Welcome to Twiggled Blog, Here you can find posts about our upcoming updates, and new features we're going to implement in the future.
You can also find some little posts about using your computer, which you may find useful.
Funding our new CMS
We wanted to build our new CMS as fast as we could but it would be difficult for anyone to build a project of this scale, open source, without funding. We want to dedicate our time to this project with all our heart. So to do this we have put ourselves
So another year has come and gone and now we are all looking to 2017.
Here at Twiggled it has been an interesting 12 months. We have seen members of the team come and go and some make roots for a long future within our company. We have also started on the new version of our CMS
We here at Twiggled have worked collectively and on our own on many open source projects but have become lost with the direction that tends to lead away from something that benefits the community at large to benefit just one organisation or small group within the community.
Keeping your computer safe from the threats of the Internet should always be one of your highest priorities, and many threats exist on the Internet.
Should your computer fall victim to one of these threats, such as a virus or some spyware, your personal
Okay, so recently a few of our clients have been receiving malicious and fraudulent emails, for whatever reason, and they're designed to bait you and trick you into submitting valuable details regarding bank accounts, card numbers and such.
It’s time to take a seat and have a good long look at your website. It’s time to blow the dust off it and give it a fresh new start.
If your website is looking a bit dull and feels a little stale then it’s time to change things around a litt
Okay so, you’ve finished building a website, it’s fully complete, finalised, the lot. Think you’re finished? Not just yet!
You need to remember to keep your website updated regularly. Adding new information or any content at all to your website is a key role in attracting new c