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This is a blog from the Internet Development Team at ILRT, Bristol. We build websites and web applications for a wide variety of customers, many in the UK higher education sector. Continue reading…

Archive for December, 2009

Firefox 3.5 – now the world’s most popular browser

Over the last few years Internet Explorer‘s dominance in the browser market has been in steady decline. Today we are spoilt for choice in what we use to browse the web. With the slick Safari, mobile Opera, lightning-fast Chrome or ever-expandable Firefox, there is a browser out there for just about everyone.

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Published on 23 Dec 09 under News and updates | Comments Off on Firefox 3.5 – now the world’s most popular browser

New! We’re now providing content services…

The web is the most efficient way of communicating and engaging with your users and audiences. Many of our clients don’t have the in-house time or skills to do this, so we do it for them! We have experts in writing, producing and publishing compelling text, video and audio content for the web. We also […]

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Published on 15 Dec 09 under News and updates | Comments Off on New! We’re now providing content services…

A closer look at content migration

Redesigning your existing website is an exciting time. Kieren Pitts takes a look at one aspect of the project that is often given only cursory attention…. content migration.

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Published on 11 Dec 09 under Briefings | 2 Comments »

What is Open Source?

We use a lot of open source software for our websites and systems, but what exactly does “open source” mean? Ed Crewe, Senior Technical Developer, explains… What is it? Open source is part of the ‘open movement’ which aims to provide open access to the source materials and knowledge with which high technology is developed. […]

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Published on 4 Dec 09 under Briefings | 1 Comment »

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