Simply complete our order form and attach your completed design file. One of our Project Managers will contact you to discuss the details of your project, and then will assign the best programmer to fit your needs.
Select the alignment for your layout.
Select the vertical alignment of your layout.
Select Yes if you want your header or footer to be resized based on the client's browser resolution.
The footer area will always be placed at the bottom of the page, even if there is little content.
The footer area will always be placed at the same position of the page.
The header area will always be placed at the same position of the page.
Retina display ready images and icons.
This option guarantees that your markup will be displayed correctly in iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android
This option guarantees that your markup will be displayed correctly in Internet Explorer 9. Internet Explorer 10+ compatibility is included by default.
Section 508 compliance is a common requirement for United States state agencies. Ensures that users with disabilities can access the information presented on the web page.
Enable to use custom fonts for a text without image replacements.
SSI Implementation. The code will be divided into several logical files: header, menu, content, footer and more.
Link each page of your project.
Select this option if you want to make dynamic PHP forms. For example: Contact form, Quote form, Upload form.
Select this option if you want to implement the coding that uses SEO-valued tags to underline the most important parts of the content. The option also includes content positioning techniques, moving the most important parts of the content to the top of the page code.
Get print-friendly formatting for your web pages.
Enable special load speed optimization.
The accordion menu introduces itself vertically arranged clickable sections. These sections expand up or down to reveal a menu item when clicked. Once the section of the menu is opened, there appears a content associated with that item. This type of menu allows you to compact the list of items into small sections and expand them when needed. There can one item expanded at a time. Example
A calendar application is a client-side script which opens a window containing a monthly calendar. You can choose design of your calendar fitting the overall web-page look. It is an essential tool for booking services, archives, events follow up, “track and trace” functions, etc. Example
Carousel is a dynamic multimedia gallery that supports an unlimited number of images or videos played in a browser window. This application allows creating and publishing first-class web galleries with all possible multimedia files for your website. The gallery brings into a focus one big multimedia file accompanied with the thumbnails tape containing the slides of the other images. Example
These are the checkboxes for your questionnaires, radio or any other choice buttons. These custom form elements help you to match the same style or design of the web-site, improve the usability and accessibility of the content of the web-site. In case your default form elements do not match with the whole look of the web-site, here you can order the new ones according to your design preferences. Example
A drop-down list is a list of menu that opens when clicked or hovered with the mouse. The drop-down list stays open until the user selects the item in the menu by clicking on it. In case the user moves away the mouse from the list, the menu “closes” automatically. that allows you to choose one value from a list. You can use it with or without slide/fade effects. Example
A popup is a new small window (so called “floating window”) which appears in the foreground of the main window and displays advertisement content. Popups can be appear from a single or double mouse click, as well as a mouse rollover or even can be timed. Example
A slider is a graphical user interface widget in a form of a horizontal or vertical bar. It contains a moving handle or a pointer (e.g. thumb, scroll bar) sliding along the scale. A user can move the handle on its own by clicking on it or on the control buttons positioned aside. Therefore, the value on the slider changes accordingly depending on the data input. Example
Tabs is a mechanism to overlay several pages in a single window, which allows page selection by clicking on named tabs. Only one page with its content can be shown at a time. The tabs switching function can be manual and automatic. Tabs help to use the space on your web-site more efficient. Example
The tooltip is a common graphical user interface element in a form of a small rectangle, which appears when you hover your mouse cursor over an item on the screen (e.g. word, hyperlink). This small window displays a short informative text, which gives a description of an object being pointed at. Example
Mailchimp template tags integration.
Campaign Monitor tags template integration.