Welcome to Ralph Flynn Web Services
Looking for a website?
- New website
- Maybe a new look for an existing website
- Website with E-Commerce
- Perhaps you want to show off your photos with a Flickr integrated site
- If you require a Domain name and or Hosting we recommend TSOHOST based in the UK
The options are almost endless so why not get in touch by using the contact page and we can get talking about what you want and how we can help
Please take time to have a look at the examples of websites we already have completed for our clients
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It only seems like yesterday I was writing on this blog about Ralph Flynn Web Services and here we are one year on.
Been quite an exciting year with lots of updates and sites to work on, had some new sites to build and sadly a couple have closed. Looking forward to 2019 with new sites and ventures.
Well just a quick one and I would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a great 2019.
When I first started out designing websites my aim was to build a website for my own use, this soon turned into something more. I built a few basic sites and experimented with different things, wanting to understand what was going on I enrolled in a webdesign collage course. I completed the course and came away with a qualification in web design and a greater knowledge of what was going on. With this new qualification under my belt I embarked on designing my first real website, now long gone this site included information and images, me not being happy with just text and images I used my knowledge to build my next site this time it was a shop for selling large items like cars, boats and used a data base for the data to be loaded on for the array of images, text and videos to be recalled when the page for the particular item was being viewed. That’s the basics and back then this was the most update way, Now days things have gone from strength to strength and makes the old ways look very basic but without those early days we would not have the systems available today and yes we do still use the basic computer language in one form or another.