Useful Links and acknowledgements

Enter above to search the Pell Wall Perfumes site and blog

Viva Verde On the Rocks - a fine fragrance by Pell Wall
A bespoke fine fragrance
by Pell Wall British Society of Perfumers

If you make perfumes yourself and are looking for supplies you'll find some useful links on the Perfumery page.

Whether you are looking for ingredients, bottles, regulatory information or almost anything else, the search facilities on the Perfumer's Search Page are sure to be useful.

You can also find me on Basenotes, the perfumery discussion forum:

Eight fragrances from Pell Wall are now available in London:

The Taj Khazana at the St James' Court Hotel on Buckingham Gate - just around the corner from the Palace - and a short walk from St James's Park and Victoria stations.

The Pell Wall range is on offer at two Shropshire bricks-and-mortar locations:

Newport Central Pop-up Shop in Newport where we share the space with a terrific range of other local crafts and small businesses. The shop has recently moved to more central premises on the High Street and is open at The Guildhall from Monday to Friday.

BiG Red's House an art gallery and craft workshop in Whitchurch that is also a Community Interest Company working to help reduce suicides among young men.

I'm proud to be a member of the British Society of Perfumers

The society supports the art and science of perfumery and holds a series of events each year many of which are open to non-members too.

If you would like to link to my site from yours I'd be delighted. You can use this banner to do so if you wish:
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Technical Links and acknowledgements

Netweaver Hosting is provided by Netweaver who have provided first class support and I'm very happy to recommend.

The expanding of images is handled using the Lightbox solution from LOKESH DHAKAR.

Stu Nicholls - CSS Play I've used ideas from Stu Nicholls' CSS Play site, which I heartily recommend, including the design of both the main and product menus. I added gradient images made with Free online tool- Gradient Image Maker from Dynamic Drive.

The footer solution I've used is based on the CSS Sticky Footer solution from aXemedia.

Speaking of footers, you'll have noticed the validation logos in the footer on every page of the website: I've found the validation services from W3C to be a great help in ensuring that the site meets xhtml standards and the code behaves as expected. If you are developing a site I recommend using these compliance tools: despite throwing up a lot of errors in what appears to be a perfectly functional web-page they will save you time and effort in the long run.

Dropbox The storage and file-sharing tool Dropbox is handy for providing a secure storage place for website back-ups and perfume formulae that I can access from multiple machines or directly over the net. (and you can get 2Gb of storage free as well).

Throughout the development of the site I have had help, advice and testing from several sources. Special thanks is however due to Duncan Tincello for much technical support and help.