FAQ's

Will you be offering any payment plans to me?

Will you be able to improvise my existing website?

What makes LIT a better choice over other web design firms in the market?

What number of revisions you offer?

What are your policies with respect to payment stages and advance payments?

How much time it takes to make the website live?

I am not into any technical business! How can a website help my business in this case?

What if I change my mind and want to add or change design or features of my website?

Why should I prefer a professional web design company over a freelancer to design my website?

Do I have to pay extra for emails?

Do you outsource projects?

Can I choose you to design my website and use my own hosting?

Who owns the website once the design is completed?

Are there any hidden charges associated with your web design services?

Do you offer any after sales service/support once my website design is completed?

What kind of budget is realistic to my website?

What is required of me to get project completed?

Will you meet me for my project details?

What if, I am not sure what to put on my website?

What will be the turnaround time to get my website up on WWW?

Once the site is complete, can I make changes and updates to it myself?

This is the common requirement many of our clients have often raised. Keeping our client’s convenience in mind we offer an optional CMS (content management system) that we have developed for this reason. We can customize the CMS to your professional website and add features specific to your organization. With this CMS you will be able to build new pages, edit existing pages, and upload images, documents and more. We offer a simple CMS and advanced CMS with licensing options depending on the number of users in your organization.

Our CMS allows you to make text changes to your web site at your convenience, while maintaining site standards for style, layout, and code.

We do not provide support or offer training for FrontPage, or any other Web publishing program as we have found many of these software applications "bloat" code and cause more inflexibility then it is worth for high end custom design.

What is hosting and why do I need it?

Can I make changes after I approve the concept?

What is a domain name and why do I need one?

What kind of guarantee do you offer?

Who owns the completed Web site?

How much will it cost?

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