Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s a few questions that I get asked on a regular basis. If you think something is missing, let me know.
I can do a one page website from £250 and 5 pages starts at £500. However I won’t be able to make a commitment until I know exactly what you want.
Yes. I provide hosting free of charge for the first year and it stays free if you subscribe to one of my maintenance plans.
Yes. Basic maintenance is included for the first year on all sites that I build. After that I can continue to maintain your site for an annual fee.
Really it is just a framework that provides the basic code to make a website. It can then be upgraded and developed to improve appearance and add functionality. It is open source and has a massive online support community. Most people can learn to edit and add content very quickly.
A plugin is a piece of software that adds functionality to your website. For example it could be software to work in the background – such as site security, or something visual such as mapping or tables. WordPress has over 46,000 plugins available and more are developed on a regular basis.
Because WordPress is so popular it is a prime target for hackers trying to add malware to websites. However it is regularly updated and any issues are dealt with very quickly. Although much of the update process can be automated, website owners are responsible for making sure their site and plugins are running the latest versions of all software. This is something I include free of charge for the first year in all sites that I build and is a core part of my ongoing maintenance plans.
As long as I have the time available I can work quite quickly. More importantly – do you have the content ready? If you can let me have all of your content I can produce a 5 page site within a few days.
You want it tomorrow, right? That might be difficult but I can normally get to work on a project very quickly. If I have lots of work or am planning a holiday you will see a notice on my homepage saying when I am next available to start a new job.