Services & Options
Hosting is included with your website
I provide a complete, reliable hosting solution for your website with more than 99.9% uptime and uninterrupted service. Web hosting is included for free with your yearly payment. You can also connect your own domain name to your website.
Connect your own domain
Once payment is in effect, you can connect your own domain name (e.g. www.sitename.com) to your website. Your own domain name is a great way to promote your business and create a professional online impression.
Canceling your subscription
If you wish to cancel my services, notify me within 14 days to receive a full refund, no questions asked. You will not be charged any fees for cancelling before 14 days. If you choose to cancel after this time, your website will not renew for the following year.
Enjoy a website that's completely your own brand, untainted by others' advertisements. I only place a small footer line, such as "Website designed and maintained by D.F.M." at the base of your pages.
More people access the Internet via mobile devices than desktop PCs. For this reason, I make sure that when people visit your website, they will see a beautifully designed interface that is fully optimized for the device in use – be it a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile.
I believe in stress-free media management. Have an edit? Email me your changes and see your new website content within 24 hours (including weekends -- average response time is three hours).
Favicons are small square images usually 16×16 pixels which are used by web browsers to show a graphical representation of the site being visited at the left side of the browser’s address bar. You have probably seen many favicons before, even if you don’t know what they are.
The word favicon is a portamentau made out of the words “favorite” and “icon”, and it was named as such because it was first supported by Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 5 and just in case you don’t use IE, this browser bookmarking feature is called favorites.
The main reason for having favicons nowadays is to improve user experience. Favicons are used in all modern browsers at the address bar, in the links bar, in the bookmarking area, and in its browsing tabs. Besides that, a few browsers also show favicons whenever you create a shortcut link for the corresponding website in your desktop and your mobile device.
Surely the main reason to have a favicon is the obvious improvement in user experience. A website without one will show a generic browser symbol on all the points-of-interaction I mentioned above, and if you care about your user experience, you must care about favicons.