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Vanguard Homes

Vanguard Homes
: launched
March 2014

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Vanguard Homes
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Launch Date
March 27, 2014
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A selection of rotating text and/or images are dynamically displayed on a website to add some interest and movement. Sections of content can also appear randomly to keep the website fresh and engaging.

Dynamic Home Page Banner

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Custom Gallery or Listing

Displays images and descriptions of staff, products, services, projects and more. Images are displayed along with headings, text and data in a custom designed layout. Galleries and listings can become quite complex and include additional data fields with links to more content on an additional web page for each item.

Video

YouTube or Vimeo video feeds are added as a single feature video or a video gallery for multiple videos which are added or changed often.

Online Form

Gathers targeted information from clients with a customised online form. When a user submits a form, the results are emailed for action. Ideal for enquiries, quotes, feedback and much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Displays an attractive list of common questions on a website to help support customers. The question will automatically link to the answer either on a new page or with an accordian style pop-under link.

Mobile Responsive

Website is designed using modern frameworks to ensure it scales nicely across mobiles, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. Preferred by mobile users and search engines alike!

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