Website Content Worksheet - Guide
You'll find it's a considerable amount of work to prepare your company's materials for the Web pages we will construct for you.
Think of us as your company's graphic designers. You supply the raw materials and we assemble them onto graphically pleasing, easy-to-read Web pages.
- You must set up a separate Word processor file for each Web page. Use this worksheet to indicate which file names correspond to which Web pages.
- We prefer Microsoft Word, though we can convert a wide variety of file types.
- Please do not send us a draft of your text. Send us your final version. While we expect to make minor changes here and there after the Web pages are prepared, we charge extra to format and insert brand new text.
- The quality appearance of your Web site has a lot to do based on the photos or graphics you choose for your Web pages. Clipart can be used, but tends to make the pages look amateurish. Photos are probably best.
- You may send graphics to us in either digitized form or hard copy photos which we will scan.
- Prepare captions for each photo. You may affix a PostIt Note to the photo to indicate its caption and which Web page it goes on.
Please include this Web Page Content Worksheet with the materials you send to us.