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New ecommerce website for MiaFleur

We’re pleased to announce the launch of another great ecommerce website, this time for MiaFleur in Leicester.

MiaFleur is an online homewares boutique selling a range of eclectic and unique interior products such as handmade cushions, vintage pictures, home accessories and gifts. We worked closely with their design team to produce a site according to their brand specification and requirements.

Google Shopping

An automated XML feed ensures MiaFleur’s products are featured directly on Google Shopping with new items are included on a regular basis. The site is also equipped with a full Google sitemap so that each category and product page is made available on the regular Google search engine at the point of being published.

WordPress Integration

The site features a blog which was built using WordPress, the world’s largest open source blogging platform. This allows MiaFleur to publish regular news articles and nuggets of information, as well as engage with their customers via a comments section.

Fast, reliable & standards compliant

By adhering to best practise standards throughout the development process, the MiaFleur site is both fast and functional with a Google Page speed score of 91 out of 100. This demonstrates our commitment to building top quality websites by writing clean and condense HTML markup, losslessly compressing images and other content, as well as tuning the site’s hosting environment for maximum performance.

As with all of our websites, the individual pages have been structured in a semantic and search engine friendly manner. Each page was carefully hand-coded to ensure reliability and speed, and to avoid “markup bloat” which many sites often suffer from.

The site was tested in over 10 different web browsers before its launch to ensure maximum compatibility. This is important as the market share of browsers such as Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari continues to increase and visitors view web pages via an ever diverse range of devices.