A web page is a computer file, or document, that is created using one, or more, types of computer language.
The languages allow web designers to structure text, photographs and multimedia content on a web page and to also specify what appearance, or style, that page should have.
A web page is accessed using web browser software such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari. The browser software interprets the language of each page and presents the text, photographs, multimedia content and style as instructed by the language.
Web Page Design
|W3C Standards Compliant XHTML/CSS Web Page||£50.00
|W3C Standards Validation Check & Report||£5.00
(HTML, CSS, ASP, PHP programming)
The number of pages you'll need really depends on the amount of information that you wish to display.
We recommend that you sketch out a rough, family tree style, structure for your web pages as this will help give you an overall view of the number of pages you'll need.
Here's an example of how the pages of a standard website might be constructed:
A form provides your website visitors with an easy, quick and convenient way to contact you directly from within one, or more, of your web pages. You can also use a form as a questionnaire or poll to gather useful information or feedback from your website visitors.
All of our web pages are now validated as being W3C standards compliant prior to making them live on the world wide web.
Passing the W3C validation demonstrates to website visitors, and search engines, that you have taken the time, and care, to develop an interoperable web page.
We offer a range of website design packages that include everything you need to get your business, or project, up and running on the Internet.