Having started programming in 1996 this year being 2016 marks two decades of coding.
So it is fitting that the release of Image Manager 4 (our in-house blog and web content system) can work on any device, is completely flexible to your business and ensures only correct information is entered.
It is a platform that allows for easy creation of systems by dividing it into re-usable components. So essentially once a component passes all of the tests it can be put in the library and re-used on similar systems. It makes creating new systems quicker and far less error prone.
One advantage is the code allows for very easy maintenance and upgrades with total backward compatiblity.
A system built by an SEO is substantially different to the ussual blog template with SEO tacked on as an after thought.
Having started SEO prior to Google the changes have been huge.
However the basics still remain the same innovation and persistence are prerequisites to success over the long term. We have developed a number of Australia wide successes - some have sold for large sums of money and can in some cases demonstrate a 20 - 1 Return on Investment from the original development costs not to mention the advertising and marketing costs saved.
With the proliferation of social media it is interesting to note that part of our system now incorporates a framework from Twitter called Bootstrap which is a CSS framework - a way of styling web pages to essentially work nicely on mobile phones.
Our image resizing is getting much more Photoshop like plus drag and drop multiple files for fast easy uploading.
Everything is built to make managing a website faster and easier from any device.
We have incorporated some third party products and learnt from some of the excellent social media platforms.
It is built to work on our optimised servers not clogged up with hacking attempts and inefficient code. For example we create spam busters that are customised and result in not needing cryptic codes entered to protect against spam.
In terms of how the public front end of the website can look check some of our website portfolio where the backend is the same but the front end can be virtually anything.
New features include keep track of your subscribers similar to how seperate products like MailChimp work, create a short link so you can track clicks on blog or news articles similar to how Bitly works but without the need for seperate logins. This feature is sensational because it is built into the platform so you get a link with your domain on it and can look like this - http://www.goldcoastlogin.com.au/LY?U=ImageManger4
We are looking forward to at least another decade of changes.
Check our document on Web Development What's New
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