Google Search, Google Photos and Google Drive are all unresponsive.
The team here at Gambit Nash are pleased to announce that the Knowle and Dorridge Round Table website is now live. Who Are Knowle and Dorridge Round Table? The Knowle and Dorridge Round Table aren't anything to do with King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table...
TikTok has been the latest social media platform to take the world by storm. With over 800 million active users worldwide, the app has been downloaded more than 2 billion times on the App Store and Google Play Store.
Facebook has begun testing a new feature that will hide public-facing ‘like’ counts on user’s content. This means that only the creator of the post will be able to see who has ‘liked’ their content. Other on the social platform will only be able to see a limited number of reactions.
Tumblr, the social media/blogging platform that rose in popularity throughout the early 2010s has now been sold to Automattic. The parent company of Wordpress.