August 2011
After a successful viral marketing campaign, the owners of Art of War Clothing consulted MyDigitalMedia to build them an eCommerce website, with specific requirements on appearance.

Starting out as sole traders selling their products through high street clothing retailer Ran, on Bold St, Liverpool, and at DJ events, the owners of Art of War Clothing wanted to take their business to the next stage.

Consulting with MyDigitalMedia, we were able to provide the pair with advice on the structure of their business, the benefits of going 'Limited', accounting, marketing, and (probably most obvious) how the internet can work for them.

Over the last few months, the business has seen itself gaining a huge interest from likers on facebook to purchase direct, and online, behind the scenes the website has been built and fine-tuned to match the Art of War brand, and tell their 'story'.

With a background in graphic design, essential for the designs that they produce on their line of clothing, the owners of Art of War Clothing were very particular on how their website is displayed, with particular attention to detail, ensuring that the site matches their brand and portrays the correct image and story.

The resulting website is launched today, visit:
Posted: 26/08/2011 08:35:00 by Kurt Farrar | with 0 comments

One of our Kentico customers recently asked how they could change the name of a page in Kentico CMS, and how they could also modify the menu item label to match. Naturally we told them that this is easy using Kentico CMS, and it is!

We've summarised the steps required here:

Firstly, you need to login to the CMS Desk with editor credentials. 
You'll then be presented with your document tree. These are all of the documents in your website. Some of these may not appear on your site menu/navigation. 
Select the document who's name/menu label you'd like to change. 
At this point, the right-hand side of the screen will refresh to show you further options.
Selecting the 'Form' tab will then allow you to change the 'Document Name' to something more suitable. 

As a CMS that is SEO-friendly, Kentico by default creates a new document alias for the document so that following a page name change, any links into the page both internally within the site, and externally (and therefore beyond your control) remain valid.

Give this a try and you'll see that this is another reason why we choose Kentico CMS for our client's Content Managed websites.
Posted: 02/08/2011 01:34:49 by Kurt Farrar | with 0 comments

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MyDigitalMedia are a small business IT consultancy specialising in web design, and web development creating high quality bespoke web solutions, and establishing our client's brands online, without a hefty price tag. Based in Widnes, Cheshire we cover all surround areas including St. Helens, Liverpool, Warrington, and Runcorn and have a number of national clients from throughout North Wales, and as far as Plymouth. Thanks to the internet, and online conferencing, we're never too far away. View our portfolio to view examples or projects that we have undertaken to date.