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What exactly is SPAM?

No, we’re not talking about America’s favourite tinned meat. The other kind of spam is defined as: unsolicited or irrelevant messages sent over the internet, typically to large numbers of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing and spreading malware.   Electronic spamming, most widely recognised as email spamming also refers to IM spam, SMS … Show more


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When a One Page Website can Work for your Business

One page websites are definitely a growing trend; so let’s jump on the continual scrolling website bandwagon and find out why they’re so popular. They work best for companies that offer a single product or service (e.g. Apps or photographers portfolio), for information about an upcoming product or event (e.g. new movie release or promotion), … Show more


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What is a Favicon? And why do I need one?

For those of you that don’t know what a favicon is, it’s that tiny little image the shows up in your browser’s tabs. It’s usually the logo of the website you’re looking at and helps you to keep track of all your open tabs. While some see a favicon as the least important part of … Show more



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The Importance of Building a Website for Ranking

People go online to get information about anything and everything these days. Some people would even rather Google an answer to a question than ask another human being. This means that your clients, customers, associates and business partners use the internet to get information about you, your business, and your products and services. If you … Show more


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The Web Development Process – Part 4: Finalisation/ Completion

So we’ve come to the final part of this series about the web development process from start to finish. We looked into how a website is planned and designed through the use of wireframing and illustrative tools such as Photoshop; the development stage where the design is turned into a working website; and the testing … Show more


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The Value of a Great Project Scope

Scopes are used in almost all industries, but today we’ll discuss the development of a good Website Development Quote and Scoping Document. New year, new website! Now that it’s 2016, you might be considering sprucing up your company website to better fit with new company goals, to add additional functionality, or to update to a … Show more


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The Web Development Process – Part 3: Testing

In our previous post, we looked into the development stage of building a website and how a design is transposed into a working functional site. In this article we will be looking at the testing stage of the web development process. Testing is an essential part of any kind of development to ensure the end … Show more


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The Web Development Process – Part 2: Development

In the previous part of this series, we looked at how a website is designed. In this article we will look at the next stage of the web development process; Development. What does Development Involve? Development involves the majority of the programming work done as well as loading content onto the site. When in development … Show more


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The Web Development Process – Part 1: Design

You may wonder, how does a website get built? Over the next 4 weeks, we’ll look into the four main stages of building a website: design, development, testing, and finalisation/completion. In Part 1, we will delve into the first step, the design. What is web design and why is it important? Think of web design … Show more


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