A website page is a content area (much like Microsoft Word) where you can add/edit content that you are trying to portray to your viewers. It is very much like a company brochure that is indexed on the internet through search engines such as Google, etc. A page is normally linked to the homepage of your website in the menu bar located on the top of your website.
The menu bar is a variety of buttons categorised for various purposes (eg: Home, About, Our Services, Contact Us). These are all buttons that link to individual pages once you have clicked on them. They can be changed as needed within the confines of our WordPress software.
Things you put on a page vary based on your company campaign but generally would include text describing your pages objective, accompanied by pictures, graphics, and basically anything that would be appealing to your target market when it comes to promoting your company. A page can also include information about your company history, background, the team, basically everything a user would view to know more about your business.
Our Business store option brings the same functionality of the website design package above. The perk here is that you can also do your blogging and change the content as freely as you please.
Our Business store option brings the same functionality of the website design package above. The perk here is that you also have the same control as in the website design package to add your own products and content as freely as you please.
Our online store option brings the same functionality of the website design package above but also includes some crucial features that are necessary to sell products on your website. We integrate a payment gateway so users can safely checkout once they are ready to purchase products off your website. We also include a shopping cart featuring all your products on sale. The perk here is that you also have the same control as in the website design package to add your own products and content as freely as you please.
The directory & listings option is only for clients looking to create an online directory where users login and add listings to their website. The type of industries we are talking about are property, travel & leisure, automotive sales as well as general business directories to name a few. Bear in mind this integration does not include The adding any listings to the website, we simply build the framework for this to be possible.
You may have seen a couple of our websites on our portfolio include an events calendar or events listing pages. This is created using the events management feature. We basically setup and integrate an events management plugin on top of our standard website package which has functionality to add events as well as pull events created straight from Facebook to the events calendar on your website, etc.
Our online bookings option is for clients looking to add a booking system on to their website. This may include things such as tickets sales, table reservations as well as room bookings, etc. This is also achieved through the integration of plugins on top of our standard website package. Feel free to contact us directly should you be unsure if any of the above features will work for you.
A banner slider is a line-up of images that get cycled through continuously; these are generally included on the home page of your website. They help promote products/services visually in the hope that a viewer will be captivated by what they see and thereafter get clued up with the content on the rest of your website. We at Doc Web Solutions believe that a banner slider is a vital part of your website in order to intrigue the majority of people that may view your website.
A hero image is used when you select 1 banner slider. The banner no longer slides and the content is specific to one effective background image used to communicate your website outcomes. Text and animations can still be included with buttons linking to featured pages further.
You may be wondering why the maximum amount of banner sliders only goes up to a maximum of 5 on our online form. We have done research into the way individuals interact with websites and more specifically your website landing page. Most users that view your website will hit the landing page and within less than 1-2 minutes they will have read and viewed the page and navigated away from it. We feel having an abundance of sliders is therefore irrelevant as the user navigating the website will only see the first five banners at the most.