We work with many different content management systems for various clients. They all cover the basics, and each provides a set of unique features that clients value over those provided by the others. One of the major features a web content management system provides is the ability to manage content.… keep reading →
There's a common website homepage layout pattern that's en vogue right now, whereby the navigation, primary message (hero), and tentpole services or products lead the way. Our site currently follows this pattern, unapologetically. It's comfortable for visitors, making it easy to find the information in which they're interested. Pages with… keep reading →
Favicons are those tiny images that websites display on browser tabs and in bookmarks, as in the blue Fynydd square icons above. The file favicon.ico sits in the root of your website, and a simple meta tag is used to tell browsers that it's there. <link rel="shortcut… keep reading →
We recently replaced our blog publishing technology with the new Ghost blog platform. They've recently acquired Roon, so it's going to be very interesting in the months ahead. But one of the drawbacks of using an edge technology is that it's usually lacking a feature you need. In our case,… keep reading →
In a previous blog article I talked about our recent migration to Ghost as the publishing platform for our blog. One of the needs we had was for a user experience that was as good as something we'd create for ourselves. So the attention to detail was important. During QA… keep reading →
Some older browsers like IE8 and old Android browsers don't support the use of SVG images so its a good idea to detect the support with Modernizer and use a PNG (Portable Network Graphic) as a replacement. Yes, this means for every SVG a companion PNG file will need to… keep reading →