Posted on 8th August 2013 by Sam
Videos are handy for a number of reasons. Whether they are there to provide instructions, introduce a new product or simply just to show fluffy animals doing stupid things; they can be a valuable addition to your website. Embedding videos on your website, rather than linking to one that is hosted elsewhere, means that your readers can view them without leaving your website as well as giving you the opportunity to create extra content on your site, which we all know search engines like to see.
Posted on 22nd March 2013 by Alison
We've recently changed our approach to improving the success of our customers' websites, moving to a broader online marketing service that targets more quality traffic and conversions rather than just trying to improve search engine rankings.
Posted on 14th March 2013 by Anthony
Earlier today my colleague was converting a document to HTML for one of our support and maintenance customers and asked how to change the start number of an unordered list. Believe it or not in the many years I've been doing web development this is the first time I've needed to do such a thing, so I did a quick search for attributes on the OL tag and found the following W3Schools page:
Posted on 22nd January 2013 by Alison
There's a saying in the field of data backup that warns, "If it's not in three places, it doesn't exist". At Ballyhoo we work by this rule and advise you to do so too, backing up your data to three separate locations is an easy and very worthwhile thing to do.
Posted on 5th January 2013 by Anthony
At Ballyhoo we're often asked about the procedures we have in place to protect our customers' interests and data. In the past we've provided this information on request but recently we put together an official Business Continuity Plan that we are now delighted to share with you.