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Free responsive HTML template using Sass

Free responsive HTML template using Sass

Perfect for the Christmas season we have a special gift for you: A free responsive HTML template! You can browse a demo here or by clicking on the picture. This template was created using the CSS preprocessor Sass and its framework Compass (if you are new to this you can read a little bit more […]
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December 16, 2016
How to migrate a WordPress website

How to migrate a WordPress website

During the stages of developing a website it is sometimes necessary to Migrate WordPress website, for example to change its domain. And guess what – it’s not as difficult as it might seem at first, but I would advise you to back up your website files and database before you start relocating. Step 1 – […]
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September 1, 2016

WordPress Web Design & Development

WordPress Web Design & Development

Find WordPress Web Design & Development Services at Webdezign. Our WordPress designs are suitable for businesses, charities or individuals who care about their image and want to promote themselves effectively over the Internet.
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April 28, 2014
SSL Certificates Padlocks For Websites | London

SSL Certificates Padlocks For Websites | London

Ever noticed the padlock that appears when you're logged into your Internet banking? It shows that the connection between you and the website is encrypted, meaning there's less chance that anything sensitive you enter can be intercepted by hackers.
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April 9, 2014
Why We Use: WordPress

Why We Use: WordPress

When looking for a new website, we recommend WordPress. But, I hear you ask: Why WordPress?
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April 3, 2014
How often should I redesign my website? | Revamp & Modernise For 2014

How often should I redesign my website? | Revamp & Modernise For 2014

So, what if we told you that you could do better? Have you ever heard of Responsive Design? Technology moves very quickly and by using the latest techniques, your website will be even more effective.
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March 25, 2014
Magento eCommerce Web Design Specialists, London

Magento eCommerce Web Design Specialists, London

If you are looking for an online shopping cart solution for your website, Magento will make for an affordable customisable eCommerce platform that will handle many products with a variety of options.
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March 20, 2014
(cookies) KEEP CALM & CARRY ON

(cookies) KEEP CALM & CARRY ON

With all the historical references around the Jubilee last weekend, we were reminded of the stoicism of our parents and grandparents during the last war. In the face of the battle ahead of us, we are staying calm.
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June 7, 2012
Setting up an email account on your iPhone

Setting up an email account on your iPhone

If you have any problems to setup your email account on the iPhone or iPad, have a look at this article.
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July 8, 2011
Payment Systems for Ecommerce

Payment Systems for Ecommerce

Millions of consumers use the Internet for banking, shopping and so forth on an everyday basis and are reliant for their security on ecommerce payment systems.
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March 30, 2010
Tomboy and how to sync two set of notes

Tomboy and how to sync two set of notes

Tomboy is a note taking application from GNOME written in C#. I first came across Tomboy notes when using the Ubuntu LiveCD.
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January 26, 2010
How much does a Website Cost?

How much does a Website Cost?

The answer to this question is not a single sum, nor is there a standard equation to determine the website cost. However, building a website does not have to be an expensive or time consuming activity and whether you are planning on using your site for promoting a single product or running your entire business […]
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December 4, 2009
Do I Need A Website?

Do I Need A Website?

Let me start by stating the obvious, you need a website! In the context of a credit crunch when businesses rely upon retaining and growing their customer base in order to simply survive, the types of businesses that don’t require more direct and widespread marketing are perhaps limited to smaller self-employed trades people. Even here, […]
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November 11, 2009
Top 10 Benefits of a Website

Top 10 Benefits of a Website

We are often contacted by people who have been told that they need a website, but they are not really sure as to why they should get one or what the benefits of a website would be. The following is necessarily generalised as each and every business and market sector has different requirements. However, it […]
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October 24, 2009
Microsoft new search engine Bing launches new visual search

Microsoft new search engine Bing launches new visual search

Software giant Microsoft has introduced "visual search" to its Bing search engine to try to further set itself apart from market leader Google.
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September 18, 2009
We need this, that and the other

We need this, that and the other

All over the world, businesses deciding to launch an internet website often make the mistake of believing that their website will be easy to set up, and head into the project with very little forethought and even less expertise. It’s certainly true that with the introduction of user friendly technologies such as content management systems […]
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July 30, 2009
Domain Registration Privacy

Domain Registration Privacy

Everyone wants to keep their information safe and secure online with various organisations constantly reminding us not to give out any personal information to third parties without being safe in the knowledge that this information will be kept secure and not shared. However, in the context of the individual as a website owner there seems […]
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June 30, 2009
Top 10 Tips  The Set Up Of An Ecommerce Site

Top 10 Tips The Set Up Of An Ecommerce Site

Any business that has yet to develop an online presence is missing out on the strong growth in online spend in the UK, even in the context of the current economic climate. Estimates vary widely but spending figures in the region of £9 billion a year are often quoted. The following are some of the […]
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June 20, 2009
Maintaining a Website

Maintaining a Website

There is little doubt that creating a website opens up doors for any forward-thinking business, whether it be for e-commerce, web based applications or simply for advertising the company’s products. But equally important is the need to dedicate time to maintaining a website and to continually monitor and review the ways in which the website […]
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June 9, 2009
I want to be number 1 on google

I want to be number 1 on google

I want to be number 1 on Google is probably the most common request we get from potential customers. In response my question is, Why? This may seem a strange response but when you understand how the major search engines work being number one is not always the best option for your business. 5 reasons […]
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UK Ecommerce Market Size

UK Ecommerce Market Size

UK Ecommerce is an abbreviation of electronic commerce and embraces the buying and selling of products or services through electronic systems. The 1970’s and 1980’s saw explosive growth in the popularity of credit card, automated bank cash machines and telephone banking, but this pales into insignificance when contrasted with the growth of online ecommerce in […]
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June 8, 2009
What hosting is

What hosting is

The term ‘hosting‘, in a website context, refers to the storage, processing power, connectivity and other internet services required to maintain data and render the pages for a website. To better understand what hosting is, it helps to know a little more about how the Internet works. Addressing what hosting is In a not so […]
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May 15, 2009
Website Cost

Website Cost

As the world wide web grows bigger and wider ever day, it should come as no surprise that we all find ourselves losing precious hours of our time browsing through page after page of information. It can be easy to forget about the time, effort and money that goes into creating a website until you […]
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May 14, 2009
Website Security

Website Security

For any company conducting business over the internet, the impact of a website security breach can have far-reaching effects. Loss of data, fraud or unauthorised access to confidential information can devastate a company financially. It can also jeopardise the reputation and competitiveness of a company and in some instances the integrity of brands that have […]
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May 13, 2009
I’m not number 1 in Google

I’m not number 1 in Google

This article has been written in response to a member of the public responding to the ‘i want to be number 1 in Google‘ article written by us a short while back. Simple answer is content is king. The visitor to our site wrote the following: Hi, Guys at Active Web Designz! Lots of good […]
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January 1, 2009
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