Wordpress Websites that Work

Websites need to be:
  • easy to use
  • easy to find
  • easy to make contact
  • easy to share
  • easy to change/add content
  • Posts tagged "Responsive"
    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.
    Emma Juhasz - Childrens Author and Writer

    Emma Juhasz – Childrens Author and Writer

    Emma wanted a website. Just a simple site to promote the book and also her freelance writing. We started with setting Emma some homework to identify websites that she liked and who the competition was. The brief soon expanded to allow users to order the book and even send it to friends....
    Derbyshire Business & Derbyshire Retail Help

    Derbyshire Business & Derbyshire Retail Help

    Almost a year long project started when Dina Holland asked me to have a look at one of her websites which was attracting mega amounts of spam comments and report back. She was aware that it was on a Wordpress Theme which was not responsive and so would get demotes in search rankings. Before...
    Peak Business Insight - Derbyshire

    Peak Business Insight – Derbyshire

    Responsive WordPress based business website using Wordpress. Dina is a consultant in digital marketing and so the site needed to demonstrate the current best practice for using social media and digital marketing to sell her services and workshops. The chosen theme has so much functionality and lends itself perfectly to her objectives.
    Baslow Training Solutions - Derbyshire

    Baslow Training Solutions – Derbyshire

    Responsive WordPress based business website Jules Slack had registered her domain names and needed a website building for her training business. While we setup the CMS for the site with 1and1 Jules did some homework. First off she put the words into Google which she wanted people to use in order to find her website,...
    Google demotes non mobile friendly websites

    Google demotes non mobile friendly websites

    Google promotes responsive websites As of 21st April 2015 Google new algorythums for Google search engines will demote websites which are not “Mobile Friendly“. So what does that mean for WordPress? The simple answer is to Find a responsive theme and reconfigure your website now. Here is a quick guide: first off Backup your site...
    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...
    Is the coming year going to be a Responsive one

    Is the coming year going to be a Responsive one

    Mobile and Tablet Friendly websites with WordPress First off what is a Responsive website? To quote Mashable “In simple terms, a responsive web design uses “media queries” to figure out what resolution of device it’s being served on.” So what does that mean for a website? What it means is that the site is automatically...