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Some of the most common questions we are asked are listed below. If you can't find an answer to your question here, then please contact us using our contact form.

01. How long does it take for a design to be completed?
02. I would like you to design my site, what do I need to do now/what is the process?
03. Do I need to buy a domain name and hosting?
04. How much will it cost?
05. What do I get for my money?
06. What happens when I complete your contact form?
07. Do I need to send a deposit for the work?
08. What is ftp?
09. How do I get listed in Google?
10. What is optimisation?
11. Will we need to have a meeting?
12. What aftersales support do you offer?
13. What is the difference between a static and a dynamic web site?

ANSWERS FOR YOUR QUERIES

01. How long does it take for a design to be completed?
The timescale of a project is generally dictated by the client. If you have a deadline in mind we will endeavour to meet it for you. The most common delay in the creation of a site is waiting for content (text/images) to be sent to us by the client.

02. I would like you to design my site, what do I need to do now/what is the process?
If you would like to use our services all you need to do is inform us of the domain name you would like to use and send us a brief idea of your requirements. We will then purchase the domain in your name, purchase the right hosting package for your project and then based on your guidance, design an initial web page for you. This is then refined/changed in consultation with the client until a satisfactory design has been reached. We will then need you to forward content and images for your site and start to design the website for you.

03. Do I need to buy a domain name and hosting?
No, we do everything for you.

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04. How much will it cost?
The cost of a website varies, depending upon the type of site you require. Please take time to fill the request proposal form so that we can get back to you with the pricing for your project. Payment can be made by cheque,DD, Online funds transfer. The only ongoing cost will be your annual hosting fee.

05. What do I get for my money?
We aim to give all of our clients 'value for money' websites. Granted you may find a cheaper offer out there and no doubt a lot more expensive solutions. Every below comes as standard with our designs:-

  • Custom Website Design - your own unique look and feel.
  • Domain name and hosting
  • Ethical coding
  • Optimised web pages
  • Optimised graphics
  • Clean Code
  • Cross Browser Compatibility
  • Great Prices
  • A range of solutions
  • Free Support
  • Free Advice

All our designs are created and conceived from your requirements. We don't use ready made templates, all our sites are designed from scratch. So if you want a green website with pink spots you can have one!

06. What happens when I complete your contact form?
If you are making an enquiry about a possible site you would like created, please provide a brief outline of your requirements. We will then mail you back promptly with an idea of price/timescale and any suggestions with regard to your project. You are not obliged to use our services at any stage during this process, so feel free to use the form to ask any related questions you may have.

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07. Do I need to send a deposit for the work?
Yes we generally ask for a 50% deposit from clients.

08. What is ftp?
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a method of transferring files (web pages for example) from your local PC to your web server. There are a variety of free ftp software programs available on the Internet and they enable you to update your website pages at any given time. When a hosting package is purchased 'ftp details', consisting of the host name, User
ID and password are sent to us. Upon completion of the website and receipt of payment for any work carried out, we then send these details to the client.

09. How do I get listed in Google?
It is free to submit to Google and you can do that here. We submit all websites we design to Google, Yahoo! and DMOZ.

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10. What is optimisation?
All web pages should be 'optimised'. This will enable your site to gain a high search engine ranking, it revolves around the meta tags on your web pages, a web page that isn't optimised won't appear in the search engines to any great degree. For more on optimisation click here.

11. Will we need to have a meeting?
In the majority of cases a meeting isn't necessary and 90% of our sites are generally completed with contact via email and telephone only.

12. What aftersales support do you offer?
After the completion of a website project we are available for after sales service. Any slight tweaks or amendments are carried out to the site free of charge in the first month. Any support thereafter will be charged and we may request you to get into the maintenance contract.

13. What is the difference between a static and a dynamic web site?
A static site is one that is written in HTML only. Each page is a separate document and there is no database that it draws on. What this means functionally is that the only way to edit the site is to go into each page and edit the HTML - so you'd either have to do it yourself using a webpage editor like FrontPage or pay me to go in and edit the site each time you wanted something changed.

A dynamic site is written using more complex code and can do a lot more. For instance, I can make an area where you can log in and change various parts of the site, such as adding information or products. This is because each page is constructed based on the information in a database, and the information in that database can be changed via another interface.

Dynamic sites can reduce ongoing maintenance costs if you don't want to change things yourself with a webpage editor or with the HTML. They usually cost more to develop, as they require more complex coding and a content management utility needs to be developed to help you manage your website information.

Another benefit of dynamic sites is that they allow you to change only the content of the site and not the design, so you will not be able to accidentally break the visual style of the site. They have other benefits when sites start to get very large, as they make data management much more efficient and your site more expandable.

Many clients do a combination, having some dynamic areas such as a product catalog where they have to change information or pictures regularly, and leave other pages such as contact information as static pages.

 

       
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