Don’t Forget Old Technology

Right, look at the image on the left and tell me that it doesn’t make you smile. You might not want one but the vast majority of us have a very special place in our memories for the old VW camper. However a close look at this particular camper shows you that it’s in great […]

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Global Edge

Global Edge Services: Hosting, Domain Admin Year: 2011 One of the directors from Global Edge decided they wanted to move from their existing host as they were experiencing all too frequent periods of downtime. They owned 2 domains – theglobaledge.com and theglobaledge.co.uk. The site was recreated in WordPress (the existing site was a custom CMS) […]

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Rob Steed

Rob Steed Services: Hosting, Domain Admin Year: 2011 Rob Steed is a business consultant based in Cambridgeshire who has worked all over the world (over 40 countries and counting). He needed to move from his current web host and as an existing customer (he’s a director of Global Edge) he brought his own website to […]

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Little Windmills

Little Windmills Services: Hosting, Domain Admin, Website Transfer Year: 2011 Little Windmills came to me via JoRiches.com. I do a lot of hosting for Jo’s business and she shares my love of WordPress. Jo’s company uses WordPress as their development platform as it makes for an easily maintained website for her clients. The original hosting […]

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Lee Lewis – Artist

LeeArt.co.uk Services Provided: Hosting, design, training. Year: 2011. Lee is a painter based in Shropshire and asked me to produce a website for her to act as a gallery on the web for her. Art websites are always quite a challenge as the design mustn’t detract from the art work so design needs to be […]

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Noteboards by Rebecca Claire

Noteboards by Rebecca Claire Services Provided: Hosting, design, training. Year: 2011. Rebecca needed an easy to update website that she could use to display her fabulous noteboards. She already had a colour scheme but apart from that this site was built from scratch. The site comprises a scrolling image slider on the home page which […]

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How to cope with old browsers

When Google speaks I tend to listen. When I read an article on the BBC News website that Google has decided to start withdrawing support for older browsers such as Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Safari 3, Firefox 3.5 I could almost hear the sigh of relief from web developers the world over. Why am […]

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Where to start

You know how to use Google and send and receive email but when the time comes to actually deliver a website where do you start? Websites are not the preserve of the technically gifted or the super rich and they should be available to all. If the thought of commissioning a website leaves your breaking […]

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The Domain Doctor

The last of my blog updates for today. Your domain name is a crucial part of your website strategy. Getting it right like all things web related needs careful consideration. Domain Doctor WebDO will see you now. As mentioned in my Website Roadmap getting the right domain name is really important. Here are a few […]

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He said what?

Gordon got in to a fair bit of trouble with his terminology but at least he used language that was very clearly understood. However the world of websites and hosting is populated by tech speaking geeks and nerds who take pleasure in speaking a language all of their own that their customers don’t often understand. […]

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