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Anthony is Ballyhoo's Managing Director and Web Developer, responsible for building your website and keeping it online.

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Business Continuity Plan

Business Continuity Plan

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.

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SQL Database Of US States

SQL Database Of US States

Posted on 13th July 2012 by Anthony

We recently had to create a table of US States for use with our e-commerce software, Ballyhoo Commerce. We'd like to share our findings in the hope that they will benefit someone else.

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VAT Registration

VAT Registration

Posted on 1st August 2011 by Anthony

As of today, 1st August 2011, Ballyhoo Ltd has become a VAT registered business. This means we will now be applying the current VAT rate of 20% to all of our future invoices.

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Our Environmentally Friendly Server

Our Environmentally Friendly Server

Posted on 21st September 2010 by Anthony

We received a certificate today to let us know that, as part of our hosting provider Rackspace's partnership with the International Tree Foundation, trees have been planted in the UK to counteract our server's carbon emissions.

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Our New Content Management System

Our New Content Management System

Posted on 2nd September 2010 by Anthony

Throughout our time as web developers we've encountered many different content management systems (CMS) so we like to think we know what we're talking about. The majority are excellent and work well for our customers, offering enormous flexibility and cool features. But, unfortunately, they usually all have one thing in common – they’re complex and time-consuming, requiring training to manage even basic functions.

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Designing Websites For The iPad

Designing Websites For The iPad

Posted on 25th February 2010 by Anthony

I've been asked by a few people in recent weeks how I think the introduction of the iPad will change the way we design web sites. Whether I'll be buying an iPad or not, and whether it takes off or not, the truth is it's unlikely to affect the way we design our sites for a number of reasons.

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