Website Design Blog

Hi, my name is Neil Forrester. I am the owner and web designer of Pixelfire web design Geelong. As the owner of Pixelfire, I am passionate about creating good looking websites and equally passionate about understanding what it takes to get a website onto page one of Google. When I discover something new, I like to share the knowledge here on my blog. I hope you find my articles informative, interesting and helpful in your website design endeavours.

Best wishes,

Neil Forrester - Pixelfire web design owner

JCRC-Events - Wedding Planners Melbourne
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April 9, 2019

JCRC-Events – Wedding Event Planners

JCRC-Events - Wedding Planners Melbourne - Styling & Floral Design Pixelfire were recently asked to design and build the JCRC-Events website by business owner Jacqueline Brudenell. In addition to the website design we also provided our graphic design skills in creating the sleek looking JCRC-Events logo design. It's always a…
Commodo Secure SSL
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November 14, 2018

Comodo EV SSL Installation & Order Process

Most web hosting companies now provide and install free SSL certificates. These types of certificates are fine for most sites but if you have an ecommerce website it’s advised that you installed a paid bank grade EV SSL certificate which comes with a greenbar. The image below illustrate an example…
Website Hosting Geelong
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September 11, 2018

Managed website hosting means peace of mind

When we build websites, we develop our clients websites on our servers and provide a 'managed web hosting'. Managed web hosting means we look after your website investment, keeping your site up to date and secure so you don't have to. Sometimes, we get asked the question 'Can I host…
What is an SSL certificate - protect your website today
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August 21, 2018

What is an SSL certificate and does my site need one?

In February 2018 Google announced that it would warn visitors to websites that don't have an SSL certificate installed. Websites without an SSL certificate install now trigger a warning on Google Chrome that it might not be safe to view the content. Most people who see this warning will leave…