Helping you build great Rapidweaver websites

A quick wash and brush up

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Andrew Ostler from Expert Sleepers got in touch to ask for some help in "sprucing up our website". The company - which makes hardware and plugins for recording studios - had spent quite a bit of time building a website using one of the free themes included with Rapidweaver, together with the built-in page types; mainly the HTML page and the Blog page. They were keen to update the front page to make it easier for visitors to find products as well being able to add some extras like a Privacy Policy.

Helping with a Rapidweaver website

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Composer, musician, looper and guitar teacher John Sherry got in touch with us recently regarding his Rapidweaver site. John had built it himself and while he'd managed to get part of the way there, he didn't feel it did him - or the services he offers - justice. This was a perfect case use for Rapidweaver Help, so we sat down with John over Zoom and got to work, first on what he was hoping to achieve and then on the structure of the site.
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