Wordpress Websites that Work

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  • easy to find
  • easy to make contact
  • easy to share
  • easy to change/add content
  • Posts tagged "Europe"
    3 Gites in the Ariege

    3 Gites in the Ariege

    A simple site in 4 languages to promote 3 gites in a local commune of the French Pyrenees. A single page, responsive site allowing the user to compare the gites and see what there is to do in the area. Each page has a contact form at the bottom.
    Jeff Witt - High Peak Adventures

    Jeff Witt – High Peak Adventures

    Responsive WordPress website for a High Mountain Guide based in Chamonix Mont Blanc. 6 core activities with loads of options in each based on the users experience and skill level.
    Time to renew your SSL certificate from Symantec

    Time to renew your SSL certificate from Symantec

    The new version of Chrome released in January no longer supports SSL certificates issued by Symantec or any companies owned by them (Thawte, Verisign, Equifax, GeoTrust and RapidSSL) if issued before 1st June 2016. What does this mean? If you have a security certificate and your site has been HTTPS for a couple of years...
    Walker Optics - Optical Design Consultancy

    Walker Optics – Optical Design Consultancy

    Rejuvenation of an old business website using WordPress Duncan Walker had an existing website with Mr Site which was a “shop window” for his Optical Design Consultancy. He felt it was dated and could do a lot more for him. He knew that something had to be done to make the site work for him...
    Ski Breezy - Catered Chalet Chamonix

    Ski Breezy – Catered Chalet Chamonix

    Revamping an old business website with WordPress and incorporating a weblog Breezy had an existing website which was working well in terms of performance on search engines and in terms of generating traffic and business.  However the content management system was one developed by a programmer and was never supported, was exceptionally limiting and very...
    Alpine Footprints Consultancy

    Alpine Footprints Consultancy

    SEO and Google Adwords Advice When a great skiing friend of mine from Chamonix started a new venture to run guided trips around the Tour du Mont Blanc (TMB), I asked do you need a website?  Unfortunately I had missed the boat and she had already commissioned someone to build it for her. Fortunately it...
    Clive Baker Artisan in the Ariege France

    Clive Baker Artisan in the Ariege France

    A Multi-lingual WordPress business website Clive wanted a website as a tool to generate new business  He does not even know how to turn a computer on let alone check to see if he has any emails. I started by getting him to do some homework when he was on holiday. I asked him to...
    Steve Hartland British mountain Guide

    Steve Hartland British mountain Guide

    New business WordPress website including content and imagery When Steve came to me and asked some advice around how to get a website I volunteered to build one for him.  Steve is a Mountain Guide and hates computers.  He would far prefer to be up in the mountains than dealing with paperwork, responding to emails...
    Trainer and Facilitator alunbarrett.com

    Trainer and Facilitator alunbarrett.com

    Business website and blog based on WordPress When the time came to put up a personal business site I was already sold on the potential of WordPress.  Now I fall into the category of people who don’t like talking about themselves, so developing a site for myself is really hard and to tell you the...
    Radicalfish - A Project in the Pyrenees

    Radicalfish – A Project in the Pyrenees

    A WordPress weblog based on WordPress Years ago my wife, Breezy, and I bought a place in the Pyrenees. It’s completely off grid and a big renovation project. So that we could keep family and friends “up to date” with progress we started a blog. At the time my brother suggested using WordPress and uploaded...
    Apples and Pears Consultancy

    Apples and Pears Consultancy

    WordPress setup Consultancy for Paris based Trainer Ian King was a training colleague of mine from Toulouse who went self employed as a coach.  He asked advice regarding developing a website for himself, then based in Paris.  I offered my support in a number of ways ranging from doing the whole thing for him to...