The CHTB is a start-up, not for profit social enterprise that is seeking assistance to bring together and build a website using existing Joomla! 1.6(1) templates, plug-ins and extensions. The objective (or MWA) of the site will be to mobalise support from professionals and concerned individuals for a range of new services. These services seek to help develop specialist professional skills, enhance safeguarding procedures and improve the quality, availability and sharing of information between social care and law enforcement agencies.
The website should be accessible to search engine spiders and be coded with good on-page search engine optimisation including easy ‘non-technical’ access in order to configure SEF URL’s, SEF suffixes, static heading/title tags, SEF RSS feeds, dynamic meta descriptions and other appropriate metadata/link building.
The website should be dynamically adjustable (based upon a 1140px; 12/16 column grid) of the template to maintain the flow of content to various screen sizes and resolutions (smart phone and tablet PC friendly). It should also allow for font size adjustment as well as print capability for articles (in line with the standards contained within the W3C WAI level A Guidelines). It should be compatible with all existing and future web browsers (including IE7, IE8, IE9, FireFox 2, FireFox 3, Firefox 3.5, Firefox 3.6, Safari 4, Safari 5, Opera, Chrome 4, Chrome 5) incorporating associated book marking scripts for all pages.
Page Layout Styles
Social Media Integration
The website should support an interactive marketing strategy embedding RSS (email subscription through Google FeedBurner) and Twitter profile posts into the web page stayles (1 and 2) with Social media ‘like’ and ‘share’ buttons (including Facebook and Twitter as a minimum) for all content.
The website should be compatible with google analytics and be automated or provide easy ‘non-technical’ access in order to configure the tracking code; ensuring that the code is inserted into the correct place in the mark-up of every page.
All code on the site should validate to W3C specifications.