our RM Server
Our very own back ofice - designed and developed by Rusty Monkey. We built RM Server as a central portal to let users login and control any additional functionality on their websites. Our clients asked for it, so we were happy to oblige. One login lets you control the content, blogs, members area and even RM Quicksell if you have it installed.
at a great price
We want all of our clients to be able to benefit from this great CMS technology, so we don't charge the earth for it. RMS 3.0 now includes great semantic HTML5 mark up and microformats. These all come as standard with our build and we only charge for styling up and configuring the modules.
Case: Web Design / Branding
By Mark Woods at London School of Driving
"Rusty Monkey were on top of everything throughout. I was most impressed with the level of service I received from the firm - it makes a change from having to chase companies!."
Rating:out of 5
read all about it
A news or case study blog is an easy way of adding articles to your site. Use it to showcase recent projects, or just to add articles you think your customers will want to read. As well as keeping your site new and interesting, search engines love sites that are regularly updated, and every article will add a new page to the site index to help you build up a large, content-rich web presence.
Keep your content fresh with a content management system - an easy way of controlling exactly what you want your website to say. Our RM Updata application is an incredibly easy to use CMS - simply login, then click through to the relevant page to edit text and images. Save your changes and your live website will instantly be updated. ASL, one of our biggest clients, described it as 'the mother of all content management systems'. Enough said.
share with your clients
RM Members provides an easy to use members area for your website. You can add and delete accounts as required, and then manage content for your members to access or download. It's a really useful way of sharing documents, project specifications and things like that without making this information open to everyone who visits your site.