Frequently Asked Questions
Varansi Infotech share with you most frequently asked questions, below are the list FAQ. If you have a question that is not shown here, feel free to contact us.
Think of a website as a business card that provides information and promotes sales 24/7/365. What other medium allows you to display all the benefits of your small business to your target market at their convenience and provides a source of direct correspondence? The benefits of a website are innumerable.
When you hire varanasiinfotech.com, you can peacefully focus on your core business while leaving your on-line business strategy to the experts.
It varies from website to website based on the requirement. In the initial consultation, we will provide you the timeline estimates for your project.
If you have the content for your site written before the design process begins, it will help in completing the project quickly. Content should be in electronic format. Not having your copy completed before the design process can significantly delay the completion of your website.
Once the final payment is received, you will receive 100% ownership of your Website. We will make all the files including PSD files available for you for download. If your website is large and file sizes are very large, we will mail you a CD with all the files.
Yes, you own the website and you can make changes at any time if you wish.As we designed you website, it would be easy for us to do changes and you may want to sign-up for one of the website maintenance contracts as appropriate to you. Maintenance contract is a separate service and is NOT required to get web design service from us. We also offer some good online tools (add ons) to help you with content and picture changes on your website. You might ask for more details if you're planning to update your website yourself. If you're getting a eCommerce or database solution from us, those tools give you a back-end where you can define and update content on your website fairly easy.
Absolutely! we can study your current website, analyse it, discuss your goals, and redesign your website according to your requests.
A static website is one that is written in HTML only. Each page is a separate document and there is no database that it draws on. What this means functionally is that the only way to edit the site is to go into each page and edit the HTML - so you'd either have to do it yourself using a web page editor or we can edit the site each time you wanted something changed.
A dynamic website is written using more complex code and can do a lot more. For instance, we can make an area where you can log in and change various parts of the website, such as adding information or products or changing existing products. eCommerce websites, news websites are some examples of dynamic websites. This is because each page is constructed based on the information in a database, and the information in that database can be changed via another interface.
Dynamic websites can reduce ongoing maintenance costs if you don't want to change things yourself with a web page editor or with the HTML. They usually cost more to develop, as they require more complex coding and a content management utility needs to be developed to help you manage your website information.
Absolutely no. We both have to agree upon an NDA before starting the project. So nothing is hidden to the customer.
All web pages should be optimized concerning the content, presentation and keywords for search engines to display the website link in its results listings. This allows your site to gain a high search engine ranking. SEO revolves around the meta tags on your web pages, so a site that isn't optimized won't appear very high on the list of search engine results, if at all.
That depends on how much content you have. Every business website should have an About Us page (or something similar) to tell your visitors about your business. After that, it depends on what types of business you have. A good rule of thumb is to not overwhelm your audience with too much information on each page. Disperse the information and break it up into digestible pages and paragraphs.