Author Archives: WebHolism

About WebHolism

We're an eco-loving, organic pixel creating, solar powered website conjurer who lives to help companies discover their awesome potential. Our specialities are green web design and ethical SEO. We also give really good hugs.

Which hosting is best for WordPress?

Who Offers the Best Web Hosting for WordPress and Joomla Websites?

Editor’s note: We like to come back to this page on a regular basis to review our recommendations, and as of 2014, 2015 and now 2016, we continue to recommend SiteGround as being the best quality hosting provider for WordPress website hosting and Joomla website hosting.

Kissing a Lot of Frogs to Find a Prince

We have worked with numerous hosting companies over the last decade. Some have been passable, and some have been headache-ridden nightmares.  A rare gem, however, has stood out and continues to be the hosting company that we recommended to our clients year after year.  That rare gem is SiteGround. Continue reading

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How To Update Your Joomla 2.5 Website Content – Advanced

Click the below links for easy step-by-step instructions on how to:


Log into your website Upload an image
Administer your website Add an image – Basic
Edit your website content Add an image – Advanced
Add a hyperlink Remove an image
Remove a hyperlink Change an image


Add a page Add a page to your menu
Edit a module Remove a page from your menu
Change the order of your menu

Looking for Joomla 1.5 instructions? Click here: How To Update Your Joomla 1.5 Website Content Continue reading

WordPress – QTranslate and Yoast SEO

Translating Websites

A client’s WordPress website needed some love in regards to its SEO and as it is a multilingual site, it has QTranslate in combination with Yoast SEO.

For the most part these 2 plugins work great individually, but when combined there are some serious issues with SEO of foreign languages with regards to meta title and meta description tags for pages and posts. Continue reading

Using Google Tag Manager for Google Analytics

Google Tag Manager

Always one to want to try out new things, I have been toying with the idea of using Google Tag Manager for a few weeks now.  There have been a few deadlines however and I have been postponed in my investigations and subsequent playtime.  That all changed today.

I had been asked to do some work for a family member and whilst I could get away with adding a the GA code into the <head> tag as is usual, I thought I would use this as an opportunity to play with the Google Tag Manager.

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