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CILIP: 7 Tips for Health Website Managers

Post NHS reforms, many organisations now exist to provide the NHS with advice, consultancy and training. A few have excellent websites that deliver good content in an engaging, accessible way. More though fall short, making the lives of information professionals harder. If they were to ask for his advice as a user, this is what CILIP blogger Matt Holland would tell them. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

Creative Commons

Free picture sites. [Last checked: 7/6/17]


Content management software. May not be available on NHSNet PCs. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

Google Analytics

Create analytic solutions to provide insights into how visitors find and use your site. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

Google Developers

Web developers best practice for various skill levels. [Last checked: 7/6/17]


Content management system.  May not be available on NHSNet PCs. [Last checked: 7/6/17]


For technical issues – articles, books and forums. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

Smashing Magazine

Tips, tricks and advice on website coding, design, mobile applications, graphics and user experience (UX). [Last checked: 7/6/17]


For technical issues – articles and forums. [Last checked: 7/6/17]


Part of a network of sites that sell content, pictures, artwork etc. [Last checked: 7/6/17]


Content management software. WordPress is web software you can use to create a website, blog, or app. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time. May not be available on NHSNet PCs. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

WordPress Codex

Online manual for WordPress. [Last checked: 7/6/17]

W3 Schools

W3Schools is a web developers site, with tutorials and references on web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, and JQuery, covering most aspects of web programming. [Last checked: 7/6/17]