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Be visible on the Internet
with our designs and web site realization

We offer you all types of concepts and design of websites:

- Pamphlet
- Presentation
- Business
- Custom
- Responsive (Mobile / Tablets)


This website has been designed according to the latest Google AMP-HTML standard and is both highly efficient and fully compatible with all mobile devices and screens of different sizes.


Having your site listed on the first page by all search engines for all relevant searches, is more important than having a well-designed website.


In terms of indexing web documents, coding them in compliance with W3C standards guarantees better ranking and recognition results, resulting in increased visibility by search engines.

Standards-compliant documents are not only more accurately indexed through their more logical information structure, but are also more likely to meet search engine expectations, which in turn facilitates accessibility and evaluation at the time of their classification.

Indeed, it is much easier for an indexing algorithm to recognize a document that meets the standards than another that does not respect any structural logic.

The W3C standards

Although validation is not mandatory on the Web, it is useful for improving the quality of pages.


From a commercial point of view
It is important to make sure that as many people as possible are viewing your website correctly. Compliance with W3C standards ensures that whatever their browser and operating system, the user will access your site correctly.

From a social point of view
It is important to consider the integration of accessibility standards, so that the disabled too can use the Internet in years to come.

From the technical point of view
Enriching these standards requires that some webmasters innovate and break these standards. This is the paradox of the internet; we must not give in to uniformity for its existence, but it must at least remain globally coherent.

Measuring performance

We use browsers to access information that is published on the Internet.

Browsers have the ability to interpret and translate electronic documents (also called web pages) that were built according to certain standards.

The measure of accuracy and the efficiency of this process of relaying information results in the real-world users experience. Just like verbal communication that is grammatically incorrect or one that is accompanied by unnecessary noise, has the potential to result in misunderstanding, so an incorrectly built webpage may perform poorly and fail to convey the desired message to its audience.

Today’s web pages “language” is reliant on an amalgamation of standards like: HTML, CSS, PHP, and JavaScript.

In an attempt to set metrics to web page “correctness”, Google has provided web developers with a number of tools that analyse, measure and report on web pages performance.

Google's PageSpeed Insights (PSI) is one such tool. It analyses the webpage content as it would be displayed on both mobile and desktop devices and classifies its performance by means of a score out of 100:

Click the icon at the bottom of this page to see how PSI classifies this page.


Other websites that test and provide audit of websites integrity and performance are:

To CMS or not to CMS ?

The larger more complex websites are more often than not created with the help of software known as Content Management System (CMS). Such software offers websites owners the choice of templates (looks) of their website ahead of it being developed, whilst designers automate the creation of websites, thus speeding up the development cycle.

Ideally, designing and maintaining a modern website should remain the job of professionals. However, this domain has not managed to escape the modern DIY concepts.

Inevitably, this is achieved by means of permanently overloading a website, fact that otherwise would not have been strictly necessary. If building an apartments block requires the erection of scaffolding, imagine that in order to facilitate the block’s ongoing maintenance, scaffolding would never be removed. For the luxury of relative ease of managing its contents, a website that is produced using a CMS software has to forever be left with all of the “scaffolding” that was used at its construction phase.

Your website needs only the occasional text editing? No need to add or remove webpages, or to perform images modifications? A comprehensive CMS that is: WordPress, Drupal, MODx, Typo3, Joomla, or concrete5 could certainly do the job. These however, are definitely not the most adequate tools for your website’s maintenance. Using a CMS to administer the contents of your website would be like using the largest available hammer to fix a little nail on the wall.

But, is there a more suitable solution?

XWinSCP is a very light, easy to use CMS (Content Management System) application for Microsoft Windows, that provides a quick and easy means for a non-technical website owner to modify web pages textual contents.

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