This site has just been shifted to a new server with extra features and security.
Code to use new server features is currently under development.
Please be patient while I sort things out.
In a world where 17 year olds with a bit of coding knowledge call themselves web designers, how do you know you will get a quality product from the person you contract to create your company's web site?
Here are a list of things to look for or questions to ask ...
- Will the site be maintainable by somebody other than the person that wrote the initial code?
- Will the site conform to W3C Recommendations?
- Will the site run on any server, or from a CD-ROM or Data Key?
- Will you be risking legal action for the use of copyrighted graphic images or code on your site?
- Will the site use flashy got to have code and effects without any consideration for the ramifications that users (customers) running older, less capable, or less common browsing software may encounter?
No matter who you end up hiring to design and code your website, these are the minimum specifications that you should expect and demand.
If these points are not brought up by the proposed designer and/or coder, you need to ask to ensure the integrity and interoperability of your company's web site.
Make an informed decision when choosing the builder of your website. Remember, it may well be the first impression of your business that some of your potential customers will experience.
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