Launch of the brand new CDI World website

written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | March 9, 2017

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the new CDI World website, after they came to us with the idea of building a new website. They needed a safe and secure site, one which would protect their data – and that of their clients. While stickee already hosted CDI World’s old site, this new project enabled […]

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WordPress vs Drupal in 2017

written by Laurie Calcutt | February 2, 2017

The battle between the content management systems will hit fever pitch in 2017, or will at least mildly heat up as much as a CMS battle can. The two most popular systems are undoubtedly WordPress and Drupal. But which one will take number one spot this year, and which should you be using for your […]

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Some useful WordPress Template Snippets

written by Karl Binder | April 5, 2013

Out of the box WordPress comes as a useful tool for creating simple brochure websites. The mass of community plugins also add real value to WordPress as a platform for building simple websites. When creating bespoke templates there are a few useful code snippets, which I have listed some of below, that come in handy […]

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Fazeley Events Website

written by Karl Binder | April 9, 2011

Fazeley Events in Birmingham is a new venture for Fazeley Studios. The new Fazeley Events website has been created in WordPress and has been optimised to clearly show the different offerings the venue has to it’s different target markets, such as weddings, corporate events, meetings, parties and conferences. The new site, in conjunction with our […]

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Content Management Systems

written by Karl Binder | March 11, 2010

What is content management? Content management is a method of controlling content on a website from within a database. This allows content to be separated from the HTML code that makes up web pages altogether, this in turn allows you to change the design without editing content and allows you to reuse content in multiple […]

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Why WordPress?

written by Karl Binder | July 4, 2009

Open source software has it’s pros and cons. Our CMS of choice at this time in 2009 is still generally is Drupal, especially for the larger sites, but WordPress has come a long way in the last few years, and although still ideal for it’s blogging roots, has now become a much more versatile CMS. […]

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