Bespoke Website Design & Development Southampton
I’m Dan Norris, I’m a Web Developer, based in Southampton, Hampshire, UK
I am passionate about web design and development. I enjoy turning a blank canvas into an aesthetically pleasing user interface, whilst meeting the requirements of clients.
Web Design & Development
Whether you need a new website for your business, or you just need to spice up your current one. I can produce an aesthetically pleasing, user friendly, standards compliant website that your visitors can appreciate and trust.
All websites are integrated into a content management system as standard, featuring platforms such as WordPress and Magento.
Bespoke WordPress Themes
Form large information websites, online job boards, to online stores – WordPress can do it all!
Unique themes tailored exclusively for your website, you know you have a CMS that you can trust. Do you have a project in mind, or an existing WordPress powered site? Please feel free to get in touch.
Client - Rob Dunning Photography
“Dan, thanks so much for all of your hard work putting my new website together – you’ve been brilliant! I was expecting the project to be such a nightmare but you’ve actually made it a pleasure.
I’ve had lots of positive feedback from other photographers, which must be good as most of them are my competitors.”
Managing Director - Advantec Internet Services
“Dan is one of the most hard-working, conscientious individuals I’ve worked with and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend his web design services to anyone.”
Recent Blog Posts
Access the highest page ancestor in WordPress
October 2, 2013
Sometimes when developing a site you often find yourself accessing the information of the direct page parent. But in rare instances you need to access information from the parent at the very top of the tree. The code below does exaxtly that!
Unable to set Payment Method – Magento Checkout Process
August 20, 2013
I recently stumbled upon a ‘minor’ issue in Magento where I couldn’t get past the payment method step on the ‘onepage’ checkout. I spent a while back tracking through my code and thought it makes sense for there to be a detailed error message. After some searching I would a solution; Navigate to the directory