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We work on a lot of digital projects - many for our clients and some for ourselves. We regularly face new challenges and changes in technology that, once surmounted, pave the path to new creations, solutions, and deeper understanding. Our blog is our outlet for sharing some of that knowledge. Fuelled by curiosity, a desire to understand and – where possible – answer some of the problems we and our clients face.
The TYPO3 text and image element is used for creating layouts which utilise both text and images. In this short TYPO3 training video I show you how to add this element to a page and some of the features it can offer.
In this short video I show you how to add an image in TYPO3 using the image element. This element makes it quick and easy to add images to pages of your TYPO3 website and also includes a few other features to help you create your desired layout.
Why are so many businesses using video these days, and why might it be time for you to consider why your business should use it too?
So you’ve just finished creating your snazzy new video content and want to get it online. With 1.3 billion users, YouTube is the second largest search engine so it’s a great choice for hosting your video.
Not only can video...
In this post I will be sharing 8 of the most popular applications talking head videos can be used for. You probably have the perfect opportunity to use a video in this style and don’t know it yet.
With so many passwords to remember for various online accounts, it’s not surprising that occasionally we forget them, but fear not, as the TYPO3 content management system has a quick and simple process for resetting your password.
In this short tutorial I will guide you through the process of logging into the administration area of your TYPO3 content management system website.
In this short video i will offering a brief introduction to the backend of typo3. Before I continue it is worth noting that typo3 is divided into 2 areas, the back end of the website where you are able to edit content and the front end of the website which is what all of your users will see when visiting your site.
With user habits and business objectives constantly changing, user journeys are a fantastic way to analyse a website from a new perspective and highlight large and small improvements that will directly enhance the experience of users trying to complete specific tasks online.
A topic of conversation that often arises within our office, and when talking to clients, is “How big should the logo be on a website?” To answer this question I decided to do a bit of research and compare the website logo sizes...