The Highpoint Media Blog
3rd March 2015, Time: 03:38 PM 0 Comments
HTTP (http ://) is the first part of the web address on your browser. Most sites on the internet now use HTTP/1.1, which has been around since 1999. However, with all the changes that have occurred with the web since then, an upgrade was long overdue.
17th April 2014, Time: 08:12 PM 0 Comments
Why we believe we are the best for logo design in Bolton...
2nd April 2014, Time: 11:12 PM 0 Comments
I spend rather a long time explaining to customers the benefits of having your website built with an admin management panel so I thought I'd write a short blog post about it.
27th March 2014, Time: 07:53 PM 0 Comments
Most new websites built in this era are "responsive". Today's blog post seeks to explore exactly what Responsive Web Design (RWD) is, and why I believe it is important and beneficial.
9th January 2014, Time: 03:59 PM 0 Comments
Whether you are an existing business with a stale, out-of-date website,
or you have been let down by your previous web designer, or if you have a
brand new business start up venture that requires a website, Highpoint Media
are definitely worth considering. Here's five reasons to convince you:
15th April 2013, Time: 04:25 PM 0 Comments
Business marketing is no longer restricted to flashy logos, catchy or
gaudy textures for literatures. Today the most dynamic tool of marketing
is an effective website. It can reach masses easily and attracts
customers faster than any other mode.
8th April 2013, Time: 07:01 PM 0 Comments
Time has come when integration of technological advancement has become
necessary to make a common language (HTML) usable across all platforms.
HTML 5, though still under review of various technical work groups,
appears to be acceptable as a common multi-platform web development
2nd April 2013, Time: 02:49 PM 0 Comments
Mobile phones are set to be the next platform for access to the
It is quite a logical happening for the good reason of mobile phones
being constant handy companions and the convenience of browsing when
people are on the move.