As a web developer it's my job to write the code that makes the web work.
I have an extremely broad experience, from building small sites to sprawling social networks.
If you're going to pay for a website then you're probably going to want some sort of monetary return for the investment. One of the most common ways to do this is buy selling goods or services - often called E-Commerce. I have experience of building large shopping carts - even for thousands of products!
It's not just confined to shopping carts either, want people to pay for site-membership or to access special content? No problem, I've done that too.
I am able to integrate your website into the industry leading online payment processors such as Paypal or Protx.
Content Management Systems
So you've got a great idea for a website full of huge amounts of information, maybe a blog or articles sections? How about a gallery of pictures?
Luckily the days of laboriously editing hundreds of pages is over. The content management system is a broad name for a platform that allows the user to create and manage content of any kind, regardless of technical abilitiy.
I have experince building content management systems for small to huge sites. Based on either well-established platforms and totally bespoke ones. (Both have their benefits!)
Web Standards and Compatibility
There exists a set of standards for building websites. These are to ensure that all browsers can view websites the same way and that search engines can get at meaningful content.
All my websites are built to web standards, in addition I ensure that they work perfectly in all major browsers. (Even some non-major ones.)
Search Engine Optimisation
It's no secret that your ranking on search engines is extremely important to your success, and because of this there is no "secret method" to getting your website high up.
Some may promise immediate results, and these people often use so-called "black-hat" methods to get your sites high up in the rankings. Unfortunately search engines are able to detect these methods and quite often deal out punishments where appropriate. (Your site could disappear from search engines forever!)
The only generally accepted sure-fire way is to have content that people want - but there are ways to help a search engine find that content. Sites built to standards and in a
semantic way are far more likely to be favoured by search engines than those that are not.
I can analyse an existing website for places where search engine optimisation could be improved and of course, all websites I do are built for search engine optimisation as standard.
Unfortunately no one person is perfect at everything. As a web developer I'm not a web designer, but I still understand the importance of a good looking website.
If you require a design for your website then I will work with professionals in the design industry to ensure it stands out from the crowd while I concentrate on the code running the whole show.
Contact me to request examples of websites I've worked on that make use any of the above.