Website design and content

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Websites

Creative Commons

Free picture sites. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Drupal

Content management software. May not be available on NHSNet PCs. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Google Analytics

Create analytic solutions to provide insights into how visitors find and use your site. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Google Developers

Web developers best practice for various skill levels. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Joomla

Content management system.  May not be available on NHSNet PCs. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Sitepoint

For technical issues – articles, books and forums. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Smashing Magazine

Tips, tricks and advice on website coding, design, mobile applications, graphics and user experience (UX). [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Stackoverflow

For technical issues – articles and forums. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

Themeforest

Part of a network of sites that sell content, pictures, artwork etc. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

WordPress

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: 30/12/19]

WordPress Codex

Online manual for WordPress. [Last checked: 30/12/19]

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: 30/12/19]