corporate website or intranet

large websites

If you feel that your website needs to do more than just tell your customers who you are and how to contact you, then you will require a larger website. Our large websites have numerous pages and greater depth, allowing you to really sell your services and inform the customer of what you do. Your large website can contain a wide variety of content including text, images, blogs, interactive elements, videos, contact forms, client accounts, RSS feed, social networking and much more. Here at Mamu Computing we always consider search engine optimisation when producing websites, using unique content, appropriate titles and internal linking to name a few, saving you both time and money if you decide to invest in online marketing for your website. In addition to developing the structure of your website we can also work with you to produce your content: text, images, etc. Take a look at our content writing and graphic design pages for further details.

We will work closely with you when creating a large website to ensure we understand exactly what you want. We will give you access to view the site throughout its development allowing you to review the site in your own time and contact us with any comments. Following the creation of your website, we provide everything required to get it up on the world wide web (take a moment to read our domain name registration and website hosting pages for further details. After your site is live we will still be on hand for any minor (or major) changes and updates so your site can grow alongside your company.

Gives us a call to discuss a website that suits your company or, if you prefer, drop us an email and we will contact you.

Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.
Banner Advert: You've probably noticed that the internet is fuelled by advertising, and banner adverts are one of the most common types of advert on the web. Banner ads are horizontal rectangles, typically 468 pixels by 60 pixels, that link to the adverti... read more
Cookie: A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website that is stored on a user's computer whilst the user is browsing the site. The data contains user preferences and settings, such as log-in details, previous searches or text size preferen... read more
Cross-Browser: A cross-browser site is simply a website that is compatible with multiple web browsers. Different browsers tend to each display websites in a slightly different manner, so for a website to be cross-browser compatible then the web designer w... read more
CSS: CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a scripting language that is used to uniformly style web pages. Rather than having to define the look of each web page individually within each page's code, CSS allows web developers to create a common loo... read more
Database: A database is an organised collection of data, stored in one or more tables that contain multiple fields, allowing for easy cataloguing and searching. Databases need database management software to sort the data and utilise it into a useful... read more
Dynamic Website: A dynamic website is one that generates its content as the user loads the page, meaning that the content could - and often does - change every time the user loads the page. An example of this would be a rolling news website such as the Guar... read more
E-Commerce: E-commerce refers to sites that buy and sell products or services over the internet. This includes sites such as Amazon, which sell products directly to their customers, but also includes sites where users can buy and sell to other users, s... read more
File Transfer Protocol (FTP): File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a method of transferring files between computers over a network (LAN or Internet). It is commonly used to upload, change and delete files on a web host in order to edit a web site. FTP requires two software c... read more
Home Page: The home page of a website is the main web page - usually the first page that the user sees, but sometimes sites choose to have a minor landing page that then redirects to the site's home page. The home page should describe the purpose and ... read more
Intranet: Unlike the internet, which refers to a global network, an intranet is a private network that exists purely within one organisation. It may refer to an organisation's internal website, or may be a more extensive network that consists of one ... read more
JavaScript: JavaScript is a scripting language that can be integrated into standard HTML web pages to add extra functionality and interactivity. Amongst other functions, JavaScript can be used to add animation (such as fading images in and out), valida... read more
RSS: RSS stands for RDF Site Summary (RDF is Resource Description Framework), but is often dubbed 'Really Simple Syndication', is a family of web feeds used to publish regularly updated work - such as news and blogs. An RSS feed typically contai... read more
Site Map: A site map is an overview of a website that users can see, clearly outlining the organisation of the website and showing the major features of the site. Some site maps include all of the pages in a site whereas others, usually large sites, ... read more
Web 2.0: Web 2.0 is term for the evolution of website technology into a 'second generation' or 'second version' of the internet. Coined in the early 2000s, it refers to the evolution of the web from a collection of passive information to an internet... read more