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Website Hosting & Management

£395.00 £250.00

At its most basic level, a website needs to function and be usable by visitors, but what happens if the latest web browser doesn’t function with your website? Things may work perfectly well now (your web developer will ensure that your website works in all current major browsers and operating systems prior to launch) but nobody can predict the future, so you need somebody around to stay on top of these technological developments and tweak your site accordingly.

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Our Web Hosting and Mgmt Fee covers the following services.
We try to keep the price as cost effective as possible and appreciate your business and support allowing us to do so.

Backups (databases / structure / content / images / files)
Regular backups of your website structure, databases, content and other resources, are your safety net when something goes wrong. And things do go wrong, even with the best intentions (a server goes down, a database crashes, data gets corrupted, you accidentally delete something in bulk). It can take several fraught days, or even weeks, of reconstruction to manually put a site without backups back together – and just think of the time and money-making opportunities you could have lost. Restoring a website from a backup can take between a few minutes and a few hours, and saves much heartache and upset in the long run.

But backups come with a cost. A backup is a copy of your website (and all the things that make up your website), and in just the same way that your live website takes up space on the server, so to do backups. And typically, you won’t rely on just one backup. Depending on the update frequency, and complexity of your site and the data/resources stored within it, your web developer will schedule a number of backups to run automatically, every day, week and month, that can be downloaded onto hard drive or burnt to DVD for safekeeping.

Typically, with regular backups you will pay an additional charge for online backup storage, and a fee for offline media storage. There will also be a charge for man hours taken to perform these tasks. All of this can be included in a maintenance plan, so speak to your web developer and ask them to recommend a suitable backup schedule for your particular site.​

Upgrades (security/patches/new browser support)
Security upgrades are necessary to protect your website and server from hackers and other bad sorts who could potentially cause trouble for you online. Hackers tend to target popular online software’s to find loopholes and work them to their advantage. Of course, you might never fall foul of an attack directly but it’s always comforting to know that somebody in web-world has an ear to the ground, can learn of any potential threats that are doing the rounds, and implement a security fix before an attacker lands on your doorstep.

Software patches and upgrades are heavily linked to the security factors mentioned above. Script and software developers constantly work on their products to eliminate security holes, improve functionality and add useful new features that make your life as a website owner easier. If you haven’t got an overseeing eye to install these upgrades for you, you and your visitors will never benefit from the great developments that your website can potentially offer.
You might be perfectly fine with this, but if your competition is enjoying additional sales due to a better working menu or internal search engine, wouldn’t you like to join the party too?

New browser support can make or break your website. Considering that the internet and its technologies are some of the fastest changing, growing and developing avenues today, common sense tells us that in years to come, technology will outgrow your current website and leave it behind.
At its most basic level, a website needs to function and be usable by visitors, but what happens if the latest web browser doesn’t function with your website? Things may work perfectly well now (your web developer will ensure that your website works in all current major browsers and operating systems prior to launch) but nobody can predict the future, so you need somebody around to stay on top of these technological developments and tweak your site accordingly.

Adhoc Changes and Updates
Changes and updates to the clients website after initial publish incur a fee charged hourly at £40ph minimum.Images and copyright content provided bespoke by KliK Computers are chargeable. Client is welcome and encouraged to provide their own content wherever possible to save on fees being incurred.

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