ATTENTION: NEW local phone number 088 1200 540. *
or 0478 294 599 or 0429 811 958
for all your Local Computing & Website needs.
NEW SHOP located at: 1 Reserve Road, Eudunda, SA, 5374. ***
Shop Open: 10:00AM to 5:30PM Mon – Fri
Note: There are times we are all out on jobs -
the shop may be temporarily closed,
So PLEASE why not give us a call to be sure first 088 1200 540
*** (situated on the road at the front of the Eudunda Area School,
drive around the corner – its the gray house on the left,
come to the small gate (archway) )
Web South have been using Windows 8 for some time.
- New Tablets Available 30/05/2013TweetSharebar TweetNew Android Tablets available from Web South at great prices, see in store. For more details click here for Tablet Page.
- WordPress 10th Anniversary – May 27, 2013 28/05/2013TweetSharebar TweetMay 27, 2013 Here at Web South we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the very first WordPress release in 2003! WordPress is now our main focus for web development. We would like to acknowledge the fantastic developments in WordPress and its plug-ins done by the WordPress community. HAPPY BIRTHDAY WORDPRESS!
- Totally Locally Eudunda Launch 4th May 04/05/2013TweetSharebar TweetWe had a preview at the Eudunda Christmas Street Parade, Now we get to see the full blown promotion in action. Totally Locally Eudunda will launch at 8:30am. Unfortunately – not quite sure if it is at the Eudunda Post Office (where Garage Sale Maps being sold) or in the Main Street of Eudunda. If you want to see the launch get there a bit earlier and ask at the Post Office. We wish them all the best. http://eudunda.net/portal/totally-locally-eudunda/
- WordPress Attacks current at moment 03/05/2013TweetSharebar TweetJust wanted to let everyone know that at the moment some very bad people are trying very hard to get access to WordPress websites, by running automated software. If you are running on WordPress and hosted on Web South, and not already using a plugin called ‘limit login attempts’ then please contact us at Web South if you dont know how to install it yourself. The plugin will severely slow them down in trying to bust your passwords and hopefully they will go away. Part of the software allows you to be emailed with reports – don’t panic if there are lots of listings of them trying to get in to the site. Cheers PeteH
- WordPress Plugin Social Media Widget Hiding Spam 16/04/2013TweetSharebar TweetAlthough we don’t use this plugin, you may have chosen to do so. From the Sucuri Blog Daniel Cid and Tony Perez writes this warning. If you are using the WordPress Social Media Widget plugin (social-media-widget), make sure to remove it immediately from your website. We discovered it is being used to inject spam into websites and it has also been removed from the WordPress Plugin repository. This is a very popular plugin with more than 900,000 downloads. It has the potential to impact a lot of websites. Read the full article on their blog.
- Mouse House on Bruce 17/03/2013TweetSharebar TweetNew website. Luxury accommodation for two in Bruce Street, Eudunda. A place to unwind and visite a varied landscape and itinerary of destinations in eudunda, Kapunda, Clare Valley, Barossa Valley and the Riverland in South Australia. why not check them out at http://mousehouseonbruce.com.au
- tothill olive grove 17/03/2013TweetSharebar TweetNew website. Certified Organic Producers of Table Olives, Olive Oil and Garlic. Based in the beautiful Tothill Ranges just north of Robertstown in South Australia. why not check them out at http://tothillolives.com.au
- Warning: Russian .ru email SPAM on the rise, plus more 14/02/2013TweetSharebar TweetHere at Web South we monitor what is happening with emails and just wanted to warn people to be really careful with emails. Just at the moment there has been a big increase in emails coming from Russia. Everything from ‘Liking your profile (Russian Brides) to non readable (for us) Russian Cyrillic – this one should be easy to recognize and delete. The email SPAMMERS are getting cleverer too – some are coming through from web forms that we know are protected with Captcha (you have to read the text and enter it). Yahoo emails are still spewing out with viruses – Continuing on from a previous report on Yahoo emails being hacked (and update) seems that it hasn’t slowed up yet so take care with them. So I suggest to be safe: (and by no means does this make it a perfect solution)