A favicon (short for favourite icon) is a colourful little symbol that is the branding that’s associated with a particular website. Although the name ‘favicon’ might not be familiar, most people will recognise what it is once it’s been pointed out to them.
We’d just like to tell customers that we’re still open for business during the coronavirus outbreak. We work from home offices anyway, so shutting ourselves away isn’t too much of a problem.
WordPress’ open source content management system (CMS) now powers over 1/3 of the top 10 million sites on the web.
This news comes via technology firm, W3Techs, who have compared historical trends in the usage of content management since March 2018.
Throughout July and August 2017 we’re offering 10% off the final build price to new clients* who have a website built by us.
Contact us to discuss your requirements, then make sure you at least put down a deposit in July (or by the end of August 2017) to receive 10% off the total price.
*Only valid for new clients who have never received a website design quote from us before.
To those who are reading this and have a website, don’t forget that it’s now a new year and you need to update the © year notice at the bottom of your site.
Doing this is an easy and cheap way to make your website look loved and up-to-date. Regularly putting new and useful content on there is even better because both visitors and search engines love quality content!