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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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15
Sep

The Web Design Jargon Buster

Ever wanted to know the difference between a Widget and a Wireframe, a CTA from a CSS? With our Web Design Jargon Buster, your wait is finally over…

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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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24
Mar

Google steps up its preference for Mobile websites

Google steps up its preference for Mobile websites with changes to its search algorithm. Find out more about the changes and what it means to your site

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12
Jan

17 Common SEO Myths

Think you’re all up to date with how Google works? We look at 17 Common SEO Myths when it comes to Search Engine Optimising your website.

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27
Jun

How Social Media Management Tools can help your business

If you tend to avoid Social Media because it takes up too much time, you might want to stop and take a look at this first…

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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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26
Jun

Have you got a Twitter feed on your website?

If your website has a Twitter Feed or widget, you might have found that it’s about to stop working! Twitter’s rolling out a new version of it’s API which will break compatibility for many websites displaying Tweets. Here’s what’s changing…

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