New website. New logo. New brand. New WebPraxis.


We’ve launched our new responsive website today along with a new logo and brand for the company.

Confusion over new cookie law


In a move that will affect every company that uses a website to do business, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced last week new, stricter cookie regulations – where website visitors will have to opt in before tracking codes can be used to monitor their online behaviour.

New Phone System


We have just installed a new IP phone system here at the Webpraxis offices.

Internet Explorer 7 Release Candidate 1


Microsoft have released Internet Explorer 7 Release Candidate 1 yet another phase in the build up to the full release of IE7.

Internet Explorer 7 beta 3


Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 7 Beta 3 the final beta before Internet Explorer 7 goes on general release this autumn.

Webpraxis launch the LFE Website


Webpraxis have completed work on the League Football Education website.

League Football Education was formed by the Football League and the Professional Footballers’ Association….

Microsoft release Flash update for IE 6


Microsoft’s latest patch for Windows XP released on the 28th February 2006 changes the way that Flash and other Microsoft ActiveX controls, loaded by the APPLET, EMBED or OBJECT elements behave in IE 6 (Internet Explorer 6.)

New Website Launch


Our new website is now online. It’s been a while coming but we’ve been so busy working on our clients websites that we neglected our own.

Search engine optimised copywriting for the web


Good copywriting for the web is about balancing good content for both human readers and search engine spiders. Different search engines apply different algorithms and therefore different criteria as to how they rank website pages.

Accessibility Statement


The Webpraxis website has been designed to be accessible to as many people as possible.

RSS Explained


If you want to keep up to date with the latest News and content from a whole heap of websites without having to visit each one individually, RSS is just what you need.