Posts by The SCIP Team

Take bookings for fundraising events through your website!

Does your organisation run fundraising events? Promoting them on your website and selling tickets online can be a great way of making sure that events sell out fast – and it is easier to set up than you might think. SCIP have recently helped one of our clients, MindOut, add the ability for visitors to…

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Are your images legal?

Images can communicate better than words as well as adding interest to your website. But where have you sourced your images? Many people use Google Image Search to find suitable images but read the small print – “images may be subject to copyright. We have recently heard of cases where people have been sent a…

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New Logo

With the new website we decided to refresh our logo. Our logo has been around for a few years and its recognisable. There are two schools of thought about developing a new logo: Go for a total rebrand Make small changes in increments. Much has been written about companies who have had a disastrous re-brand,…

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Not getting on with Windows 8?

Microsoft have now stopped selling Windows 7 so if you buy a new computer you have to use Windows 8. Windows 8 does not have a start menu, some people live the new tiles start screen but it seems most just don’t get on with it. The lack of a start menu also makes it…

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ESCIS Search Widgets

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]ESCIS is a free resource for everyone which lists information about services, community groups and activities throughout East and West Sussex. See www.escis.org.uk You can add ESCIS search directly to your website. Simply copy the code below into your website html file or a text widget if using WordPress. The code will resize for…

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Setting Up a Shop

Check out the Love That Stuff wholesale website designed by Mark James with a great new online shop using Woo-commerce. Woo-commerce is an easy way to build an online shop, useful for organisations to sell items to raise money. It is a free and open source and can be integrated into WordPress.

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