Share |



Most Popular Articles

Taking Online Credit Card Payments

23 May 2013


Taking online credit card payments via your website is a great way to allow your customers and clients to make payment. But exactly what is the process to implement it? Firstly you need to get a merchant account through a bank.  Note you should use one of the majors (some of ...

Tom Goudkamp

02 February 2005


We are proud to announce the launch of international injury lawyer Tom Goudkamp''s website. more :

Launch of Skal Australia

13 August 2010


Trent Moffatt Designs is really excited to launch the Skal Australia website. Building a system that centrally manages multiple sites for this organisation (currently there are 22 chapters around Australia) was critical for Skal, and deploying our custom CMS made this all possible within a tight two month timeframe. Skal is ...

New Billing System

30 May 2011


TMD Online is currently working on our new billing and job management platform (which we’ve codenamed “Wrangler”). Key Features Key features that you can expect to see from Wrangler rolled out over the coming months: Ability to view and pay invoices online Check balances of accounts View statements View account activity (payments, reminders, notes) Better client notifications ...

Broadband Expo

26 July 2004


THE Gold Coast City Council is inviting people interested in learning more about broadband to "log-on" to the 2004 Broadband Expo. See:

Email Marketing Gets Results!

26 April 2006


Email marketing - its powerful, generates sales and is very cost effective.  Yet not many businesses are taking advantage of one of the most powerful tools they already have - their existing clients, and marketing to them via email. With email marketing you can personalise each email ("Dear Fred"), highlight new ...

Google Maps Listings

28 May 2010


A Google Maps Local Business Centre Listing is another way for your business to appear in Google's search results, and an additional way to drive potential customers to your website. An example of this is: To add a listing to Google Maps: The process begins with actually creating your business listing with Google ...

Outlook Aliases

30 July 2010


If you use outlook, you may have noticed when you receive an email, rather than seeing a person's email address you see a name instead. This is because Outlook 'hides' the email and replaces it with the person's name. This is normally not an issue. However, when your web developer builds ...

Provincial Personnel

21 October 2005


TMD is proud to announce the launch of its latest development for Provincial Personnel. Peter Lyons from Provincial Personnel: "Trent Moffatt Designs provided our company with a very professional service because they listened when we talked about what we wanted the site to do for us, and they offered truly ...

How to build links to your website.

27 March 2006


The world wide web consists entirely of a huge collection of links. Hooking into this global network, although challenging, is an important task that is often over looked by website owners. Getting other websites to link to yours has two distinct benefits: 1. Helps get people to your website 2. Can boost your page rank ...

I want my site found in Search Engines - how do I do this?

05 August 2008


Getting your site found in the major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Live can be tricky, and although it is possible to "self optimise" a website, getting a good Search Engine Optimiser on board can really help. To help you understand how search engines work, and to find ...

Video Testimonials with Chris Mamo

06 June 2011


One of the Philosophies of TMD online is to provide our customers with the most up to date technology that can build your business online.   One of these technologies is the use of online video testimonials. This is where you have the opportunity to have one of your valued clients provide ...

Why email campaigns should not just contain images.

22 August 2013


Whenever someone receives an email (that contains linked images), 9 times out of 10, the user has to opt to “download” images. Below is an example of the last version of URL (our enewsletter) we sent.  Note images do not automatically download, and that as a user I have to ...

Christmas 2014 Closing Dates

25 November 2014


The year has absolutely just flown past! And as always we would like to take this opportunity to thank all our valued clients and suppliers for their business and support in 2014 and look forward to working with you all in 2015. We will be taking a break over the Christmas ...

Christmas Closing Dates

07 December 2007


Its been a great year for Trent Moffatt Designs- and we would like to thank all our clients, suppliers and partners for their  support this year and look forward to working with you all in 2008.   Just a quick reminder our office will be closed from 12pm ...


Registering a certificate with Rapid SSL

04 July 2013


What is a Secure Certificate A secure certificate allows you to accept sensitive information (such as credit card details) from users via your website.   To register a certificate with RapidSSL you need to perform the following steps. Before you proceed: Make sure you’ve got around 20 minutes to complete this process. You should check ...

Last Edition of URL - May 2013

31 May 2013


Ever wondered what you need to do to be able to take customer payments online?  Or what the common problems are with online payments?  Then read on!  In this edition of URL we look at both of these questions, and let you know exactly what you can expect when you take online payments.  ...

101 ways credit card transactions can fail on your website

28 May 2013


There are a number of reasons a credit card authorisation (when a user is trying to buy something on your website) can fail, in fact there around a 100 valid reasons a card can fail.   Out of those 100, there are usually only one or two that are in relation ...

Taking Online Credit Card Payments

23 May 2013


Taking online credit card payments via your website is a great way to allow your customers and clients to make payment. But exactly what is the process to implement it? Firstly you need to get a merchant account through a bank.  Note you should use one of the majors (some of ...

Launch of XBCIT

15 May 2013


We've recently launched the new website for XBCIT.  XBCIT needed a fresh design, and an easy to use Content Management System to update the site.   Using our own CMS "NetRanger" and developing a fresh / clean design - XBCIT were wrapped with their new site... Read more below.  TMD ...

Feb Edition of URL

28 February 2013


Welcome to the February edition of URL. This issue Luke Halliday from Mercury IT talks about the importance of password strength, and we look at responsive design and why your site should have it! Click here to read more 

Password Strength is Vital in Protecting Your Business and Personal Information

19 February 2013


Guest Writer: Luke Halliday from Mercury IT In today's technologically driven business marketplace one of most often overlooked points of vulnerability to your business and personal security is the strength or weakness of the passwords that you define for usage when logging into: your computer network, email provider, online banking, accounting ...

Launch of Australian Helicopters

13 February 2013


TMD is proud to announce the launch of the new website for Australian Helicopters.  Working with one of our very long term clients Lauren Adams, TMD developed a website that was easy to use and update.  As part of the strategy for Australian Helicopters - We implemented a 3 month ...

What is responsive design?

08 February 2013


  Responsive web design is a technique that scales and adjusts your website so that it fits optimally on a device (e.g. iPhone / iPad).   This allows the user to view your site with minimal scrolling or resizing (zooming in and out). With more and more users using mobile based devices, it ...

Why your SEO Strategy needs to change.

06 February 2013


We've spoken previously on how important Search Engine Optimisation is and why "white hat" or ethical SEO is the way to go when it comes to optimising your site for Google.  With more recent algorithm updates, Google is started to clamp down heavily on "black hat" SEO practices.  What this ...