Archive for the ‘Web sites’ Category

New client site released: totalhealthnow.co.uk

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

TotalHealthNow is a familyrun alternative health business. The web site contains background information on therapies as well as offering products and mailing list subscription. Future plans include e-commerce.

The layout design expands to fill the full browser width and is optimised for search engines so that the different central content of individual pages is contained nearer the top of the html irrespective of the column layout.

Visit the site and see for yourself: www.totalhealthnow.co.uk

New client site released

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Actually, this is rather old news – it was released back in October 2010!

The site is an e-commerce site based on osCommerce, with a lot of add-ons and a certain amount of bespoke development, including postcode-based shipping calculations. The catalogue was initially seeded by taking on data from an ms-access database.

It’s currently hosted at www.cheapcablesonline.co.uk but may be relocated to a sub-directory of the main company site (www.clubtek.co.uk) at a later date.

Development osCommerce stores set up

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Just set up a couple of osCommerce installations, initially to investigate the different behaviours of the two add-ons PWA (Purchase without account) and Checkout Redux, which streamlines things but seems to have a bug or two. Checkout Redux is on shop one while the other store started with PWA and is now getting other stuff on top, towards a suggested initial package for most stores. The front page should carry a current list of add-ons here.

New client site released

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

Just this week, I was asked quickly to implement a basic site for a last-minute candidate in the elections in a couple of weeks. She was able to give me text and images that had been prepared for a flyer, so it was possible to get the site up and running on the basic hosting in under a day’s work. The site is www.eolayokun.co.uk for Elizabeth Olayokun.