Useful Tips & Articles for Website Owners
How to use your online web presence to make your company greener....
If you are tired of being targeted by unscrpulous companies with a barrage of 'spam' email offering weight loss schemes, 'investment' opportunities, online gambling, etc, you should give serious thought to the consequences of revealing your email address on a website..... Read more on avoiding spam
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the means by which designers modify websites to help them to get the best possible ranking in the major search engines such as Google.... Read more on SEO
The Opera Mini Simulator gives a live demo of what websites look like on a mobile. Simply type your domain name into the address bar at the top of the simulator's screen and you will be able to browse your own website as if viewing it on a mobile phone.
Obfuscating or 'scrambling' your mailto link helps to confuse the spambots, but is not a sure-fire way to protect your email address from being harvested. The best way to do this is to have a contact form on your website. A contact form not only hides your email address from spam robots, but allows you to request contact details which you might like for for future marketing purposes, such as name, address, telephone number etc.
Guides for Website Requirements
A brief outline of what company information you are expected to include on your website.
Links from BusinessLink.gov.uk showing sample policies and notices for use on the web.
A quick guide to the regulations as they relate to internet sales...
If you gather information on customers or potential customers you may need to register....
Styling Tips for the adventurous!
Tips for styling websites using CSS. Read more on CSS tips
Twitter have gone mad and removed their html option, but it is still possible to add an html widget to your site and style it to match your web design....