We do Custom websites.
Beautifully designed.
Expertly coded.

We will make you a fully responsive website utilizing the lastest technology.
Built on Javascript + HTML5 + CSS3 with support for all modern browsers.
Your site will look fantastic on any web browsing device -
whether it be a desktop, laptop, TV, tablet, or smartphone.

What does "Fully Responsive" mean?

Fully responsive web design is the concept of creating a website that can be optimally viewed across a widespread number of devices. The layout of the website adapts to the size of the screen on which it is being accessed. The objective of fully responsive design is to eliminate resizing, panning, and scrolling. The site will look different on a smartphone as compared to a desktop. However, if the website is designed properly, most if not all of the site content will be displayed.


How does a Fully Responsive website work?

When the user visits a webpage, the page will use Javascript to determine the screen width of the web browser on the device. Once the webpage is aware of the width of the screen, a specific Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) will be chosen to display the page content in the most visually appealing manner. The third element of a fully responsive website is HTML5. HTML5 provides all kinds of cool new native features that enhance experiences with video, audio, graphical, and even mathmatical content. When properly coded, all three of these cutting-edge technologies combine to provide the end-user with the best possible browsing experience no matter what device the website is viewed with.


What is JavaScript?

Javascript is a dynamic programming language that is built into all major web browsers. Javascript allows a website to be interactive with the user without constant refresh requests to the web server.


What is a Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)?

A Cascading Style Sheet is a file that contains elements for how a website should look. Some examples of these elements are things such as background color, margins, borders, fonts, shapes, and overlays. There are thousands of elements and properies that can be specified in a CSS file.


What is HTML5?

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is comprised of elements that are the building blocks of all web pages. HTML5 is the latest of revision of that core language and it has been a long time since the last revision, HTML4, was standardized in 1997.


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