As many of you know, I have been involved with Website Design for a number of years and have often talked about launching my own business. I am very pleased to announce that I have indeed succeeded in this goal.
Purple Paw is a Joomla website solution specialist. While I do work with other methods of site build (static sites, CSS, WordPress, etc), Joomla is my area of expertese. Joomla is a solid web solution and can be used for a number of purposes, from single sales pages, full content information websites and even fully customized ecommerce solutions.
Purple Paw is a registered business in Australia and my details can be found on the Australian Business Registrar.
If you are ever in need of a new website, or have a current one that is in need of a do-over, please do not hesitate to drop by Purple Paw Web Design and give us a call.
After a lengthy hiatus, we are back with 2 new videos in our beginners guide to building your own CSS website. In the latest 2 videos we show you how to use CSS driven image-bullet menus using the UL and LI functions, and also show you how to pull your template apart and re-build it using individual PHP files and the very handy PHP Require statement.
Over the last few years I have been approached many times asking for tips on how to build custom websites using up to date CSS build techniques.
CSS, or “Custom Style Sheet” is essentially a way to build websites that are quicker to load, easier to work with and compatible with more web browsers. Unlike original HTML which used clumsy tables and hard coded formatting, CSS is more fluid, and much much more powerful.
The problem is, those new to web design often turn to low quality web-design software to help them with their sites. Many of these still use the old style HTML, so the sites they build, while good looking and serving their use are not fully compatible with the search engines, and therefore seriously a major issue. Continue reading →