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04
Jul

Collect genuine customers reviews, a look at Feefo Reviews

The only opinion that counts is your customers, so why not let your customer’s reviews work harder for you? We look at Feefo’s new reviewing platform…

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08
May

How to make a website internationally friendly, 5 things to get you started

For many businesses, reaching an international market is a logical and sometimes vital step to growing your business. We look at how to make a website internationally friendly with 5 things to get you started

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19
Dec

Google Chrome to label some sites “not secure” from January 2017

Google announced Chrome will begin labelling HTTP connections that feature passwords or credit card forms as non-secure. But what could that mean for you?

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03
Jun

Inspectlet review: Watch people using your website

Ever wandered if you could watch people using your website to see what they do?
Now you can. Read more with our Inspectlet Review.

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20
Oct

Taking payments online, Payment Gateways explained

Whether you have an online shop or simply want to take adhoc payments, there are a lot of options when it comes to taking money with your website. We look at some common options

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23
Dec

10 Years in Web Design, a look back to 2004

As FL1 Group reaches its 10th Birthday in 2014, we look back at how our industry has changed since 2004?

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29
Jul

Jason Sammon interviewed on Radio Verulam, St Albans

Listeners to St Albans radio station Radio Varulam would have heard FL1’s own Jason Sammon talking about 10 years on the web, Twitter and starting your own website. If you missed the show, now’s your chance to listen in…

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31
Jan

How to write a web design brief

There’s a well known saying – Failing to plan, is planning to fail. A badly scoped web design project is no exception, and without a clear well thought through brief could be a costly mistake. With a few basics, you can protect your business, keep budgets on track and ensure the project runs smoothly and to plan.

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23
Oct

Alarm bells should be ringing loud and clear for any business involved in distance selling!

The Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) have taken the step of conducting a pre-Christmas review of 156 retailer websites and found that many of them were not fully complying with the Consumer (Distance Selling) Regulations and the Electronic Commerce (EC)Directive) Regulations. Find out more from Brian Scott at Max Montague…

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15
Oct

Your new website: Open-source or build it from scratch?

So you’re looking to build a new website, but do you use something off the shelf or build a bespoke site from the ground up? We look at the pros and cons of either approach…

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