The Bluelinemedia Blog
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Posted 7th August 2018 | Category: Web Development Blog
We're developing a new bespoke website for Travail including design, content management, jobs administration and Broadbean integration
Posted 7th August 2018 | Category: Web Design Blog
Secure (SSL) certificates help your Google rankings, reassure customers and protect your data.
Posted 1st November 2016 | Category: Web Marketing Blog
Google's new search layout puts paid adverts and Google Map listings above the full website list, so if you're not listed here you are missing out on business.
Posted 4th June 2015 | Category: Web Development Blog
The best way to list Vebra properties on your website is using their "API" service so that buyers stay on your website. If your property links start with "www.vebra.com" then you're not getting the most from the service. And if you're entering your properties twice - once in Vebra and then again on your website - you're wasting time.
Posted 31st October 2014 | Category: Web Marketing Blog
There's one step you can take today that will make your website look better, represent your business more effectively, and get results.
Content management puts you in charge of your website, and removes two fundamental barriers: money and time. If you can update your website for free, you never have to worry about the financial implications of making changes, so you'll do it more often.
Posted 9th May 2014 | Category: About Us Blog
New and improved bespoke content management
Posted 28th January 2014 | Category: Web Design Blog
Here's a quick spotlight on a feature we've added to a few e-commerce sites recently. The filtered search lets users select product values with tick boxes to narrow down the results until they find what they need.
Posted 22nd January 2014 | Category: Web Design Blog
You may have heard the term 'responsive design' in relation to websites. This is the increasingly common solution to the problem of how to make your website look good on different devices. The 'responsive' part of the term refers to the fact that the website dimensions are automatically altered depending on the dimensions of your screen. It's all one website but 'responds' differently depending on the user's device, so they get the best experience possible.
Posted 17th December 2013 | Category: Web Design Blog
When you've bought products and entered your address online, you've probably typed a postcode and selected your address from a list. It's a familiar feature with online shops, but you may not know how to add it to your own website.
Posted 20th November 2013 | Category: Web Development Blog
We are currently re-designing the Bluelinemedia website (watch this space!). One of the new changes we are making is to code the site to the HTML 5 standard and with this we want to make the site responsive, so it re-sizes for smartphones and tablets.