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Ben

Ben 12th July 2018 Tech

CSS3 Multiple column layout

Multiple column layout is a CSS3 feature that allows us to define a number of columns we want our block of text to be split up into. The two most commonly used properties are column-count and column-width. Count allowing you to set how many columns will appear and width setting a minimum desired width each column should be.

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Chris

Chris 4th April 2018 GDPR

Re-permission strategies for your marketing campaigns

Under the new GDPR laws, taking effect from the 25th May, many companies are required to re-gain consent in order to send marketing communications to their customers. This post looks at some of the best examples we’ve seen so far.

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Chris

Chris 19th March 2018 Marketing

How to increase traffic to my website

On completion of a new website we’re often asked by our clients, how do I increase traffic? This post gives you some quick tips for the digital marketing novice.

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Simon

Simon 28th February 2018 Other

Webnetism at Apprenticeship Evening

On the 28th March we'll be at the Gloucestershire College Apprenticeship Open Evening. If you're in the tech industry, come and say hello!

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Chris

Chris 19th February 2018 GDPR

GDPR Checklist

With May 25th fast approaching we’ve put together a series of questions to ask your business to ensure you’re GDPR ready.

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Paul

Paul 14th February 2018 Tech

Chrome to mark non-secure websites

Last week Google announced that from July 2018 it would begin marking all HTTP sites as “Not secure”. This comes as no great surprise as Google has previously stated that not having an SSL would negatively impact search engine rankings.

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Lukas

Lukas 5th February 2018 Marketing

So, you’ve launched your new website, now what?

Quick things to do to ensure success when your new website launches.

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Lukas

Lukas 30th January 2018 Marketing

What are URL redirects and do you need any?

Learn how to simply and effectively improve your website UX, and SEO, with URL redirection.

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Chris

Chris 8th January 2018 GDPR

The GDPR – Processing Data

In April 2016 the EU passed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regarding the processing of personal information. This comes into force from the 25th May 2018. This post looks closer at processing personal data.

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Chris

Chris 3rd January 2018 GDPR

The GDPR and Cookies

In April 2016 the EU passed new regulations regarding the processing of personal information (GDPR) which comes into effect from 25 May 2018. This post looks at the impact this has on cookies.

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Chris

Chris 18th December 2017 GDPR

What is GDPR?

In April 2016 the EU passed new regulations regarding the processing of personal information which comes into effect on 25th of May 2018. These changes will have a massive impact on all UK organisations. In the run-up to May we'll be posting further information regarding the GDPR and how we can help you prepare.

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Tim

Tim 3rd October 2017 Marketing

Making better* pictorial web content : Part 2

*by better I mean better optimised for faster browsing.

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Tim

Tim 1st September 2017 Marketing

Making better* pictorial web content : Part 1

*by better I mean better optimised for faster browsing.

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Simon

Simon 23rd May 2017 Marketing

Product personalisation on ecommerce websites

Product personalisation software can be expensive and challenging to use so what are the options, costs and benefits of each system?

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Lukas

Lukas 13th March 2017 Marketing

7 signs why your website might need bit of a facelift

Old and dull? Perhaps a little slow? Doesn’t work on a phone either? The SEO rankings are dropping and apparently, it’s doing fine. Or you think… it’s 2017. How have things changed?

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Lukas

Lukas 21st November 2016 Marketing

Top 3 SEO tips for your website in 2016

Improve your general website ranking in three simple steps. It’s easy as one, two, three!

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Nige (on the right)

Nige (on the right) 18th November 2016 Tech

What are 301 redirects and why are they important?

Our Cheltenham website development team have built a system that extends .NET functionality, integrates with our CMS:42 and plugs in to our error handling system. It can store and manage all your redirects.

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Lukas

Lukas 15th November 2016 Marketing

Top 16 features of a cutting edge website

Your first digital impression matters! Make the most of the digital world by turning your website into a pure, focused, functional art piece. It’s easier than you might think!

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Lukas

Lukas 11th November 2016 Marketing

Innovative websites are simple. And this is why it works…

The mobile-first, less-is-more approach has showed us that achieving sophisticated elegance isn’t too difficult and it delivers results. There’s not much too it, just keep it simple and relevant!

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Dan

Dan 9th August 2016 Other

Why Brewing Beer is a lot like building a website

I've got a real passion for brewing beer much like I have for problem-solving and coding, so I've used this as an excuse to write about beer and why I think brewing beer is a lot like building a website.

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