… and we’ll make sure your website lives up to them.
To make internet a better place to visit, it is important that both browsers and Web developers follow the Web standards.
Web standards are created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and ensure that when we design and code a website for you, that website can grow with technology and your web visitors. Continue reading We Have Standards!→
The goals, the tricks, the celebrations, the ball, the fans; there are so many reasons to love the #worldcup and we’ve enjoyed following all things Brazil 2014 not least on our beloved web! Continue reading Our Top 5 Football Websites→
In October 2013 Ann went on a pilgrimage with her sister and the Diocese of Leicester to Israel. The trip was split between Jerusalem and the shores of the Sea of Galilee. The pilgrimage visited all the main Christian sites including Bethlehem, Nazareth and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. They walked the Via Delarosa (the Stations of the Cross) as dawn broke across the old city of Jerusalem, watched the sun set over the Sea of Galilee; baked in the desert ruins of Masada and floated in the Dead Sea. Continue reading Walking for Nablus→
Are you needing to develop a new website for your business in 2013 but are worried about how you are going to find the money to pay for it in these difficult economic times. After all a good new website can cost from something like £500 to… well, the sky’s the limit. Continue reading Finance for a New Website→
This isn’t a big list of all sorts of WordPress plugins you could use on your site, but more of a list of my favourate plugins. The plugins I regard as essential for the basic functionality I want. Continue reading Essential WordPress Plugins→