Cushy CMS

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Template capabilities

HTML5 & CSS3

Built with semantically correct HTML5 and CSS3. And with Bootstrap framework.

Responsive

Your website can be viewed on many different devices: laptops, smartphones, tablets, e-readers.

Easy to use

You get documentation, to make editing and understanding it much easier.

Info

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The team

Sebastian Stokes

AD/Founder
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Robert Singer

Developer
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Liam Bowen

Designer
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Some of our clients

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Contact

Say Hello

Drop us a line via email:
hello@nonus.com

Visit us

221 Baker Street<br>
London, United Kingdom<br>
+44 20 1234 5678<br>

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Web Editing using Cushy CMS

Using Cushy CMSCushy CMS is a simple but effective content management system. It’s quick, intuitive and creates editable regions within a page to make it easy for you and to protect surrounding structural and design elements.

PS – If you’re looking for our instructions on WordPress, please click here instead.

Here’s how to use it:

Other points to note:
Don’t try to format text too much. It might look a little boring on Cushy, but it will use the beautiful style sheet we’ve created for you once you publish it. Simply choose ‘paragraph’ ‘heading 1’ etc as you need. Please be careful with our designs! To add or edit a link highlight the text and click on the little world symbol with a paperclip on it (well, link symbol), type in the ‘www’ address and choose ‘target’ (whether the page opens in a new window or the same window).

Please be very careful when using/editing/adding images. Don’t load up a raw file from a camera. The image must be resized and presented for web unless you are sure it is the right size and resolution (72dpi is the web standard). There are plenty of free programs to edit images and size them exactly for the web.

For any structural changes, style sheet updates, image re-working, new pages, complaints or praise, let us know.

Cheers, Step & Stef.

 

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