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Analytics Google Tag Manager

Analytics for Multiple Store Fronts with Google Tag Manager

written by Ben Pusey | February 16, 2017

One of the services we offer here at stickee is a white label mobile phone comparison service. We are in the process of rebuilding and modernising this service so that all the websites can run on one back end and off of a single code base. That means, multiple websites will need to run on […]

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4 reasons why mobile optimisation matters

Like it or not, people are looking at your website on a mobile

written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | January 30, 2017

So, you went and made a website. Congratulations! We bet it looks amazing on your office desktop – but really, what matters is that it looks amazing to your customers. And there’s a pretty good chance they’ll be using a smartphone to browse your site, what with the year being 2017 and all. If your […]

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Restricting Orientation on Apps built in Titanium Appcelerator

written by Karl Binder | April 10, 2012

If you are using Titanium Appcelerator to developer applications for mobile devices you may want to restrict which Orientations the app is allowed to use on your devices. This is a fairly simple process and requires you adding some code into your app’s tiapp.xml file. For IOS The example below allows portrait only on the […]

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Effective product and software design from a company-strategic perspective

written by Wayne Newsome | March 28, 2012

At the time of his death, Steve Jobs had created the world’s most valuable company and had helped to revolutionise seven separate industries being personal computing, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, digital publishing and Retail stores. To summarise the edict of the late Steve Jobs and his philosophy towards product design: Stay focused. Decide […]

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Xcode – inserting CSS and Javascript into a UIWebView

written by Karl Binder | January 26, 2012

Whilst creating an iPhone application recently we had a need to be able to insert out own custom stylesheet and javascript, or jquery into certain web pages loaded within a UIWebView within the application. We did it in the webViewDidFinishLoad section of the ViewController.m file: [CSSWebView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString:@”var script = document.createElement(‘script’);” “script.type = ‘text/javascript’;” “script.src = […]

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Development

written by Karl Binder | March 11, 2011

Our developers are experienced in multiple programming languages but we predominantly work using PHP with open source software such as Drupal, Magento and WordPress. We develop bespoke modules for integrating websites into third party systems to cut down on duplication and make your website work harder for you. Areas of expertise: Drupal Content Management Drupal […]

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Developing Drupal Modules

written by Karl Binder | October 11, 2010

At Adhere we’ve been working with Drupal, the open source content management system, along with WordPress and several other systems for quite a few years now. They’ve come along way since the early days of Mambo and Joomla. For versions 5 and 6 we have developed quite a few bespoke modules for various client and […]

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Drupal – manually creating graphs with View variables

written by Karl Binder | April 24, 2010

This PHP snippet is pretty customised but shows how you can use variables passed in a view to created more graphical representations of the results with just CSS and no need for a graphs module. This snippet calculates percentage heights of a total graph area for each node in the view result and then sets […]

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Inter Car Cleaning Software Development

written by Karl Binder | February 23, 2010

We’re currently working on a rebrand, website and software application for ICC, Inter Car Cleaning. This includes a piece of offline/online software that can be used to book and log car wash and valet services across multiple locations. The bookings are entered into a machine on location which then syncs up to a central system […]

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Everybody wants curves…

written by Karl Binder | August 24, 2009

I’m always getting asked for curved corners. It’s easy to get sick of curved corner boxes and the like when overdone everywhere, same as the overuse of an design feature. I’ve actually had someone specify to me in the past that they wanted their new web design to be ‘web 2.0: curved corners and flash […]

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Test Cards for Protx

written by Karl Binder | June 10, 2009

When testing payment gateways during the build of a website it’s important to have a selection of test cards available to use. Below is a table of test card numbers for just such an occasion: Card Type Protx Card Name Card Number Issue Number Visa VISA 4929000000006 n/a Visa Delta DELTA 4462000000000003 n/a Visa Electron […]

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