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Please note that our offices will close for a short summer break on Wednesday the 21st August, and reopen on Monday 26th August. In the event of an urgent problem you will still be able to contact us via the usual channels which will be closely monitored. Simply leave a telephone or e-mail message explaining the nature of the problem and your issue will be addressed promptly.

In the last few months we have become aware of increased incidence of e-mail accounts being compromised and used to send spam. To avoid this happening to you we would like to urge all clients to ensure that email account passwords are secure and updated at least once a year.

You might be aware that a new law regarding the use of cookies came into effect on 26th May 2012. UK Website owners are now required to obtain specific consent from visitors to place cookies on their computers. If you are unsure whether your website is compliant with the new legislation, please contact us and we will be happy to carry out a check, and advise on whether any action is required.


As we showed in our Web 2.0 article, traditional 'Tell a friend' links from products or sites have only a 0.2% click through rate [Figure taken from 100 UK sites, Rank Me Report 2007]. This figure is so low that it doesn't justify the presence of such links, which have always proved popular with website owners.

Do you own your domain name? You probably think that you do, and you wouldn't be alone. Many people don't realise a few key facts about domain names, namely:

Web 2.0 is a term that is widely used, yet frequently misunderstood. There is widespread disagreement over exactly what Web 2.0 actually is. However, the broad consensus is that it represents a more social, interactive experience that is more aligned with the way that people interact in the real world.

U DO CMS Update

We are constantly working to improve our U DO content management software, and to show how easy it can be to update a website, we've decided to produce a selection of short videos that demonstrate U DO in action. First up is adding a new page to an existing site:

U DO allows you to edit and change the menu structure of your site quickly and easily - move whole submenus around without disrupting page content. 100% pure CSS menus give great flexibility and accessibility.

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