Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why does W3C validation of my website matter?
A. Many people wonder why it matters if their website uses validated code. After all, if the website looks ok and works, isn't that all that matters? The fact is, there are several very good reasons to build a website on validated code. First of all, using non-validated code means that you are using non-standard code that the browser has to decide how to display. This means that different browsers may display your website in different ways. Even worse, your website may not work AT ALL in future versions of a browser if you build on non-validated code. This is because, as new versions of browsers come out, they often remove support for non-stanard coding that worked in previous versions.
Another important issue is accessability. Non-standard code can prevent handicapped individuals from accessing your site. In many places, providing accessability for handicapped customers is required by law. And even if it weren't, isn't it better to make sure your website can service anyone who is interested in your website?
Q: There are companies that are cheaper than Resolved Design. Why should I choose you?
A: You're right. There are companies out there that are cheaper. There are also companies that are more expensive than us. (Some much more expensive!) As is usually the case in life, if you pick the cheapest solution, you usually "get what you pay for". Additionally, we're not aware of any web design company that does W3C validation of their websites for less than we do.
Q: Do you do custom web design, or only the packages you mention on your site?
A: We are not limited to just the packages you see on our website. If you need something that doesn't "fit" into the pre-configured packages on our site, just fill out and send our custom project quote request form and we'll get back to you shortly.
Q: Do you do ASP or .NET development?
A: No, we do not. We do however, offer PHP development which can perform any function you can perform in ASP or .NET. And usually it can be developed in PHP for less!