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Bespoke web site design

Many web site designers will build web sites from a predesigned template. Web site templates permit a fast delivery because the structure and design of a web site is already built.

Uploading files to your web site with FTP

FTP is an acronym for File Transfer Protocol. FTP is used to transfer files over a network, such as the internet.

Avoiding Black Hat SEO

SEO, an acronym for Search Engine Optimisation, is the process of gaining website page rank in Google search engine results.

What is PHP and what is it used for?

PHP (recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development.

Online Software Systems and Web Development

Many businesses around the world run their organisations with software that runs live on a server.

Using Flash in web sites

Flash is a powerful software package used to add fluid animations, video and interactivity to web sites.

Logo design considerations

Company logos convey brand, style, strength and represent your company to the world.

Transferring data securely across the internet

Most data from web pages on the internet are transferred to your browser without any encryption.

Lost USB sticks can be a security risk

I can’t imagine how many USB sticks have been lost by company employees (and bosses) since their introduction.

The power of web site javascript

In the early days of the internet, a website would consist of a static HTML page that consisted mostly of text and maybe one or two images. Hyperlinks would take you to other pages of the web site. Images were kept lean so that they wouldn’t take an eternity to load – these were the days of the dial-up modem.

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