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New CMS and other features

Great news for all our customers, we have redesigned our CMS (Content Management System) to give it a brand new look which we believe is much clearer and easier to use than before. Here’s a screen shot to show you what it looks like (click image to enlarge): We also took the opportunity to add […]

New feature: More SEO options for pages

We have just added the option to set separate page titles, keywords and descriptions for every page of your site. This means you can take advantage of the improved search engine optimisation (SEO) that different page information provides. To use the new feature you set the new elements on the same page where you can […]

What makes us different

I was wondering what to write for a new post and I thought why not give my take about what makes LayerSpace a different proposition to our competitors in the field of photographers’ websites. The major goal for us has always been what I call ‘graphic minimalism’, meaning that our designs try to reduce the […]

Split an image gallery into sub-galleries

Another new feature from LayerSpace websites – it’s been a while coming because there was a lot of work to do and we wanted to make sure it was right. You can now choose to split a gallery into sub-galleries which gives you the potential for a lot of flexibility in the way you set […]

Choose how text pages are shown on your website

As always here at Layerspace we have not been resting on our laurels and we have introduced a great new feature which allows you to customise the look of text pages on your website. Now when you edit a text page you will find an option at the top to select the page format (this […]

Birgit Püve wins 3rd prize in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Awards

We would like to congratulate one of our valued customers, Birgit Püve, who has been awarded 3rd prize in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Awards. LayerSpace has been the provider of Birgit’s website for quite some time and whilst we can’t take any credit for her award (much as we’d like to!) she can […]


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