Personal Responsive Web Hub with CSS3, deluxe keeps going
This site is live: wayneshearon.com
1940 LaFrance and soccer goal photographs by Beth Shearon
A: You'll find some scattered throughout this page. If you want something you don't see here, though, feel free to ask.
Most of these have been responsively designed to look great on mobile devices as well as large screen sizes.
Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, Inc. Custom Responsive Website
This site is live: woodringwallofhonor.com
Photographs courtesy Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, Inc.
“It looks sooooooo good.
I keep going back and looking at it.”
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Sx Custom Fabrication: Custom Responsive Commercial Website preliminary front page
Graphic animations and transformations created in CSS3, designed for Chrome browser and 1600px-wide display by client request.
This site is live: sxcustomfabrication.com
Photographs courtesy of Sx Custom Fabrication
A: Notepad and Notepad++
This site is live: OKreddirtrun.com
Photographs courtesy of the Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, Inc.
I like those buttons you made.”
Sundance Wine & Spirits: Custom Responsive Commercial Website with CSS3, SQL and PHP. Custom Administrative Database Content Management System with PHP and SQL
This site is live: sundancewineandspirits.com
Southwest silhouette vector graphics from Stanislav, Nat Maclean widget
Portfolio site created with PHP, CSS3, and responsive design which fits both wide screen and mobile devices. Photo Edit section features CSS3 mouseover before and after transitions for both the thumbnails and the regularly sized photographs, and also includes an alternative page for older browsers which shows side-by-side before and after images.
This site is live: Digital Portfolio
A: On it. There may be an additional set up cost or your work may be done even more quickly depending on what you have and what you need.
Many kinds of site-building software and content management systems software don't streamline the code as much as they could so I don't use them to create my own designs, but yes I can and do use them for clients on request.
The entire Creative Suite from Adobe is an option, if any of those are needed, including Dreamweaver and Photoshop.
“It looks great!
I'm so impressed!!!!”
A: Yes template software (such as Weebly or others like it) can be used to make a template site if a business is too small or too new to be able to afford a full custom design and build.
One of the benefits to having a professional set up your template website is training in graphical user interface design and electronic marketing, as well as a greater ability to make design and code changes. It can also save you considerable time. Template software sites created by SeeMe Digital are only $1200, possibly more if it's an extensive site. See Template Websites for more information.
The new website for the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center was created with template software. This extensive site with readily available navigation is also an example of how some templates can be adjusted quite a bit for client preferences.
A: A website template is an item which is usually purchased, a set of code files with a pre-designed framework where you fill in the blanks and have an instant website which looks like a hundred thousand other websites. You keep the files, which is good, but it may require you to edit within the code itself, which can mean broken code and headaches for people who don't know HTML and CSS, and sometimes a challenge in getting these files uploaded to a server.
Template software (such as Weebly or others like it) does not usually have files you own. The set of files stays on their servers, and their content management system software enables filling in the blanks to make a template site which looks just like hundreds of thousands of other sites. It is inexpensive, so it works in a pinch, but since every part of the software is trying to enable any image or content one could want to add, and edit, you can imagine that software has to be able to do a lot of work, which means a lot of code, and most of the time this makes the website code bloated. This translates to slow loading when people access the site. It can also mean severe challenges with accessibility and search engine optimization.
A: Love to travel! You pay expenses.
Photographs courtesy of Rugged Steel, Inc.
A: Depending on what it is, it could be included or there may be an additional charge. Items can be added or redesigned, and contracts can be adjusted with your approval once any additional fees are itemized. Expanded ideas can be included right away or they can be added to future development, depending on your budget.
Bridge Shark Responsive Web Hub with CSS3
A destination-oriented page for visitors to the area, and a global highlight for an unconventional, artsy solution to peculiar municipal challenges.
Collage uses CSS3 interactivity via hover or tap to bring the selected photograph to the forefront of the page.
This site is live: bridgeshark.com
Photographs by Beth Shearon
An associate recently shared that yet another development company was holding a site hostage for an additional $12,000 fee which the (nonprofit!) client was not expecting at all. This is an insult to everyone in this field. With SeeMe Digital there are no hidden fees and no surprise later fees. I am interested in your long-term growth. When your site does well, SeeMe Digital does well.
For ongoing website updates and changes, hourly rates are listed publicly. Regularly scheduled hours for content management have reduced rates, and any scheduled time not used on immediately-needed updates can be used to complete items in a default waiting list for specific or overall site improvements.
Personal Responsive Web Hub with CSS3
This site is live: bethshearon.com
Keystone photograph by Beth Shearon, September 2013. Photograph of Beth Shearon at the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce November Noon Network 2012.
A: Domain names usually run about $15 per year. This is your address on the Web, and it is well worth the money to have your own domain name. (example www.yourbusiness.com) Like a post office box number, this is only the address.
Hosting space is like the actual post office box itself, which holds the website content on a server so others may access it. Charges for hosting space vary, usually depending on the size of the space. Unless you are planning an extensive site, the smallest sized packages these days are usually more than enough wiggle room for a simple website.
Some companies do both domain names and hosting, and some only do one or the other. It is quite common to have your domain name from one company and your hosting from a different company. The hosting can change, and the domain name can be pointed to the appropriate new server.
“It's going viral, everyone is going to look at it.
I keep getting likes!!!!!”
This site is live: bethshearonfineart.com
Fine Art Photography by Beth Shearon
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