New templates launched in June ‘11

During the month of June we had the pleasure in of launching a host of new templates and other property-type websites.  We’ve blogged just how popular our template based sites are in the past and comes to show this month we’ve launched 4 template based websites and a mobile template site.


Our newest clients to Entegral whom ordered a template is Arlon Properties from Pretoria (, Start Properties from Roodepoort (, Venti Properties also from Pretoria ( and Daphne Swanepoel Properties form Namibia Swakopmund (

     Arlon      start     

     ventieprop     daphne

Read more about Entegral’s template website offering on: 

A long time client of ours, RE/MAX Living from the Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl became one of the very few estate agencies that have yet to invest in a mobile website.  Since South Africa is one of the countries with one of the highest increasing internet usage rates via handheld devices it’s clear that you have to invest in such a site to reach a broader target market.   What we’ve done – and few others have yet to implement this – is to route the original URL i.e which would normally display the website on the mobile phone to the actual mobile website.  It' fits the device’s screen perfectly, it’s simplified and definitely creates more pleasant user experience than with a normal website being browsed via a mobile phone. or when entered into your handheld will now look like this:



While on the RE/MAX subject, we have a bunch of loyal RE/MAX clients that have been supporting us from the day that Entegral opened it’s doors.  RE/MAX Two Summers from Phalaborwa had a site as old as Entegral and it was time for a proper face lift.  We designed a few templates especially for the RE/MAX offices and Two Summer chose this new and fresh design:



Visit RE/MAX Two Summers’ new website at to view their latest listings in Phalaborwa.

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