1. FolderTYPO3 Web Hosting 
    1. PageBase Hosting Specification A base configuration powerful enough to deliver good performance from complex web applications such as TYPO3
    2. PageTYPO3 Packages for Developers Base packages of TYPO3 - mainly for developers.
    3. FolderWEC Template TYPO3 template produced by the Web-Empowered Church - aimed at churches, and very relevant to other third sector organisations which need to support a community
    4. FolderYAML Template TYPO3 template which works out of the box, and offers accessibility, fluid layouts, and easy customisation.
    5. PageOther TYPO3 Options TYPO3 options for multiple sites based on the same single installation and/or libraries of common shared content which needs to be displayed in the design identity of each of the component parts.
    6. PageGlyphgate Hosting Glyphgate offers you the ultimate in typographic control. You can preserve your corporate identity exactly on the web, and/or deliver content in multiple complex scripts, such as Arabic, Bengali or Devanagari even to browsers that do not natively support them.
    7. PageAdditional Hosting Optione Virtual servers, dedicated Servers, server clusters and management of your own server, either real or in the cloud.
    8. PageHosting Agreement The contract governing our hosting provision
    9. PageAcceptable Use Policy Rules relating to the use of our web space
  2. FolderEmpowerment 
    1. PageConsultancy We support you in making decisions prior to embarking on a project, including decisions about which parts of a project will be out-sourced, and which kept in house. You may also want us to proved project management and/or implementation, and training and support for the people involved in the project.
    2. PageProject Management We can either manage the implementation of web-based projects, or both manage and implement them.
    3. PageTraining Training equips your staff to performs those parts of a project which they will be responsible for
    4. PageSupport Support partly deals with supporting staff as they practice new skills, and partly has to do with the on-going management and/or performance of those parts of a project which are permanently out-sourced.
  3. FolderTypography Services 
    1. PageType Development Extensive skills in all aspects of type technology
    2. PageTypography and the Web High quality typography to enhance your company's image on the web
    3. PageComplex Scripts on the Web Support for minority languages and scripts
  4. FolderResources 
    1. FolderManaging Your Web Project 
      1. PageAdvance Planning Basic principles to consider as you plan a web-related project
      2. PageContent Management What is content, why does it need to be managed, and what is a content management system anyway?
      3. PageSecurity Security is important for any web site. TYPO3 has a number of different levels at which the integrity of your data and code can be supported.
      4. FolderManaging Site Roles Web sites are managed through a number of roles. Although one person can assume several of these roles, they all need to be operational for a site to succeed
        1. PageOwner The Owner is the person who is overall responsible for a web-related project. As an owner you need to be assured before commissioning a job that the software concerned can cope with the demands of the site, and also that you apportion all the necessary roles so that all aspects of the site will be managed effectively.
        2. PageHost/Server The Host is the organisation which supplies the web server which delivers your site to its audience. Nearly all organisations outsource this function.
        3. PageVendor The Vendor is the company, or group, that produces and markets your CMS, and any other software you will be running on the server.
        4. PageAdministrator An administrator manages the permissions accorded to users and user groups so as to realise the objectives of security, usability and manageability.
        5. PageEngineer/Programmer Engineer - responsible for installing, configuring and possibly developing, the functionality which the others above work with, and for realising the work of the designer in code.
        6. PageDesigner The designer is responsible for the look and feel of your site.The visual design is the first thing a visitor is aware of, so visual design can be a major determinant of whether a visitor stays with the site, or not.
        7. PageEditor/Moderator Editors and Moderators are responsible for approving content entered either from the front- or back- end. Moderators screen contributions from the front-end, to prevent unsuitable material appearing on the site: they do not normally edit this material. Editors manage back-end contributions, and this may involve rewriting.
        8. PageContributors Contributors provide the raw content for the site. They may be users, adding material through the front-end, back-end contributors adding material directly through the back-end, or other content owners or sources.
        9. PageVisitors A Visitor is A person who views the site passively and anonymously from the front end.
        10. PageUsers/Members Users or members are people who have permission to interact with your site in an active way. Membership structures support the creation of a sense of community.