Here are some of the commonly asked questions we receive:

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Web Design

How do I get started?
We will meet with you to discuss which options: template package, custom design, redesign, or maintenance — works for you, simply contact us for more information. We are ready to assist you in any aspect of the web site planning process.

What is CSS. Do I need it on my site?
CSS is a formatting language, used to provide more customized web pages and make it easier to make multiple pages use the same style. The acronym stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is the best formatting language produced to date. Some very popular browsers do not handle it as well as they should but largely support is good and developers are tending to use it much more often.
Using CSS, you can define colors, backgrounds, borders, margins, alignment, fonts, sizes and a lot of other things for just about any part of your web site.

What industries do you specialize in?
We have created wed Designs for all types of industries including high technology, health and fitness, legal, retail, industrial, music entertainment, non-profit and mom and pop operations.

How do I get a good ranking in the search engines?
Getting a good ranking is an ongoing effort, Google's internet spider - will be one of the most important visitors to your site - It is for this reason important to make sure it can recognize your site. Since the spider recognizes text you need to be mindful off how much Flash and Javascript is used throughout your site. The spider uses this text to in order to index order to index tour site with the search engines. There are a host of other items we can help you with in order to maintain high rankings.

Will my site be viewable from different platforms and browsers?
As one of the old internet jokes goes, "The nice thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from." This is an unfortunate down side to dealing with the internet. You should target the design and development efforts to take advantage of your largest audience segment. The trade off is that the more advanced technologies you implement the more difficulty you can run into with different browser.