Lowcross International Trading is a great example of a custom WordPress web design Malpas. This is a complete redevelopment of the existing website which was plain HTML. Before the conversion the client could not manage their web site. Now that they run WordPress they are able to manage any of their content, from changing images to altering page content and adding new pages. This web design Malpas was developed before the trend of responsiveness. Resizing the browser we can see that the website doesn’t resize to the shape of the device being viewed on. While this will not affect the desktop searches, Google does penalise website searches when the site is not mobile responsive.Making a website responsive is really important and something we advise all our clients.
This web design Malpas is clean and has a 4 column widget layout. In these the content and menu items can be changed at any time. The client felt that it was important to show a silhouette of the city under the content to make the footer stand out more and guide users to the contact information. The colours are the same as their old website, and we used a block-like font to match the logo.
While this web design Malpas does have a blog built in it is not currently active. We urge all of our clients to use a news section or blog even if they add just one article a month. Fresh content will always help to boost Google rankings and make a website more interesting to look at. This web site has a built in ecommerce section that changes regularly. The products are updated as and when they become available. This is all managed inside the WordPress admin section. While the ecommerce does not have a shopping cart, it does allow visitors to browse an online catalogue of products.
Website Design Features
- Bespoke web design
- Complete website revamp
- WordPress blog setup and integration
- JQuery and PHP
- Graphic design and image optimisation
- Content management system
- Copywriting service
- Managed WordPress hosting
- Website responsiveness
- Custom plugin development