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Fully responsive, custom CMS websites designed and developed by experts for your business. All Website Design Project undertakings are subject to our Website Design Terms & Conditions.

Fully Responsive Website Design

Fully responsive, custom CMS websites designed and developed by experts for your business. Accessible on all devices & screen resolutions.

  • → CMS template style website design.
  • → Fully branded templates.
  • → Update your website.
  • → Includes Emails & Hosting for one year.
  • → Primary Setup for on & off page SEO.
  • → Google Analytics Management Setup.
  • → Social Media Links.
  • → Website Indexing with Google, Yahoo & Bing.
  • → Basic Monthly Maintenance.

 

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1-4 Page CMS Website

R2950.00
Timeline : 2 Weeks

5-8 Page CMS Website

R4050.00
Timeline : 3-4 Weeks

9-12 Page CMS Website

R5999.00
Timeline : 3-4 Weeks

Additional Work Per Hour From R750

A professional website creates a great first impression to show your customers you mean business!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How often do I need to renew my domain?

Domain Name Registrations are renewed annually. You will receive a renewal reminder email notification within 14 days and again in 7 days.

Do I need a website for each domain I have registered?

No you do not need to have a website for each domain name you register. Instead, you can redirect bulk domains to your primary website domain.

What is a Parked Domain?

You can register an internet domain name without being associated with an e-mail address or a website to reserve the domain name for future development because we know that great ideas take time.

What is a Domain Name?

Your domain name is much like your street address. It gives visitors an easy way to reach the exact location of a website without having to remember the IP Address.

At the very least, your domain name consists of a top-level domain and a second level domain.

The Top Level Domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name on the right hand side of the “DOT” (“.”). The most common domain TLD in South Africa is .co.za. The second-level domain is the part of your domain name that is found before the “DOT” (“.”) – In other words, the domain name you have chosen.

Does the Domain Fee include Hosting?

Domain Registration does not include Web & Email Hosting. You can learn more about our scalable hosting packages here 

How do I transfer my Domain to Local Website Design?

When you change hosting companies, you need to inform the Domain Registrar so that all traffic is redirected to your new hosting location and the name servers can be updated.

Select an option below to view the relevant step-by-step TLD transfer guides:

.co.uk

Global TLD’s AKA “gTLD’s” Domain Transfer Guide 

com  / .net  / .info  / .biz  / .tv  / .org  / .mobi  / .co  / .cc  / .de  / .eu  / .capetown  / .joburg  / .durban

Local Domain Transfer Guide 

.co.za / .org.za

How does a Domain Name Work?

When customers type your domain name into a Web browser, like Google Chrome, the browser uses your site’s domain name to find the domain name’s related IP address, then, the site. People use domain names instead of IP addresses because it is easier to remember a name than a series of numbers.

Your domain name and its connected IP address are stored in a common database along with every other domain and related IP address that are accessible via the Internet.