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postcode search – Addiction Help

Addiction Website with postcode search provides useful information to those affected by addiction and uses a postcode search plug-in to help find local support.

Addiction Website


Addiction Helpline – Free 24 Hour Support

Postcode search works with town names is a WordPress WebSite which uses the Find Your Nearest pro plugin. The rehabs, which are central to the way the site works exist as custom post types defined by the plugin. Working from Glasgow, our searches often included UK town names and or postcodes and the plugin worked very well. The site holds a lot of geographic information sorted into cities and counties as well as specific addiction related content.


A to Z of Drugs

The nature of the business meant that we also created a custom post type for “Drugs”. This allowed us to present useful drug information in a set way to do all we could to explain a difficult and upsetting subject. There is a lot of this drug data on the site and we used the A-2-Z Alphabetical Archive Links plugin to help keep things in order.

stunning kitchens and bedrooms

Gideon Robinson design and build stunning kitchens and bedrooms imported direct from Italy and Germany. We also supply a stylish range of lifestyle furniture and accessories. gideon-signature

Police Training Scotland

The Police Service of Scotland (or Police Scotland) has now come into effect replacing the former eight police forces. We wish Police Scotland all the bestppp_logo for the future. It may well be that the recruitment process in the future will change, but for the moment the process remains relatively the same as before. Police Practice Papers had an old Zen cart website ppapers3but the SEO was very poor.

We are now working on a Woo-commerce solution built on WordPress. You can find it at Police Training Scotland.

If you are going through the police recruitment process – Best of luck!