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Word up! Tickbox technical director Daryl Phillips explains recent changes to WordPress and Tickbox’s approach to upgrading your site

It’s been a week (or so) since WordPress 5.0 (Bebo) was released. Some of you may have seen, upgraded or received an update notification about it. It's the biggest update so far for Wordpress. The main focal point centred around the rich…

Volunteer Makers rises to university’s challenge

Oxford and Cambridge have long been associated with students – but it was Volunteer Makers’ message that was being studied there in a busy month for Volunteer Makers and the Tickbox team. May began with a training day for staff at University…
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Google security changes mean you may need an SSL certificate

Changes to how Google Chrome treats standard HTTP websites mean that sites which collect any form of data - even simple contact forms or site search - will need a security certificate or risk being labelled as "not secure".

National arboretum website builds on community engagement

Our new website for Friends Of Westonbirt Arboretum puts the organisations community at the heart of its online activity, with public fundraising tools and online resources for members.
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New year, new sites, for busy Tickbox

It may have been a cold January, but there was no hibernating for the busy bees in our development team with two new sites launching in the month. First up, we sprinkled some digital magic with an upgraded site for the Friends of Westonbirt…

Volunteer Makers start the year with stilettos, armour and dreaming spires

If 2017 was a busy year for Claire Sully and the Tickbox team as Volunteer Makers caught imaginations up and down the country, so 2018 has continued to build on that momentum. Claire led Volunteer Makers workshops at the Royal Armories Leeds…

2017- still ticking all the boxes

During 2017 our development team has been busy with several major site relaunches for prestige customers.  While we have also run a national programme of tech and training (Volunteer Makers) supported by Arts Council England. The year…

Riding the wave of the volunteering revolution

Tickbox has long been involved in creating innovative technology ideas with organisations for and with arts, heritage, charities and community organisations. As a marketing and technology company we strove to create a digital platform along…
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Tickbox launches largest national programme on Future of Volunteering for museums

A two-year Arts Council England-funded programme to help museums attract the next generation of volunteers is launching with two regional seminars in London and the North West in January.