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Have a look at some of our latest sites, click on the site titles for further details, and on the thumbnails to be taken directly to the site.

Don't forget we are now offering FREE site updates for life to registered charites.

Maria's Dancing Footsteps

Maria's Dancing FootstepsMaria's Dancing Footsteps wanted a website promote their new business. The client wished to have secure areas that only registered members could view, so as to comply with child protection legislation. The site features an online discussion forum and photo gallery, both of which have public and private areas.

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Royal Naval Association (Number 10 Area)

RNA 10 AreaThe Royal Naval Association Number 10 Area needed site to keep their members in touch and to promote a medium sized site (60 pages) with multiple photo galleries, e-mail forwarding via aliases and regularly updated content. The site is fully searchable. A forum is the latest addition which has been customised to match the site style. The site also offers RSS feeds for latest news and announcements.

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Chiari Support UK

Chiari Support UKThe Chiari Support Group UK needed a web site that would be of use to both patients and professionals alike. A highly reliable discussion forum was needed, with the ability to be robust enough to sustain many hundreds of expected users. A targeted advertising solution has been implemented on the site in order for the client to offset hosting costs. Full on-site training has been provided to the client, as well as full support with domain registration and hosting.

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Crosby Royal Naval Association

Crosby Royal Naval AssociationCrosby Royal Naval Association required a site to keep both their members informed and to aid recruitment of new members. A database-driven content management system has implemented as well as picture galleries and a community forum. The site has been designed in Dreamweaver, using CSS layouts throughout. The client wanted the ability to update the site at frequent intervals, therefore onsite training has been provided. Hutton Web Design advised on all aspects of design, hosting and domain registration.

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HMS Victorious Association

Crystal Poppythe HMS Victorious Association were looking for a website in which there many members could share news, pictures and also stay in touch.

A customised discussion forum as well as an interactive image gallery were required. The client also requested the site styling tobe sympathetic to the Association's logo.

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Royal Naval Association (Number 3 Area)

Royal Naval Association (Number 3 Area)The Royal Naval Association (number 3 area), a static site with a database driven gallery allowing users to create galleries and albums and upload their own images directly. There is a discussion forum allowing both members and visitors to post. The site is designed in XHTML, PHP and CSS. Full advice has been given with regard to hosting and registration issues. It is envisaged that the clients will require training to update the site, and this will be provided on-site.

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Royal Naval Association (Number 6 Area)

The Royal Naval Association (number 6 Area) required an online presence to inform their members regarding forthcoming events and to promote their organisation

The site features a discussion forum (with live feeds to the front page), as well as an image gallery and full CSS styling.

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Lowercroft Nursery

Lowercroft NurseryLowercroft, a local nursery wanted an on-line presence where parents could interact with the company, finding out the latest news etc. To this end a custom scrolling script was implemented. There is also a rotating image and multiple image galleries. Downloads of all relevant documentation and application forms have been implemented. This site is no longer maintained by Hutton Web Design.

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28th Field Ambulance Veteran's Association

28th Field Ambulance Volunteers AssociationThe 28th Field Ambulance Veterans requested a site to keep their members informed of future events, to encourage new members and also a place to have an online guest book and interactive gallery.

Fully coded in HTML, php and CSS the site design mirrors the Association's military background.

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