I am Robin Hislop, a freelance web developer based in Brighton, East Sussex with 20 years’ experience in web technologies. I build functional, beautiful web sites for SMEs that help them achieve their online goals.
Search engines will supply the majority of your web site traffic. Search engine optimisation should not be regarded as an afterthought, rather the whole site should be built with SEO in mind.
I supply a complete ecommerce platform to manage your inventory, take payments and track orders from sale to completion. I can help you integrate your existing Point of Sale system with your online inventory.
A CMS like WordPress and Drupal allows you to manage your site content yourself, without having to depend on external web developers. I provide the training, documentation and support for your staff.
My maintenance service keeps your site up to date the latest security updates and makes regular backups to the cloud. And you have the peace of mind of knowing I am on the end of the phone if you need me.
Whether you need to migrate content from a legacy system; publish data from a back-office database on your site or integrate your web inventory with your in-store POS system, I can help.
Got an interesting project?
I’m always happy to have a chat about your plans.
How to create an ACF field in code which is permanently created in the database and editable in the admin UI.
I was recently tasked with setting the County (billing_state / shipping_state) fields in the WooCommerce checkout to be required fields. The standard way to override these billing and shipping fields is to use the woocommerce_billing_fields...
A regular expression to remove a particular shortcode from WordPress posts using search and replace, while leaving the content intact.
Perform a bulk search and replace of WordPress post content using an SQL query in the database. And find out about alternative methods.
WooCommerce doesn’t provide a hook which runs when a product is saved or updated in the admin. Find out which WordPress hooks to use for this action.
Create a WooCommerce coupon in code using the woocommerce_get_shop_coupon_data filter. Useful for validating a coupon with an external API.
Robin made quite a complicated job seem straightforward and made sure we understood how to operate the system so we could be self-reliant straight away. Robin also saved us money by finding alternatives to paid plugins. If you’re looking to set up an e-commerce store, I recommend speaking to Robin.Dan Webb
Working with Robin at Moot Point has been a real pleasure. His ability to explain the technicalities of SEO in a language I understood was great. There really was so much we weren’t doing as a business to increase our SEO which Moot Point was able to rectify very quickly.Louise Hill