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This is our starter solution, a 4 to 5 page website in the style that promotes your business.
We write the content to the site files


    Think of what to write about on your site.
    Choose the images to show what you do.
    Write all the content down, check it, save it, gather all the images, save everything in a folder ready to build your new site.


    Select the look of your site from a list of templates.
    If you find a template with a frame you like, but is not quite the look you need,
    we can make alterations.

  • CODE

    We add the code to make it all look and work the way you want it, and your site is live.

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Content Management Systems

Content management systems are web applications that helps you keep track of each and every piece of your content on the website.
The content on your website can be anything like simple text, documents, photos, music, videos or any other thing you can think off. The best part of CMS is that it requires almost no technical knowledge or skill to manage and maintain it, everything about your content is managed by CMS.
There are a large number content management systems (CMS), but some of them are excessively complicated and require greater level of technical knowledge. On the other hand some of them are very simple, easy to use and also give the flexibility to customise the website. So let use look at some of the best content management systems.


    WordPress is a content management software that you can use it to create a beautiful website or blog. WordPress is open source, but the kind of features and ease of utilisation are priceless. This software is build by the community of hundreds of volunteers, and if you decide to use this CMS software there are thousands of plugins and themes available that can transform your site into amazingly anything you imagine. There are over 60 million people who are using WordPress CMS to power their website.


    Drupal will help you build any type of website from personal blogs to enterprise applications. From the thousands of add-on modules and themes we are able to build any type of site you can imagine. Drupal can be used to build advanced database management website for this little technical knowledge is required. Drupal is built and supported by active and diverse community of people from around the world. It is an open source content management platform that is used by millions of websites and applications.


    Joomla is a award winning content management system, it is used to build websites and powerful online applications. Joomla is very easy to use and you do not have to be a advance user. Joomla is a open source content management solution for everyone. It has many aspects like ease of use, extensibility that have made it so popular.


    SilverStripe CMS is a platform that is used for building websites, intranets, and other web applications. Most of the government, businesses and non profit organisations are using this CMS system. SilverStripe CMS is immensely flexible and easy to customise also provides fundamental security models, caching, workflow and multiple language. SilverStripe CMS is open source, contains powerful php5 based programming framework, it is underpinned by public documentation, free code, and a developer community.

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E-Commerce Systems

When it comes to E-Commerce platforms, there are plenty to choose from, open source and commercial. Each one has its own set of pros and cons and has been designed with a slightly different user in mind. Uploading products and customising your store can be very time consuming, so we look at what your requirements are and integrate the best one into your site.


    You’ve only got to look at Magento’s client list to realise what an excellent piece of open-source software it is. Samsung, The North Face, Stussy and Nespresso all use it to power their online stores. It’s used by 30,000 merchants and is the world’s fastest growing E-Commerce platform. You have to pay for the Enterprise Edition, which is packed full of extremely useful features, but the Community Edition, meant for developers only,


    osCommerce is under the GNU General Public License and caters very well to most people’s needs. Unsurprisingly, considering how easy it is to set up and run, it’s extremely popular, powering over 228,700 online stores. Such popularity does come with a significant downside however- it makes it harder for you to differentiate your store from the thousands of others out there. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you’re going to need to use some of the 5,800 add-ons available, some of which cost money.


    OpenCart looks great, it’s extremely scalable. You can create an unlimited number of categories, sell an unlimited number of products, accept multiple currencies, use multiple languages, and choose from over 20 payment and 8 shipping methods. It’s user-friendly and search-engine-friendly too, so will help your prominence in Google. Customers can even review and rate the items you sell. It’s not as popular as osCommerce, so help and guidance is not so freely available, but it’s better looking.


    Spree is an open-source E-Commerce platform for Ruby on Rails. Using Spree’s extension system, you’ll be able to customise your store and mark yourself out from your competitors. Useful features include support for over 50 payment gateways, single page checkout and custom tax logic, which can save merchants lots of time and effort. It also comes with Google Analytics built in.

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Blogs & Forums


Choosing blogging software can be a scary process, especially if you are new to blogging. There are many different types of engines and content management systems (CMS) that could be used. Picking the software that you’ll need is not an easy task, given the wide variety and types on the Web today.


    WordPress is the most famous and widely-used blogging platform. It features a very intuitive web-based installer so anyone from skill level novice to expert can quickly install the software without any hiccups. The WordPress community is a major asset to the blogging software. It has one of the largest and most passionate communities of developers and users, so one could find just about any theme or plugin imaginable. The possibilities for extending the software are endless, and many web sites and services have used the WordPress code base to build entirely different applications. WordPress also features integration with Akismet, one of the most effective spam protection systems for blogging software.
    WordPress makes it easy for new bloggers to not only install plugins, but also to download and install automatic upgrades to plugins with only one click. The learning curve for WordPress is fairly minimal, and if a new user runs in to problems, they can always check the extensive documentation. WordPress is perfect for the new blogger who wants to get his feet wet using their first blog software, or the advanced user who’s looking to extend the stable code into something entirely different. If you are wanting to start a multiple-blog site, you can also check out WordPress MU. WordPress MU is the same code base as the mature WordPress single blog code base, with some added functionality.


    While WordPress is the most widely-adopted blogging platform, Movable Type has the most prolific installs of high-traffic blogs. Their high-profile installs include (and certainly aren’t limited to) Huffington Post (the most popular blog on the Web), Gawker blogs (Lifehacker, Gizmodo, etc.), BoingBoing and dooce. A major reason for so many high-profile sites using Movable Type is the built-in support for multiple blogs running on one install. You can quickly create as many blogs as you wish, creating blog networks like Huffington Post and Gawker instantly.
    While Moveable Type has historically been a step behind WordPress in terms user friendliness, Movable Type has made great strides to improve their interface and installer, and possibly the biggest step forward recently was moving the platform to open source. This has grown the community considerably.
    Movable Type is a great choice if you are wanting to run multiple blogs or a blog network with the software that can handle large amounts of traffic.


    ExpressionEngine is a very robust blogging platform, but isn’t free. The best feature about ExpressionEngine is the feature to publish multiple websites, either using different subdomains on a single domain, or across multiple domains. You could use one code base to power multiple sites across multiple domains. The software features an extremely clean and simple backend that shouldn’t confuse the blogger. Designers and developers love ExpressionEngine for the fact that it’s quite easy to hand over a site and have the client update his own blog. It’s a solid all-in-one package.
    ExpressionEngine is really geared for people who are trying to start a multi-blog site, but anyone can use the software quite easily thanks to its thoughtful and elegant design.


    Serendipity takes pride in the fact that it is a beginner-friendly blogging platform. Serendipity keeps your plugins up-to-date by automatically checking the plugin repository online and downloading the updated version if needed from a fairly extensive library of user-contributed plugins. The software also features nested and threaded commenting, which many blog platforms don’t support without a plugin of some sort.
    Serendipity uses the high-performance Smarty templating system, and makes use of fast and clean php code under the hood. If you are a new blogger, Serendipity offers a setup wizard that makes blog installation a breeze. Unlike b2evolution or Nucleus, Serendipity doesn’t offer a multiple blogs with just one installation, but you can have multiple users to the single blog installation.


A Forum is an online community place or an Internet message board or a medium where ideas or views on a particular issue can be exchanged. Forums have become as popular as the blogs. With the growth in popularity of these forums everybody wants to setup their own forum. Choosing forum software can be just as scary as blogs, we can set up your own forum community,


    phpBB is most widely used open source forum script. phpBB is written using php scripting language and uses MySQL database. It is very easy to install and has got a very good and easy to use Admin control panel. phpBB has got wide development community who can help you in solving any issues. You can easily create your own theme or there are lots of themes available that you can use free of cost. phpBB is the best open source forum script which can fulfil all your demands.


    bbPress is one of the widely used open source forum scripts by the makers of WordPress. This is very similar to WordPress. The admin control panel is very much similar to the look and feel of WordPress, so using this is extremely easy. Like the WordPress, bbPress has also got a wide development community and lots of themes and plugins are freely available. The only demerit of bbPress is that for each and everything you need to install plugins, which may reduce the performance of the forum. The core does not even support email reply feature. But still this is a better option for you.You can easily integrate bbPress with your existing WordPress blog.


    SMF is a very powerful open source forum script. Its powerful custom made template engine puts you in full control of the layout of your message board and with the unique SSI – or Server Side Includes – function you can let your forum and your website interact with each other. SMF can be integrated with several content management systems like Mamboo, XOOPS etc. SMF also supports plugins, so with the plugins you can add more features to SMF.

  • MYBB

    MyBB is one of the most promising open source forum scripts which allow you to easily migrate from any other forum script like phpBB. It supports a plugin system which helps you in extending the features of the forum.

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