Richard Badley

Richard Badley
Hosting video in the cloud

Video is a great way of adding rich, unique content to a web site but large files can also be a risk if stored on the same server as the site. To ensure videos run smoothly without effecting performance we take a look at how to host them in the Cloud.

This article was posted in SEO, Quick Tips by Richard Badley

The HTML5 <video> tag makes it very easy to get video files up and running on a web site. However, there are a few issues to be aware of and we take a look at the way different browsers handle video types and what to do if a browser can't display anything at all.

This article was posted in Quick Tips, Tools by Richard Badley

Last November saw the release of TYPO3 version 6.0 and as we’ve upgraded some of our clients we’ve been playing around with some of the new features. We pick out 6 things that should make life much easier for coders and content editors using TYPO3.

by Richard Badley

How to test your mobile site
18th January 2013

How to test your mobile site

A mobile version of your web site has to adapt to an ever increasing array of screen sizes and operating systems. We run through some ways to give a site a thorough testing before it’s released into customer’s hands.

This article was posted in Tools by Richard Badley

A slider is a great advertising space on a web site, but there are loads of different tools out there for creating them. We look at a handful of slider plug-ins we've tried out to see which one does the best of job of giving content a boost.

by Richard Badley

A web site is a global marketing tool, available to anyone with an internet connection. To ensure a site works for as many people as possible, agencies spend a great deal of time tinkering with the technicalities of making a site...

This article was posted in Musings, Client Guides by Richard Badley

With buzzwords like 'responsive design' (What is a 'responsive' web site) and 'mobile first' dominating web talk, many of our clients are asking about how they can optimize their site for mobile devices. A year or two ago most of...

This article was posted in Client Guides, Musings by Richard Badley

Apple have made a bold move to ditch Google Maps for opensource and customisable options. It marks a serious change in how maps will look on mobile, are web sites destined to follow?

This article was posted in Musings by Richard Badley

Why We Use TYPO3
1st June 2012

Why We Use TYPO3

Choosing the right Content Management System (CMS) is one of the most important steps in building a web site that needs to grow, adapt and withstand anything the wild seas of the internet can throw at it.

This article was posted in Musings, Client Guides by Richard Badley

What is a CMS?
29th March 2012

What is a CMS?

CMS, great, another acronym to add to the ever-growing pile of acronyms that towers over the web newcomer.

This article was posted in Musings, Client Guides by Richard Badley

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