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Recently, CERN celebrated 20 years of the free, open World Wide Web by re-posting the very first web page (you can see it in all it’s terrible non-glory here: One glance shows you why the WWW took off so quickly: This was something just about anyone could do. If you learned about a dozen […]

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Responsive Web Design – For the Multi-Screen World

The rise in mobile web usage has brought the Responsive Website Design phenomenon into limelight. This infographic explains what responsive web design is all about and uses statistics to support the idea that it is a better alternative to dedicated mobile websites. This infographic explains the need to move towards a Responsive Web Design to […]

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The Advantages of Mobile Websites

We’e seen it all. After working with so many clients on so many websites, it would be surprising if we hadn’t. But we can still be surprised – like when new clients tell us they’re not concerned about optimising their site for mobile platforms. Usually this is because they think that just because smartphones and […]

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Marketing Grader – Hot New Tool to Maximize Your Website’s Marketing

Marketing is where it’s at in the online business world. If you haven’t mastered this, you make it more difficult to succeed through your website. And this is why we’re excited to review Hubspot’s new and free online Marketing Grader. It’s simple to use, and even though it’s still in Beta and a little buggy […]

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Joomla Security Problems: How to Keep Your Website Safe

Joomla Security Problems Start with Versions Got Joomla security problems? Well, I hope not! But Joomla recently deprecated version 1.5.x. That means they no longer support that version. This also means that if you are still using version 1.5, then you will likely not know about any security vulnerabilities until they strike your website. Ouch! […]

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