Fashion Designer Kirsteen Stewart decided that it was time to give her site a makeover and to split it into two sites each covering two sides to here design business. We wanted to keep her existing URL so decided that the best way to implment the two sites were as sub domains, so the first […]
I am please to announce the launch of a new website for Cratftship Enterprise. Based in Stronsay, Orkney; Craftship Enterprise offer various craft training and activity programmes at Chapel Mallet on Stronsay. They also have an online store selling a variety of craft products.
I am pleased to announce the launch of a new website for Oakdene Orkney self-catering accommodation in Kirkwall, Orkney. The owners wanted a website that would showcase their self catering property and be useable on both desktop and mobile devices. The website features a slideshow and pop up image enlargements but remains fully responsive adjusting […]
Carrying on from Matt Cutts last video where we saw his disembodied head floating in space to make the point that body content (page text) was just as important as head text (meta tags etc), he’s at it again! Only his time he’s completely invisible! Well nearly. He explains why in his video as he […]
Teenie and Michael Harcus have taken over the The Barn Westray, extending it and renaming it Chalmersquoy (the actual Westray name and location). As part of this re-launch they wanted a new website for Chalmersquoy, which of course needed to be mobile device friendly.
I often get asked about meta tags, keywords and other keys to get better positioning in Google. My answer is always the same – forget any tags, concentrate on the text on the page in web page terms “the body”. Here we see a bodiless Matt Cutts from Google discussing this very subject. As Matt […]
I’m pleased to announce the launch of a new mobile friendly website for Newbigging self catering accommodation in Westray. This has been my first foray into using the Bootstrap framework to develop a single page responsive layout.
Unigar Cottages at Quoyloo in the West Mainland of Orkney are an existing cline and wanted their website revised to be mobile friendly and easy to keep updated. To achieve this I developed a custom WordPress them for them and implemented the site from scratch using the WordPress platform with the newly designed bespoke theme.
I know that I have users that are still using Windows XP. They are clinging onto it because Vista had such bad rap. I must confess I have tried Windows 8 on my laptop and hated it. Hated it with a passion, so much that I uninstalled it and went back to Windows 7. I […]
One of the most frequent requests I get from my clients once a website is finished is – can you put my site on the first page of Google now please? I wish it was that easy. Unfortunately, or maybe that’s fortunately, the various tricks that website owners have used in the past to get […]