There are a lot of options out there for finding free images, and below are just a few websites that offer royalty free images for public use. Always be sure to check the individual images for attribution requirements. http://www.gratisography.com/ https://pixabay.com/ http://www.morguefile.com/ http://www.freeimages.com/ You can also use Google Image Search, but if you choose to go this route, make sure that under Search Tools you change the option for 'Usage Rights' to 'Labeled for reuse with modification' so you're getting images [...]
I want to update the visual content on my website, do you provide image licenses or can you source the images for me?
When searching for an image to use on your website it is important to only use images that you have the rights to use. Using copyrighted images without a license can result in a slew of negative consequences, up to and including legal action from the original copyright holder. Therefore, it is very important to make sure you have the rights to use any images you choose for your site. That being said, there are a lot of options out [...]
Writing reviews for places you’ve been to, or businesses you’ve worked with lets other people know about your experiences. Your reviews are made public on Google and across the web to help others decide which places they want to go. You will need to be signed in to Google to leave a review. If you have an account and are not signed in, you will be prompted to sign in before you can leave a review. If you do not have a Google [...]
A list of steps for different browsers and devices follows after an explanation of the difference between clearing a cache and clearing cookies. How to clear a cache depends on the device and browser you use. Read about what caching is or skip to the list to see step by step instructions for Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey, Android, Opera, Safari, Konqueror, BlackBerry, Mobile iPhone and iPad. Visit whatbrowser.org to find out what browser version is installed. It [...]
Once the client accepts the proposal, they need to sign and return the contract together with a 50 percent or agreed upon deposit. We will begin the design once that is received - the first step in building the site.
Fox Web Creations offers multiple meeting options including web-based teleconferencing, telephone meetings, or in-person meetings for the client's convenience.
Absolutely! We provide a range of SEO options to meet the specific needs of each client. As Google's ever-evolving algorithms change the way search engines locate and analyze data to return more relevant results and rank pages, ethical and effective SEO techniques are more important than ever. While page rankings cannot be guaranteed by anyone, Fox Web Creations observes current SEO best practices to avoid or minimize fines by Google for deliberate or inadvertent violations, and to maximize driving lucrative [...]
Upon receipt of final payment, the client owns the site and all elements. Fox Web Creations does reserve the right to use images of the site in our portfolio for customary business purposes such as showing samples of our work.
Unfortunately, no. No one can guarantee 100 percent availability considering the possibilities of power outages, weather behavior, and unpredictable circumstances beyond mortal control. We do assure you we will do everything we can to get your site up as soon as possible should it experience a disruption.
No, you do not have to host with us, though if you choose to do so we do provide email addresses @yourdomainname. We do provide technical support for the website and server only, unfortunately we are not able to provide support for individual computer problems.
Originally developed for film making, green screening is a cost-effective, special-effects technique for layering two images together without them having to be in the same place at the same time, much like those used by weather forecasters. Fox Web Creations can customize a green screen product, for example, a video that will woo, inform, and wow visitors to your site.
We do not provide copywriting or photography except in special cases, but we do provide green screening services.
Content should be supplied in a Microsoft Word document clearly labeled with what page it goes on. Examples of page labels are About Us, Contact Us, Mission, Products or Services, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
The process of Web development unfolds in ordered phases. It begins with gathering a lot of specific information about our client's goals and mission. Next we define the scope of the project to detail the main activities and their tasks, and set a projected start and end date for each one. The next steps are to map the site architecture, showing all the key pages and how they will be organized. A visual style is then created that showcases the [...]
We certainly can help with your existing website, whether you have a bug that needs to be fixed or if you'd just like to add an element to your home page, Fox Web Creations can help you. If you're just looking for something on an existing site and not a new design or programming, just give us a call and let us know what you need done. We'll get you an hour estimate from our programmer, and you give us [...]
A lot of this will depend on the client - particularly during the mockup portion of the project. We can turn around design edits in a day or two, but they need to be commented upon and approved before we can continue. Programming edits can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few days depending on what needs to be done. For example, if an eCommerce system needs to be added, it can take some time.
Is a revision one change or a whole list of changes? What is the turnaround time on revisions? After I use up my included revision hours, how will I edit my site?
Generally revisions are done in groups, or as a list, and the further through the project we get, the shorter and shorter the lists get. The amount of time the revisions will take depends on what they are, but unless it is an unusually long or complicated list it should not take more than a week. Usually it takes a few days. Once the revision hours included in your project have been used up, any additional revisions would be billed [...]
What sort of support or training do you offer after the website project is completed? How will I update my new website?
Once the website is complete, or almost complete, we will review with you how to make changes to the site yourself. Additionally, on the Fox Web Creations website we have a Resources page full of WordPress tutorials, among other tools, for clients to browse through if you get stuck. For some larger projects with more revision hours we will come to you and give you a one-hour training session on how to use all the common features on your new [...]
Many of our packages include email, and you also get email if you host with us. You can check your email online with your username and password at http://www.webmail.1and1.com or you can set up your email to come in through an email client, like Outlook or Thunderbird using IMAP and the instructions found here.
Once a company website has been created, it needs to be showcased online for everyone to see. A Web hosting service manages the space available to make Web pages available to many users. Think of it as the clerk in the tool crib of a manufacturing facility, where tools can be checked out for use and returned when no longer needed. The clerk stores, oversees the maintenance of and keeps track of all the tools, in this case, Web pages. [...]