We hope our work speaks for itself, but we'd be happy to talk with you about any past or future project
Use the links on the left to see just a few examples of sites we have produced over the past 10 years. These days we only use the latest Web 2.0 standards such as CSS and XHTML when creating new sites which enables far greater creativity than was previously possible.
Web 2.0 means different things to different people, but to us it is the techniques we use to design and code websites enabling a more varied and richer internet experience for users.
There are many advantages of using CSS to format a web page even though the initial coding of a sites template can take longer than using old style tables because of the inconsistencies between different browsers. However once the first stage has been completed, maintaining and updating the site becomes much simpler.
In addition with the increasing use of mobile phones and PDAs as well as disability discrimination legislation, it is necessary for web content to be made accessible to users operating a wide variety of devices.
Tableless web design considerably improves web accessibility in this respect. Screen readers and braille devices have fewer problems with tableless designs because they follow a logical structure.
As a result of the separation of design (CSS) and structure (HTML), it is possible to provide different layouts for different devices, e.g. handhelds, mobile phones, etc as well as specifying a different style sheet for print, e.g. to hide or modify the appearance of advertisements or navigation elements.
Applejack's service is excellent, they have proved to be very reliable and deal promptly with any requests for changes as well as being innovative with their ideas for our site.
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