Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take?
I will require you to confirm that the work I have done is what you wanted at several stages via email. Therefore, the quicker you check and confirm that my work meets your requirements, the faster I can complete your project. I would aim to turn around a one-page site in a couple of evenings. The larger the site, the longer it will take. It will also vary depending on which software you want to use. I will try to work to your timelines wherever possible, or at least advise you.
What do I need to get started?
1) Plan: consider what you want your site to do. Sell products, give info, show examples of work etc. and who you expect to use your site.
2) Content: I will need some content / text for your site, so please provide me with any leaflets or brochures about your company so that I can use the text. I will edit the writing, if I think it needs it, for a web audience. You know your market better than me, so any help you can offer will only help your site.
3) Images: Do you have photos, images or logos for adding to the site? If you have your own logo and graphics, that’s fine; if not, I can help provide these for an additional fee.
4) Got all that ready? great then contact me.
How do I pay for my website?
Once we have discussed and agreed what your site will involve, I will send an invoice for the deposit by email. Payment can be made through bank transfer, PayPal or cheque. Once the payment has cleared, I will begin working on your site.
I will send another email invoice on completion of the site for the remainder of the fee payment of which should be made within 14 days of it being sent, failure to do so, may result in the site being suspended.
Why are you called Pippas Web not Pippa’s Web?
I know that Pippas web should have an apostrophe, but as there isn’t one in the web address, I decided to leave it off my company name too.
If you have any questions, requests or comments, about this site or the services I offer, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.