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Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of a website will depend, to a great extent, on what you want (for example the functions on the website, content management systems - as every website is unique).
This is why we offer a free price quote so we can give you an estimate as to how much the project will cost. More info...
A domain name is a specific web site address ie: (domain names ending in .com, .co.uk, and .gov or sub-domain names www.sub-domain-name.help4yo.com for example ). Our domain name is "http://www.bespoke-websites.net".
A domain name can be purchased from a website hosting companies. More info...
The best-known example of a URL (Universal Resource Locator) is the "address" of a web page on the World Wide Web, e.g. http://www.bespoke-websites.net.
Website hosting service allows individuals or organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web.
A website hosting service can be purchased from a website hosting companies. More info...
Web site maintenance is a fee to keep your site updated with new content that you provide or software updates.
SEO means search engine optimization abbreviated because "search engine" deems it to be a poison word.
Poison words, Stop words, or forbidden words, are the name given to words or phrases that a search engine considers inappropriate. More info...
Meta tags are HTML codes that are inserted into the header on a web page.
In the relationship to SEO meta tags, usually they are meta description tag and the meta keywords tag.
The meta description tag and the meta keywords tag are not seen by visitors, instead these tags provide meta document data to user search engines.
There is other useful meta tags for example meta robots tag, the meta copyright tag, and the meta author tag, etc.
These tags are used to give search engine spiders directions or data on various information.
All web pages need to be 'optimised'.
This will enable your web site to gain a high page ranking with search engines which intern produces more visitors to your web site.
It revolves around the meta tags on your web pages, a web page that isn't optimised won't appear in the search engines to any great degree and you will get less visitors.
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol which is a method of transferring files i.e.: web pages for example from a computer to a web server which hosts your website. There are a numerous free FTP software programs available on the Internet which enables you to upload your website pages. When you purchase a hosting package 'FTP details', consisting of the host name( FTP address), User ID and password are acquired.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
Online shopping websites frequently use TLS/SSL technology to safeguard the transfer of confidential user information, such as credit card numbers.
TLS creates a secure connection between the client and your website and gives all parties the confidence that information is being sent securely and to the right place.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication"
When you "subscribe" to a RSS feed, the content will be delivered directly to your computer without giving out your email address.
You can unsubscribe at any time and not have your email address listed in any email mailing lists.
Put plainly, it allows you new up to date content you like and have it delivered directly to you computer, taking the hassle out of submitting your email address and there by eliminating spam.