One thing we seem to have to deal with when building recruitment websites more often than not is explaining the difference between web design and web...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 20, 2009 In: Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Microsoft’s latest version of Internet Explorer is going to comply much more closely with the W3 standards (essentially the governing body of web standards). For years...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 07, 2009 In: About Reverse Delta, Online Recruitment, Website Design Comments: 1

We have spent most of the last few years developing and optimising cutting-edge websites for recruitment companies (amongst other things!) We felt it was about time...

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Most SEOs will tell you that if your site is built in Flash it will essentially be invisible to Google (and most other search engines). Thats...

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Firefox 3 is officially out of beta testing — first release today (17 June) and the team behind it are aiming for a Guiness World Record...

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Sometimes people can tend to put so much effort into design and layout that content suffers.  Even worse, text content’s great, design and layout are great,...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: April 22, 2008 In: Web help, Website Design Comments: 1

Google Webmasters have provided a handy guide on what to do when moving or updating your web site. We always recommend these tips as best practice...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: April 03, 2008 In: Fun, Website Design Comments: 1

The Dummy Text Generator is a new(ish) luxury for web designers. For ages, people have had to put ‘Lorem Ipsum‘ all over their web designs in...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 25, 2008 In: Marketing, Website Design Comments: 1

In a way, it’s the simplest bit of marketing you can do on your website. You’ve got the punters there, now get them to do something!...

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