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Ross Ross Update

Introducing the all-new CMS:42 in 2022

16th March 2022

CMS:42 is a powerful, custom developed Content Management System developed in-house by the Webnetism team in Cheltenham, UK.

Tim Tim Update

How the approach to web design has evolved over the past decade.

14th December 2021

May 8th 2021 marked my ten-year anniversary at Webnetism, so I’m a little late with this blog post, but as the year comes to an end, I thought it would be a good time to look back at how the approach to website design has changed in the past 10 years.

Ross Ross Update

Webnetism no longer support Internet Explorer (IE) 11 browser as standard

6th December 2021

We no longer develop and test for browser support in Internet Explorer (IE) 11 & previous versions of IE.

Harry Harry Tech

Implementing 'New Pic On The Block'

29th November 2021

This is a technical follow up to the recent blog post “NEW PIC ON THE BLOCK”. To recap there is a new(ish) picture format called avif (or AV1 image compression format). This blog is to show you what we can do to automate implementing this (and webp) in your website without you having to spend a frankly enormous time converting your images.

Tim Tim Tech

New Pic on the Block

15th October 2021

WebP move over, here comes AVIF! That's right there's a new kind of image compression and it's even better.

Dan Dan Tech

Automating Page Insights and Lighthouse

10th September 2021

The API we’re implementing will allow you to see how your site and pages perform as time passes and as your site changes.

Harry Harry Tech

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)

27th August 2021

What technical things can we do to improve our CLS score?

Harry Harry Tech

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) in 2021

12th August 2021

One of the things that we often need to do is to optimise a website for search engines. It’s a bit of a mysterious art so let's find out more...

Tim Tim Tech

Core Web Vitals - Cumulative Layout Shift

6th August 2021

Lets look at Google's Core Web Vitals. Starting with Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS), what is it and why should we care?

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