Name: James Herrington
Tel: 07988 991 353
Address: South Cerney, GL7 5XX Cirencester
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Clients & Projects: 2
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No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2009
First 4 Quality offers a complete website design service to small and medium size businesses in Cirencester and the surrounding area.
With extensive experience in all areas of website design including semantic, standards compliant XHTML and CSS, search engine optimisation, content management systems and many more First 4 Quality are equipped and committed to providing customers with a professional looking, functional website that offers great value for money.
If you want to find out more about the services provided visit our website and use the contact form to chat with one of our team.
Industry SectorsPublic Sector, Retail
Tends to work withPublic Sector, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME)
General location of clients:Cirencester, South Cerney, Kemble, Fairford, Swindon, Cheltenham
Content Management System:At First 4 Quality we don't believe that any single CMS can handle all projects which is why we offer a range of CMS options depending on your requirements and level of expertise. We even have a custom built CMS framework which we can build upon should your site require some unique functionality not offered by open source options.
The Hat Shop Lisburn
The brief for this project was to add a simple CMS that allows the client to update the page content as well as the images within the numerous flash galleries. The CMS was custom developed using our existing framework and was completed in a very short timeframe. Read More
Cannock Chase High School - XHTML & CSS Markup
Cannock Chase High School is an 11-18 mixed comprehensive, with 1,700 students on roll, serving Cannock and its surrounding area. First 4 Quality took the PSD design for this site and turned it into a semantic HTML and CSS page template. Read More
Should we still support IE6 as standard?
For every project we estimate that around 40% of the time building the front end is spent fixing the site to work correctly in IE6. Ultimately this extra time means higher costs and with IE6 rapidly losing market share is it really worth supporting?
Catching Robots Using Honeypots...
Whilst the title might make this article sound like a Ray Mears survival guide, the rather boring truth is its about stopping robots spamming your forms.