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Website fashions – part 2

The effect of fashion on a website What prompted me to blog about website fashions, was visiting a fishmonger’s website after finding them on Twitter. The only useful information on the opening page is their name, and the city and district they are in. The image is very generic, with the tail of a fish,… Continue Reading

Website fashions – part 1

The word ‘fashion’ conjures up images of models on catwalks. In fact, these associations are so strong, the clothing industry is usually referred to as the ‘fashion industry’. Website navigation fashions There have been a number of changes in website fashion – the use of menus and navigation, for example. A vertical menu on the… Continue Reading

Hampshire website developers looking for a good cause to sponsor!

Are you involved with an independent Hampshire-based charity or good cause? Are you running an ongoing fundraising campaign? Would a completely FREE-OF-CHARGE website help you raise your profile and increase donations? Yes? Then WEB-right, the Hampshire website developers, want to hear from you before 15th September 2018. Website sponsorship opportunity WEB-right, now based in Gosport,… Continue Reading

Hampshire web developers seek good cause for website sponsorship

Gosport-based web developer, WEB-right (https://www.web-right.co.uk) is seeking a Hampshire based charity, good cause, or social enterprise to benefit from a free 5-page sponsored website. Applications are invited from all sectors before 15 September 2018. This sponsorship opportunity is open to independent Hampshire-based charities, fundraisers, social enterprises or good causes benefiting the local community. The recipient… Continue Reading

Using photographs on your website

Photos are a great way to brighten up your website. Apart from anything else, a good picture will break up the copy and make the pages look more interesting. Obviously, if you sell products, having photographs is essential. Your customers won’t buy unless they can see what you’re selling. But if you have a service… Continue Reading