We always coded using the best standard of HTML, XHTML strict. Now that browsers are adapting much better to html5, the newest technology, we will give all customers a choice to have their web site coded using XHTML strict, or HTML5. (HTML5 being the lesser supported but more future proof option so depends on the individual business requirements)
Our web sites have specialised layouts applied for mobile viewports, these help your mobile visitors to see text more clearly, to read without zooming in/out, and to make sales enquiries quickly and easily without having to use a desktop computer. Check out your Google analytics and see how many visitors your web site has, that would benefit from a mobile layout.
What does Html5 mean for you?
Html5 will allow us to much more easily create a web site with a wider width for widescreen monitors, that will degrade down to Ipad size and even show a mobile version of your web site. By satisfying the standards for all 3, we are also adhering to standards by default for any new devices that may be yet to come on the market in this very fast-moving area.
Cross browser compatibility
We go to great effort to make sure your web site will render correctly in all major browsers, that includes Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera, Firefox. Internet Explorer was the dominant browser, however as the population has become more Internet-savvy, Firefox gained massive market share as have the smaller browsers on offer. You don’t want to lose a customer using a certain browser, especially when it could be that 20% of the entire population of Internet users are using the same browser. Because all browsers render code differently, it takes a bit of effort to achieve this compatibility, and entirely worth it for the highest standard of work. You can check your Google Analytics which shows you exactly which browsers and browser versions people are using when visiting your website.