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Web Consultancy

Get your company a professional looking site within days and it won't cost you a fortune. We specialise in providing a content management system (CMS) coupled to a MySQL database on your host's server so that you can update the site contents yourself.

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The CMS we use is the Joomla (formerly Mambo) open-source CMS on Unix/Linux hosts as it's a mature, but actively being developed, full-featured product and easy to customise. It includes site search facilities, different levels of user for site and content administration, news facilities, etc.

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Many extra facilities (such as forums or newsletter subscription and management) can be installed as Joomla is very modular. Click here for the official Joomla! 1.5 Demo Web Site.

e-Commerce (Online Shopping)

We can set up versatile e-Commerce (shopping cart/basket) systems with secure on-line payment facilities using Virtuemart. This is a set of component and modules for Joomla which provide a comprehensive yet easy to use e-Commerce solution.

Education and e-learning

We have several years experience of producing educational applications, tools and activities aimed either at the national curriculum or for adult training such as Basic/Key Skills. Examples of educational applications/experience are:-

  • Managed or Virtual Learning Environments (MLE/VLE's)
  • Flash interactive multi-media tools
  • Enhanced interactive Zoomify-driven dynamic maps though we tend to use the Google Maps API now
  • Javascript quizzes, interactive excercises, etc.
  • Online training courses

Linux Consultancy

We have experience of the Linux (Red Hat/Fedora, Suse (Open/Sled), U/Kubuntu and Mandriva distributions especially.

Mobile Technologies

We also have some experience of integrating web sites and applications with the mobile phone networks using WAP/SMS/MMS and similar technologies. For example, to send and receive SMS/MMS messages. Also the developement of WAP (1 and 2) web sites.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 December 2010 14:19
 

 


 

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