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HTML5 Development

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The use of HTML5 affords us the opportunity to write clean, semantic mark-up, maximising the opportunity to rank highly on Google. To this end, we identify key phrases that we want the site to be listed under and build a new site map around them.

Currently, most websites are still built in XHTML1.0. This was the standard web technology until around 5 years ago. Since then, HTML5 has gained momentum as the defacto standard for web development.

HTML5 offers significant improvements on previous versions of HTML in that it has a more semantic structure which more clearly articulates the content of a page to search engines. There is a suite of new HTML tags that describe the "meaning" of the content they contain in order to help Google identify the keywords and phrases that are really pertinent to a user's search.

We have had some very positive results in this regard with a variety of websites over the last few years. A good example would be Clifford Chance's Global M&A Toolkit. Try Googling “Global M&A” and you will see that it scores a top five hit out of several million competing pages.

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HFW Website
HFW Website
Clifford Chance Website
CLifford Chance Website
BDO Graduate Recruitment Website
BDO Graduate Recruitment Website
Eversheds Website
Eversheds Website
Capp Website
Capp Website
Clifford Chance Global M&A Toolkit
Clifford Chance Global M&A Toolkit
HFW Grad Website
HFW Grad Website
Clifford Chance Financial Markets Toolkit
Clifford Chance Financial Markets Toolkit
Yegin Website
Yegin Website
nFocus Software Testing Website
nFocus Software Testing Website
Dependable Productions  Website
Dependable Productions Website
Kinky Malinki Website
Kinky Malinki Website

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Daniel Norman

Technical Director

My Tweets have vanished!!

Daniel Norman, Technical Director

Mark Norman

Creative Director

Twitter must be down...

Mark Norman, Creative Director

Ben Warnes

Web Developer

Twitter could do with someone awesome like me to help fix this issue!

Ben Warnes, Web Developer

Daniel Peto

Senior Designer

I agree, Ben could easily solve an issue like this. He is just so great!

Daniel Peto, Senior Designer

Ashton Warren

Designer

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Ashton Warren, Designer

Lisa French

Finance

I prefer to project my voice loudly instead of Tweeting anyway.

Lisa French, Account Manager