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March 2023
June 19, 2021
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Small businesses often find it difficult to find a company that can help them produce a quality website, that works for their business, within their budget.

At E-Commerce Services, we have experience in both the web design and web hosting fields. We strive to meet your requirements within your budget. We design CMS ready websites, which are mobile-friendly.

The difference between a CMS and a non-CMS site?

The web and Internet have developed, so have the tools and practices that are needed to keep it relevant. In recent years the use of content management systems (CMS) has increased in popularity, with the main aim being to provide a way to control the content on a website. However, it is important to understand the differences between CMS and non-CMS sites.

Content management systems (CMS)

Content management systems (CMS) allow the design of a website to be broken down into design and content. The design company designs a template which is then locked by the system. This ensures the design and layout of a website stays fixed. Content on the other hand can be edited on the fly by the end user. Anyone, with no design knowledge or experience can now log in and change the content like text and photos on the website.

Non CMS websites

Non CMS websites are the old school way of doing things where a designer designs the website offline, and uploads it through FTP, once it is ready. Any changes needed in the future have to be done by the designer who then uploads the fresh design after completion.

CMS Advantages

Main advantages of CMS over non CMS web design are that the design is separate from the content. Next is all changes are done online. Here at E-Commerce Services, we use a user friendly design format that makes it easy for non technical users to update their information wherever required.

Components of Web Design

Components of web design
  1. Domain Name – Also known as the URL (Uniform Resource Locator). This is the web address of your website and would look something like
  2. Hosting – Service which stores all the web pages which make up your website.
  3. Design – The work web designers do. This entails the look, layout and feel of the website as a whole.
  4. SEO – Also known as Search Engine Optimization. This is the job for SEO specialists who ensure that your website can be found, when a customer searches for your product or services, using a search engine.

Hiring a Freelancer vs Web Design Company

Knowing and understanding the various components and how it all fits together is something most end users do not know. Over here we not only make it clear what are the essential services required in order to have a professional looking website, we also make our prices clear from the start.

Our Package

To make things simple, we have combined all these essential services in to one easy to understand web starter package which covers all these services. 

Our Company

E-Commerce Services has been in the industry since the late 90s. We are an established company which has grown over the years. Many make the mistake of engaging free lancers to do their design work. Problems usually start when the end user wants to update their information or make changes to certain parts of the design and they cannot find the original designer. In most cases we usually end up doing the design on the whole site as it is usually not possible to edit a design done by someone else

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