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Blooms Florist

Blooms Florist

Posted onTuesday, 30 October 2012

Tagged withPortfolioDrupalClient Website

Blooms Florists based in Kennoway, Fife, design and create beautiful floral arrangements for all occasions and offer a prompt delivery service throughout the Kingdom and beyond. Traditional or contemporary arrangements:- Blooms Florists pride themselves in providing a personal and professional service to meet their customers' requirements. Order online, by telephone or in person, the store offers customers the opportunity to select gifts in addition to flowers.

The website was a complete design and development from scratch as they did not have an existing site. The site was constructed using the open-source Drupal CMS system to meet their functional requirements, including an online purchasing.

View site: www.blooms-florist.co.uk

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Streets Ahead Scotland

Streets Ahead Scotland

Posted onSunday, 15 January 2012

Tagged withDrupalClient Website

Streets Ahead Scotland Estate and Letting Agency is a new privately owned company based in Kirkcaldy that was launched to provide a refreshing approach to property services in the Fife area. Streets Ahead aim to provide their clients with a service they will remember which centres around good old fashioned customer service treating their clients as individuals with an appreciation of their individual needs.

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The difference between width:auto and width:100%

Posted onSunday, 18 December 2011

Tagged withSyndicateCSS

When adapting a layout for different viewport widths (a.k.a. responsive design) or media (like print), it’s common to reset any float and width values on major layout blocks to linearise their display.

Unfloating a floated element is as simple as specifying float:none. Width doesn’t seem to be quite as straightforward – lately I’ve come across several cases where people use width:100% to undo explicitly specified widths when they should be using width:auto instead. So here’s a brief explanation of the difference.

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Search Engine Optimization for Newbies

Posted onSunday, 21 August 2011

Tagged withSEO

With so much information - and misinformation - available on the topic of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) it can tricky trying to separate fact from fiction.

Coupled with the fact that SEO changes only slightly less rapidly than the weather, it can be downright overwhelming to know where to start.

So, if you're an SEO newbie looking for a place to start, here's a look at some Search Engine Optimization (SEO) basics. What Is SEO?

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Intrafusion Joins Google Apps Authorised Reseller Program

Posted onThursday, 04 August 2011

Tagged withGoogle Apps

4 August 2011 -- Intrafusion today announced it has become an authorised reseller of the Google Apps™ suite of communication and collaboration tools.

"The Google Apps Reseller program will help us enhance the value of Google Apps for our existing and future clients," said Colin Shipton, owner of Intrafusion. "Google Apps for Business offers a broad set of powerful APIs that enable us to focus our attention on helping our customers' achieve a robust and powerful communication platform that would only be available to large organisations with a substantial support budget."

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The Art of Website Maintenance

Posted onFriday, 22 July 2011

Tagged withWebsite

by Erin Ferree

Now that you've designed and launched your website, you have a powerful marketing tool for your business. But, your website is only as useful as the content is current. The process of keeping the content on your site current is called website maintenance, and it's important to keep both visitors and search engines supplied with new information. Just like regular maintenance on your car, you have to make changes on your website every few months to make sure that things run smoothly.

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