Design2Web Frequently Asked Questions
How can you help me with my business presence on the Web?
It takes a lot of skill and experience to simplify all the complexities of the Web. We make the complex
seem simple, and will convert your Designs into XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) and
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet). Once converted, you have the choice to finish your Website with our code,
or let us finish it with the content you provide.
Is your XHTML and CSS standards-compliant?
Yes, Design2Web codes using W3C's (The World Wide Web Consortium) XHTML and CSS standards.
Rest assured the code you will receive is valid XHTML and CSS.
What is standards-compliant XHTML and CSS?
The current standard for the XHTML is XHTML 1.0; it merges the familiar HTML with XML
(eXtensible Markup Language), the universal format for structured documents and data on the Web.
Complying with Web standards can give your Web pages greater visibility in search engines. It's also
understood by older browsers, and may be converted to other document formats, such as databases or
Learn more about Web standards, following the links below:
• World Wide Web Consortium: http://www.w3.org/
• Web Standards Project: http://www.webstandards.org/
Which Web browsers do you test in?
Your pages are tested in the following Web browsers on PC and Mac platforms:
• Microsoft Internet Explorer (PC)
• Mozilla Firefox (Mac/PC)
• Safari 3 (Mac/PC)
How quickly can you deliver?
It's up to you to decide. What's your deadline? Design2Web can work with your requirements, and
establish a delivery schedule that meets your deadline. We don't start anything without guaranteeing a
schedule with you first.
What should I provide Design2Web to begin my Web project without delay?
Photoshop (PSD) files are the preferred source for Website designs, but Illustrator (AI), PNG or JPG
(high resolution) is also OK. If you have any custom fonts used in your design, those will also be
required. You can also provide any related code to help us meet certain requirements of yours. Otherwise,
our goal is to provide the best Web markup to match your design in the main Web browsers.