Following are a few requirements CSSPIXELS needs to know in order to prepare a quote for your website:
The questions and explanations will help you prepare yourself and do your ground work, so that you can explain to CSSPIXELS in a concise manner what your intentions are when you are ready to have your website developed.
How many individual web pages do you intend to include in your website?
(eg: index page, home page, site map page, introduction page, projects pages, portfolio pages, products pages, ordering page, shopping cart pages, customer response page, survey pages, feedback page, contact page, copyright page, links page, download page, questions page, interview page, testimonial page, news page, resources page, listings pages, movie pages, blog pages, podcast pages etc.)
Do you already have a registered domain name for your website?
(eg. www.yourcompany.com or .com.au, .net, .org, .tv, .biz etc.)
Where do you intend to host or serve your website and web pages from?
(eg. from your own server, or from a server with your Internet Service Provider, or from a server in Australia with a company specialised in website hosting services, or from a server in America with a company specialised in website hosting services…)
Do you require a database for your website?
(eg. MySQL, phpAdmin etc.)
Do you have a prefered color scheme for your website?
(eg. black writing on white web page background; or white background with red and black text; or yellow, black, green and blue overall decorative colors; or incorporation of company corporate colors; or colors to suit the products and services offered on the website etc.)
What is the text amount you are likely to provide for the individual web pages?
(eg. 200 words per web page, or 4000 words per web page etc.)
How many photos are you likely to show on your individual web pages?
(eg. none; or 3-4 photos per web page; or many and plenty of photos throughout the entire website etc.)
How many Response Forms for Customer Enquiries will your website need?
(eg. for email responses, for survey purposes, for newsletter subscriptions etc.)
When is the projected or intended launch date of your website?
(eg. in 1 week, in 2 weeks, in 1 month etc.)
How complex or simple do you see your website to be in terms of technology application?
What is CSS used for?
CSS or Cascading Style Sheets are used to visually format the content of webpages into appealing and user friendly layouts. The formatting is applied by referencing the tagging structure within the XHTML page, which contains the plain text content. This separates the skeletal XHTML page structure from the visual CSS formatting module, allowing for faster page loading and keeping the code clean.