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Welcome to Netiva - Web Design in Derby

Derby based web design firm Netiva offers affordable and accessible web design, web development and internet solutions for small to medium businesses/SME's, design agencies, other developers, charities/non-profit organisations, hotels, bars, restaurants and individuals/consultants.

Drupal developers & themers

We specialise in hosting, developing and themeing Drupal - if you're a design house or developer with a Drupal issue, call us! We provide development services to agencies and developers as well as directly to clients.

Web Standards Compliant

All sites we design are standards compliant, and we work to ensure maximum accessibility across systems and that all users can access your website. We test our client's sites using a variety of tools to check compliance. We believe that the Net should and can be available for all.

Web Design Solutions

Whether an initial flag-in-the-ground presence, an online shop with full ecommerce capability, or just a single page announcing HERE WE ARE!, Netiva will work to offer the best solution.

About Netiva Web Design

With well over a decade's experience of web design, development, systems, networks, hosting and IT support in Derby and across the UK, Netiva provide a solid mix of technical knowledge, support skills and design services.

In and around Derby

Netiva is a Derby based firm, and are currently focusing on work from local small business, sole traders or consultants who need to maximise the return on their spend, and gain control over their online presence - without investing excessive time and capital.

Latest Article

Slow sudo on Ubuntu

Excessive delay after typing sudo?

Looks as though the optional pam_ck_connector.so is hanging not only sudo but other auth processes (eg roundcube/dovecot/imap).

From here by erikdhansen (http://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=36598)

http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=10399729&postcount=4

(Copied in case ubuntu reorganise their forums!)

"Re: SSH Login takes long time (no DNS Problem)
So I was having this same problem and it wasn't the DNS issue that everyone points to. It ended up being a problem with PAM.