How can we make a website where all information is easily accessible?
RADAR is committed to equal treatment and striving for a society without exclusion. RADAR carries out the legal task of antidiscrimination service for municipalities and fights discrimination and exclusion in various ways.
Develop our new website together with an external design agency, ensuring that all information is easily accessible for both visitors and search engines. In addition, take care of the hosting on a dedicated server and summarize all agreements regarding web hosting in a clear maintenance contract for all parties.
RADAR's old website contained more than 300 pages. The biggest challenge was to transfer this information smoothly and keep it accessible for Google, i.e. to maintain SEO.
By creating the appropriate move messages for Google and writing some import scripts, RADAR's request was met.
The SEO score was not only maintained, but even improved, by following the latest web standards.
The website is also easy to manage through the use of the platform Exolog.
More about RADAR
RADAR is an organization that works to promote equal treatment and foster a society without exclusion. RADAR is committed to protecting the rights of people with disabilities and offer our support to people who experience discrimination. Their goal is to create a society where everyone, regardless of background, has equal opportunities and rights.
RADAR provides support, information and advice on various equality issues. We also offer support to people with disabilities and their families to protect their rights. We work with local communities, businesses and governments to help create a fair and inclusive society.
Through awareness campaigns, lobbying, research and education, it helps people become aware of the opportunities and rights that everyone has. RADAR works to promote equal opportunities in education, employment and other areas of social life.
Through its actions, RADAR hopes to create a society where everyone has equal opportunities and where discrimination has no place.