Stuart Taylor
Stu Taylor is the Director of Digital Development here at Rouge Media. He drives the technology strategy and heads a superstars team of front-end and back-end developers, delivering websites, web-apps and clever digital marketing stuff.
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Securing Your WordPress Website

Securing Your WordPress Website

Why Bother Securing Your WordPress Site? There are some that regard WordPress as being liable to hacking attempts because it uses Open Source code. They say that by its very…

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What is the Domain Name System (DNS)

What is the Domain Name System (DNS)

Domains – How do they work? As a website owner or administrator, you’ve no doubt come across the terms domain or domain name system (DNS). Much like a phone or…

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Website ABC – Agency Speak

Website ABC – Agency Speak

You’re a digital marketing professional, but do you know your CMS from your CRM, your LAMP from your post? Here at Rouge, we like to think we’re a plain-speaking bunch,…

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Drupal vs WordPress a CMS Comparison

Drupal vs WordPress a CMS Comparison

If you’re thinking of launching a website, then you will need some form of Content Management System (CMS) to power it. Gone are the days when you would write your…

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Web Accessibility Standards and Why They Are Important

Web Accessibility Standards and Why They Are Important

Making the Web Accessible to All It is a sad fact that in the UK alone some 11 million people suffer from a disability (http://www.disabilitysport.org.uk/facts-and-figures-about-disabled-people-in-the-uk.html). Nearly 2 million of these…

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Selecting a WordPress Development Agency

Selecting a WordPress Development Agency

Please visit our portfolio if you’re looking for examples of our WordPress web design and development. When a business is looking for a web developer, they sometimes forget that besides…

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The Pros and Cons of Using WordPress

The Pros and Cons of Using WordPress

The Growth of WordPress There is no doubt that the number of websites that use WordPress continues to grow at break neck speed. There are many reasons for this, one…

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