2 fundamentals for a good website

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You have heaps of decisions to make (or very few), it’s up to you.

It’s not difficult, it all depends on what you require for your website.

Just supply the basics if you like, I’ll put it all together.

What size of website - 3, 5, 10 or more pages.

Message - Decide what message you want out there.

Keywords - What are your industries’ KEYWORDS
What will potential customers type in search engines, what do you want them to find.

Content - What you want on each page.  The wording for each page, with/without images.

Page Names/Titles - Helps people find their way around your site, and you to organise your message/s

Research - Look around the web (& the Templates),
see what style of websites you like and what you
don’t, it will help you to decide which way to go.

Header/Footer - One Header/Footer throughout the
site or just the Header or change it around some.
Navigation Bar - Style, Colours, size, position.

You - the Client must provide the ‘Content’,
it’s all about you.

Remember, it’s your website, you want people to find you, make it unique.

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Other items to consider:
Domain Name

Hosting package

Storage space

Bandwidth - Traffic


Mail Forwarding

Number of email accounts required

About Us page  -   Contact Page

Forms - Questionnaires, survey

Location - Map

Photos - Images, Logo

Updates required (newsletters etc.)

Clear and detailed input.

Many people fail to plan their website.
You need an idea of what you require and collect all the information for your website to get the best and quickest result.

Domain Name:

is a unique name that identifies an internet resource such as a website.


A service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web.

Storage Space:

The amount of space allocated for your files on the server


limits the transfer of a specified amount of data over a period of time


is a server-side scripting language

Mail Forwarding:

the operation of re-sending an email delivered to one email address on to a different email address.