Custom Header - Now with HTML links for Smartphone / Outlook Express
We have been offering a custom header design service for the last 3 months and this led us to develop new functionality for when someone browsing your website clicks their mouse on your header or taps it with their finger when using their Smartphone.
I am going to use one of our ifit-PRO websites as an example now, if you look at the image above you will see that is a header image that we created for http://www.thebiz.me.uk/. On that header you will see that there we have added Neil's email address, some contact us text and the phone numbers into the image. But they are just pixels of an image created in Photoshop and that alone will not give your computers browser or your potential customers browser any information that any part of the image is a phone number or email address for example.
We have developed something to solve this problem and I'm going to call it a "Header HTML Mapping Service" where we can map the HTML mapping information to match up with your custom header image. With our "Header HTML Mapping Service" any phone numbers or email addresses in your header image will literally come to life when you tap on them from your smartphone or click on the email address image from your PC. Give it a try by going to my website http://www.sussexinstallations.co.uk/ on your smartphone and tap on my phone numbers or email address to see what I mean.
We will include this in the price of a custom header (which is just £60+VAT) until the end of December 2013 (we have actually done this retrospectively and free of charge to anyone who paid for a custom header before we released the development, as you should all know by now that I believe that those who act early should be rewarded rather than be penalised!). If any of you have your own headers and would like us to add the functionality to make them interactive then we can do this at an admin cost of £30+VAT, please email email@example.com if you would like any more information about this or anything else.
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