What are the Nuts and Bolts of web design? Different markets, different tastes, different content…it doesn’t matter. All my sites start the same way as stated below. I can produce one in about 15 hours. We will discuss your purpose for the site and I will get your information…name, address, email, etc… As per your need for pages we will discuss content ideas and how to naturally insert key words for SEO. Everything will be registered in your name so when I hand over the site you will continue with the payment schedules. We can discuss on going support which could be up to $100 a month depending upon the sites needs.
- New Site 3-4 pages
- Domain Name*, Hosting*, Install Wordpress, Install Theme*, Responsive Design (Mobile Friendly), Four Pages*, Images (Optimized)*, Google Map, One Video, Google Submision (Search Console), SEO plugin, Site Map, Cache Plugin, Testimonial Plugin, Social Media Links
*Recurring and Additional Costs:
Domain Name: $15.00 annually
Hosting: $10-$15.00 recurring monthly (1 and 3 years can be paid for a slight discount)
Theme: Free- $60.00 (The one on my site is a premium theme- $60.00)
Four Pages: Your content ( I will help with keywords if needed)
Images: My treat up to 10 (pics will compliment your content)
Web Design Services
Easy to Use Control Panel
Unlimited Sub Domains, FTP Accounts, and Email Accounts
99.9% Uptime Guarantee
If you lived in a bubble for the first 30 years of your life, broke free and the first thing you saw was the word Pepsi…would you think soda? Now I know someone out there is thinking, ” How would you know the word soda either?” Touche’ …
The point is, as important as key words are… and they are, don’t think you have to stuff them into your domain name too. Your domain name should be memorable and brandable. It is the foundation by which you build your trustworthy and reputable on line presence.
Like the image shows..YOUR quality product adds value to someones life which establishes trust and they recommend YOUR BRAND.
In 2001, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little co-founded WordPress, launching it in May 2003 with the help of several core contributing developers. At that time, WordPress was merely a free blogging forum for users. Since then, WordPress has evolved to be a full content management system with widgets, plugins and customizable themes. WordPress is licensed under GPLv2, which lists terms and conditions for copying, modifying and distributing free software.
A theme is a unified set of design elements and color schemes that you apply to pages to give them a consistent and attractive appearance. Using a theme is a quick and easy way to add interest to pages and give them a professional look.
A theme affects all aspects of a page’s appearance:
Colors. A theme uses a color scheme to set the color of body text, headings, hyperlinks, page banner text, link bar labels, table borders, and the page background. You can use a normal or vivid color set.
Graphics. A theme uses graphics for several page elements, such as the background picture, the page banner, bullets, navigation buttons, and horizontal lines. You can use the normal or active graphic set. The active graphic set uses animated page elements, such as hover buttons instead of plain buttons on navigation bars.
Styles. A theme uses its own styles (fonts) for the body text and headings.
Themes let you manage your pages’ appearance in one place. When you choose one theme to be the default theme for your Web site, the theme is applied to all existing pages and to new pages that you add later. You can change the default theme or remove it, and the change is applied to the entire site automatically. You also have the option of applying themes to individual pages.
Themes vary from free to around $60.00 (like the one you are seeing now).
This theme is called Enjooy and you can see it on Envato Market.
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The clock has started with Google
As soon as you have WordPress installed and your theme uploaded one of the next steps is to see where you stand with your page speed. If you start to eliminate render blocking from the start, you can avoid surprises later after you build your pages. This is a good time to get your caching plugin in place and your Gzip compression.