• What should I include in my Privacy Policy?

    Posted 7 Oct 2016 | By Nadine Ishani

    Checklist of what to include in Privacy Policy

    The ICO have recently released updated guidance on what to include in your privacy notices - we run through the key points here.

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  • Content Review: How can you improve your SEO with content?

    Posted 20 Sep 2016 | By Nadine Ishani

    Improve your content with SEO

    As everyone returns from holidays and gets back into the swing of things, we take a quick look at what you can do to improve your SEO with content.

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  • Browser and Device Support: Summer 2016 Update

    Posted 24 Aug 2016 | By Ben Henshall

    We regularly review our browser support policy to make sure that we're building solutions that meet your needs. Here's the latest update.

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  • Two sides to every coin - building accessible sites

    Posted 4 May 2016 | By Brian Healy

    In the majority of briefs we receive, we are asked to build sites to meet W3C compliance standards. In short, we do what we can behind the scenes but there are two sides to every coin. When it comes to content it's over to you as content managers and editors. That's often not fully appreciated.

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  • Browser and Device Support: December 2015 Update

    Posted 4 Dec 2015 | By Ben Henshall

    Browsers and devices

    Tincan browser support focuses on usability and accessibility rather than pixel perfect rendering. Sites will render in all browsers, but some advanced features and aesthetics might be enhanced on modern browsers that can support such features. Here's the latest update on what we support.

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  • Where is my new web page?

    Posted 11 Mar 2015 | By Nadine Ishani

    On the majority of projects there are a few questions that repeatedly come into us at Tincan. One of these regulars usually takes the form of “I published a new page X amount of time ago but I can’t see it on the website. Where is it?”

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  • Writing for web - some tips and resources

    Posted 30 May 2014 | By Nadine Ishani

    Writing for web doesn't have to be tricky. There are lots of websites out there that can guide you but we thought we'd share own favourite tips. We're going to cover structure, language, formatting links, accessibility and of course give some useful links as further reading.

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  • Copy'n'paste content

    Posted 31 Mar 2014 | By Ben Henshall

    In an ideal world, all content entered on a site would be typed straight into the WYSIWYG input box and formatted there. In reality however content is usually written elsewhere, such as Word, and copy'n'pasted in.

    Any content written in an outside source such as Word will generate 'behind...

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