Frequently Asked Questions

Here it is, the questions everyone is thinking but is afraid to call us up and ask. So I guess they aren't really "frequently asked" questions--more like "frequently wondered about" questions.

But just in case you don't see your question here, don't be afraid to talk with us about it. Most of us are house-broken, and we all speak English real good.

BTW, If you have a technical support issue, then you'll most likely find the answer in the Support part of the web site.

Yes. We can work in most major platforms and frameworks. Unless your site is very proprietary, we can probably work with it until such time that you become tired of it or the system it's built on is too old to do what you want. 

Are you a do-it-yourselfer? OR do you like to have a hand in running the various aspects of your company, even if you're not the main expert? 

CMS stands for "Content Management System". It's software installed in your web site that allows you to quickly and easily edit your web site. More than that, you can add an unlimited number of pages without paying extra to do it. You can load photos and downloadable documents. A good CMS has a formatting toolbar similar to Microsoft Word or some other word processor. It's easy and non-technical. 

Costs change all the time, so it's important to get the latest update from us on your particular project. 

All sites come with a CMS that lets you add pages and make changes yourself as well as managing other features that might be included in your project. 

A blog is a special case, but inexpensive. Talk with us about it. 

A basic web site usually costs anywhere from $500 to $1,500, and yes, it IS still possible to be more or less than this range.