Mindless Philosophy

These aren’t the droids...err blogs you’re looking for...

Uncommon & superficial ramblings about Umbraco, HTML, Jquery and CSS and how Downton Abbey ruins my life every year. This blog does not contain bunting, cushions or pastel colours and is a blatant SEO vehicle.


Umbraco 7.1.3 - First production Site

I have just finished my first Umbraco Version 7 production website and wanted to share my findings with the community. I have been working with Umbraco for a while now but needed a good project to str… more


Five of the Best Umbraco packages

People who have read my blog before may have gained the view that I like Umbraco. It’s easy for the user and accessible for the developer. It’s licensed to download and use into a production site at n… more


We’re Hiring…are you an Oxford Website Developer?

Oxford Web Design company Refresh Websites are hiring an Oxford based talented front-end developer with skills in Umbraco, CSS3, JavaScript & HTML5. Experience in responsive design is a must. We don’t… more


Simple SEO Friendly Umbraco Page Titles

It’s easy to be lazy with Umbraco. " I'll set a page title after Tiffin! ". I totally understand. We have all been there. After all, setting the page title to the page name will do....won't it? more


6 of the best Umbraco Properties for all websites

As you know, Umbraco comes pretty much ready to rock n’ roll from the end of the install. If you choose to install a starter package then you will have a fully working and featured website instantly. … more


Umbraco Sitemap in 3 mins

It's actually dead simple to create a fully featured and compliant XML sitemap that can be submitted to Google, Bing and Yahoo. You really don’t need any coding skills either. A sitemap is an absol… more


Umbraco Document Types Explained in 60 Seconds.

It seems many people get totally confused with Umbraco Document Types insofar as which properties to create and where. The powerful inheritance features of Umbraco mean that clever arrangements equate… more


Really simple Umbraco Social Media buttons

If you want to add Social Media buttons to your website you have a few options such as using the pre made code package AddThis. However I have found that AddThis buttons are slow to render and looking… more

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