Some of these questions were actually asked by our clients and we feel that it will be better that we share it with you all.
Your websites should only have pages that you need. That means, you can have anynumber of pages you can, provided you have the proper content to justify the same.
A website cost is divided into many aspects. A website needs to be hosted on a Web Server, which is connected to the Internet. You need to buy a domain too. Both, Hosting and Domain are recurring charges, often for a period of one year or as you choose to pay. You also need to pay for the Web Designing and development services.
If you need Content Management Services, it is nowadays adviced to go for a Web Content Management System. If you go the conventional way, you need to pay for each page updated. With Content Management, you can update the content on your own. If you wish to know the approximate amount, please sends us a request. We will getback with a Quote for your website.
We have a page dedicated on XHTML and CSS on our website.
The Web Standards are like any other standards which ensure quality. Web Standards are charted by the World Wide Web Consortium, lovingly called as the W3C. These standards ensure your website willl work in all the browsers.
Web Accessibility is a concept to provide access to web to Physically challened people using specific browsers, primarily Blind people. Its also mandatory to comply to Web Accessibility under various laws that are applicable in respective countries. Some of them are British Discrimination against Disability Act of 2004, US Section 508 etc. Any failure to meet these requirement can have legal consequences, should any one files a suite against you and your Company.
Web Servers are costly to own and maintain, hence majority of people go for Shared Hosting. You need to buy Web space from a Web Hosting service provider. Hosting services are pretty cheap these days, but you should always go for a host that is reliable, used and tested. Never read on the Testimonials on any web hosting service website. Chances are that they might be cooked up. A better choice is to speak to a person who has used any of the hosting services. You should always take a plan that gives you 100% Priority support. Make sure you read the fine print if you are buying unlimited space or bandwidth.
We have given it in detail on our dedicated Search Engine Optimization page.
A Content Management System helps you to udpate content yourself or any person who has knowledge of Internet. You get an interface that the IT Faternity calls as WYSIWYG, which stands for What You See Is What You Get. Its much similar in the way it is on your Mircosoft Word or any other Word processing software. The Content Manager does not need to have Programming knowledge. This also saves you recurring cost and time effort in getting a content uploaded.
Its often adviced to have a Moblie website. Mobile website gives your customer / visitor to browse important information on Mobile, on the go. In today's technologically advanced world, people are more confortable browsing on the phone while commuting than sitting idle and watching the scenary outside which he / she everyday sees.
Mobile Website does not, or rather should not have unwanted content but it should have the most important content you want your website visitor should see. Mobile Website are optimized for a Mobile Screen and are small on size. They load much faster than your Regular website on a Mobile Phone / Handheld Device giving your website visitor easy and quick browsing.
XHTML: eXtensible Hyper Text Markup Language. An upgrade over HTML. Also known as XHTML 4.0.
XHTML5/HTML5: The future Hyper Text Markup Language that will see the light of the day probably by Summer of 2016.
CSS: Cascading Style Sheets. CSS are increasingly used to control the look and feel of a page from only one or two CSS files.
CMS: Content Management Systems. Helps you manage Content yourself.
Web Server: A Server that is connected to Internet on a High bandwidth network where you can host your website to be accessible over Internet.
W3C: Acronym for World Wide Web Consortium who sets the standards.
WAP Site: Mobile Website