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Web Designing for Businesses

The Internet & Your Business

Your business needs a foothold in the internet that projects a company standing on solid ground. The web is the new economic frontier, reshaping the global landscape and empowering your small business in a marketplace where only the big players used to tread. Proweaver is committed to help you establish a working online presence, harnessing the power of the internet to achieve your goals. Our company specializes in custom web design. We understand that in building your website, we are your partner in growing your business.

No Up-front Money Required

Proweaver doesn’t require any down payment to start the process. We are giving away 3 different proposed designs for your website without any obligation on your part. For more details on our free custom web design layouts, click here.

When you’ve seen your free designs, you may request for more designs—still for free!—if you’re showing significant interest in pursuing the project. To proceed with requests for new web design layouts, you can coordinate with our sales team. You may also ask to modify any design you like or you may combine the ideas from the different designs. As a truly custom-built website, you are free to explore your own ideas.

Once you’ve chosen your specific design, we will require a commitment fee of 50% of the total cost to be assured of your level of seriousness in completing the project. Please understand that working on the actual pages will require valuable man-hours from our skilled work force. The remaining balance of 50% will only be paid once the website is fully completed.

HTML (HyperText Markup Language)

HTML or HyperText Markup Language forms the building blocks of every website. If math is the universal language and music is the language of the soul, HTML is the universal language and soul of the web. HTML bridges machines and human beings. Without HTML (or otherwise similar markup language), the web as we know it is not possible.

When you visit a website, your browser sends a request to the web server for the HTML codes of the specific web page. Once all the codes are retrieved, the browser then displays the nicely-designed page with photos, videos, text and other content. In other words, with just the text information coming fromt the web server, you are able to see the web page with all its content and beauty.

As it name suggests, HTML is mainly a language. Its scope covers images, videos, forms, etc. Scripting languages such as JavaScript may also be embedded in the HTML codes. In short, HTML enables the computer, through its browser, to communicate with you—the user.

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) & Web Design

CSS or Cascading Style Sheets refines a website’s presentation where plain HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is unable to provide. Before CSS came into play, websites were structured in tables. For years, web designers hurdled the limitations inherent in a tabular presentation.

With the advent of CSS, table-oriented web designers had a steep learning curve. Neophyte designers who went straight to CSS were in a much better position. The old-timers needed to unlearn much of the tabular structure, knowing that CSS was there to stay for good.

One interesting feature or property of CSS is the “floats”. When properly set, an element floats beatifully to the left or right, far-removed from the concept in tables that all elements or “boxes” are inter-connected. The float property gives the web designer freedom and flexibility. With CSS, creating a custom-designed website has never been easier.

Professional web designers separate CSS codes in a style sheet document. The same document determines the presentation settings such as colors, font (family, size, etc.), paragraphs, lists, layouts, etc. of the website. With CSS, the web designer can easily change the presentation of all the HTML pages, regardless of how big is the website, simply by changing the CSS codes in just one single document.