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Mark Fouche

As Pixel Fish's Digital Creative Director, Mark is responsible for overseeing all of the digital design that leaves the studio.
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10 Top Reasons to use Gravity Forms

Posted by Mark Fouche on Jun 19, 2018

Gravity Forms is an advanced forms plugin, purpose built for WordPress sites. If you aren’t already using Gravity Forms, it will be worth your time investigating this functional, powerful and customisable product and its many features.

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Topics: Website Design, Website Plugins

10 tips for creating the perfect website footer

Posted by Mark Fouche on May 22, 2018

There are a few essential elements of great website footer design you need to consider when creating your website.

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Topics: Website Design

7 Tips to Optimise Your E-Commerce Product Pages

Posted by Mark Fouche on Apr 10, 2018

In e-commerce, product purchases matter above all. Your business growth depends on not just driving visitors to your website, but converting these visitors through customers before they leave your site. But how can you get to that point? Here are 7 tips that help you optimise your product pages for better and most sustainable e-commerce success.

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Topics: eCommerce

Maintaining Your WordPress Site: What You Need to Know

Posted by Mark Fouche on Mar 27, 2018

WordPress can seem like one of the most straightforward and user-friendly platforms on the planet. Yet even a platform as intuitive as WordPress requires regular maintenance: backups to prevent potential data loss; updates to keep your site optimized; anti-spam software to guard against comment spam; security measures to guard against hacks; and various other best practices to keep your site as good as new. Here's what you need to know about Maintaining Your WordPress Site.

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Topics: WordPress, Website Hosting, Website Security

What to Do With Your Website 404 Page

Posted by Mark Fouche on Mar 13, 2018

Navigating a website is something that almost all modern consumers know how to do. They can find their way around your products and services pages, browse the 'about us' and peruse your news section but sometimes something goes wrong. Here's What to Do With Your Website 404 Page.

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Topics: Website Design