This guide extends the guide ‘making basic textual edits’, which enables website owners to make basic changes to their website. If you have followed the steps in the previous guide, you should have a copy of all of your website files, in a folder on your local computer. Typical files include: HTML files – There
This guide is for static website owners, who may have had their site designed and developed by a third party, but, would like to make minor amends themselves. A website is ‘static’ if there is no underlying software running the site (i.e. content management or ecommerce site). The site comprises a collection of files that
So you have decided to get a website, but you’re unsure what to do next…. here are a few pointers to help you get started:
You might have the greatest looking website with loads of exciting features and pages, but if nobody knows about it, then its not really doing you or your company any good.
Everyone knows time is money… this article intends to save you a little time, by preparing you for the types of questions you will be asked when you sit down with your web designer.
There are a number of different types of website available for you to choose from now that you have decided to promote your business via the internet. This article intends to highlight four of the main types