How much does a website cost? The cost of a website can vary depending on the size and functionality. I have created websites ranging between £600-£2000 (6500kr-21000kr). Websites that range between 1-7 pages and don’t require extra functionality, like a booking system or the ability to buy and sell products or services generally, start at
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This is something that I feel rather passionate about. The people who create scam emails or phishing as it is known, like to prey on the vulnerability of those who ‘don’t like to say no’, or ‘love helping people out’. They have trained themselves up to lure people into a false sense of security, only
We have all seen the adverts, “Need a website? Why not set up your own in minutes?” Themeforest advertise “28,177 Website Templates and Themes From $2”. This sounds like a fantastic opportunity to get your business up and running quickly and at a low cost. For some people, this may be exactly all they need,
"Why Isn't Anyone Coming To My Website?" This is such a common question that carries huge importance. You have just created your brand new company website and expected to be inundated with emails, phone calls and messages on social media asking for your service. However, this isn’t the case. You are not alone. Firstly, your
Home Page Link Visitors always want to know that wherever they end up in a site, they can always ‘return to base’. The way to incorporate this into your website is by making sure your logo is a hyperlink back to your homepage. Make sure the logo is in the same place on every page.
What Are They? Firstly, these two big players in the current web development arena are not in the same category. But are often compared when deciding which one is best and which one to use etc. PHP is a programming language heavily used in web development that can be embedded into HTML. Ruby on Rails
In the web design and development industry, trends are always changing. It is always going to hard to predict the web design trends for 2017. Old trends become obsolete and new trends are always on the horizon. Designers are always trying to come up with ‘the next big thing’ that will separate them from the