This demonstrates website design questions send to a web company regarding the progress of webpage design:
[Website Client] Regarding my prices page can this be laid out as a menu please, also the order is wrong (may have sent new copy over after this). Please refer to prices sent last night. Can we stay more dark and edgey and loose the candy pink stripes from old site please?
[Website Designers] We have no idea what you mean about ‘laid out as a menu’ the order is from the document sent earlier – please elaborate, from our perspective the current page looks and works well
[Website Client] The LHS sidebar links can be added and removed from any page with the left sidebar menu – don’t understand. I did see the magazines on the front page, which I don’t like as they are not major’s or glossies. These, along with the editorials from the magazine need to be available someone less prominent within the site, from my point of view, but not sure what above means so apologies if I’m saying the same thing.[Website Designers] It looks good on the front page with the absence of anything else to put there I say keep them there until you have other ideas what to put there
[Website Client] Why do other companies block copying from their page with a dialog box coming up saying “Copywrite”?
[Website Designers] Explained this previously, adding extra code to the page makes it bigger (larger) and doesn’t stop copying – its a pointless exercise to add special code that doesn’t protect the text and there is no reason to protect it anyway as even if someone copies your text you benefit as they sometimes copy your links and also they will never rank higher than you.
[Website Client] Use of new stock images on the lightboxes and the photo’s sent to you of me working? I notice the old pictures are still in are these temporary until everything else gets agreed?
[Website Designers] Not sure what you mean by the old pictures are still in – please be specific giving page references We plan to create a gallery I propose a gallery like the one shown during your visit that is tailored to the size of your page