Description || Mock Code

<HTML lang="en">
    <meta desc="stands for "Hyper-Text Markup Language"">
    <meta name="Hyper text 'tags' (e.g. <image>, <header>)">
    <script src="are used to 'mark up' text into the meaningful
        sections (elements) that make up web pages.">
    <h1>Tags can be given</h1>
    <div id="identifiers">
      which allow them to be uniquely displayed, customized,
      or altered with other languages.
<!‐‐is the standard markup language for the internet,
and is all but universal.‐‐>
.CSS {
  width:  stands for "Cascading Style Sheets";
  Style Sheets:  provide display instructions;
  margin:  for elements created in HTML.;
html .CSS {
  font-family:  can alter how an element looks,;
  position:  responds to a user,;
  box-sizing:  where it shows up,;
  height:  and even allows for limited;
  animation:  fade;
div > #id {
  'Cascading':  refers to the inheritance of rules;
  color:  onto an element's 'children,';
  display:  and which rules are given priority,;
  align-items:  when they conflict.;
function Javascript() {
  //(as the name suggests)
  let string = "is a scripting language based on Java";
  let abbr = "JS";
    /*can be used to create and delete HTML elements,
    alter their contents or attributes,
    change the source of media elements,
    respond to user input, and much more.*/
  for (let i=0;i<=abbr.length();i++) {
    $("div").It is a 'client side'.scripting language,;
    string = "which means that it does all of its work
            on the user's computer,";
    $(document).scrollTop(instead of the server computer
            sending the website's files.);
console.log("While other client side languages exist,
JS is widely accepted as the de facto standard.");
<!‐‐Bootstrap is a collection of‐‐>
<HTML, lang="en">
    <link type="text/CSS," rel="stylesheet">
    <script and="text/Javascript" href="templates,.js">
    <meta desc="libraries, and resources.">
    <div class="By providing 'standard' versions"> of commonly
      used elements, plus their styles and functions, Bootstrap
      can help fewer keystrokes go much farther.
    <p class="Bootstrap is not a language,"> so much as it is
      a resource, and it makes a very valuable tool for developers.
      A W3 tech survey estimated that 20% of websites use Bootstrap.
<?PHP //stands for
  $phpstring = "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor";
  $textarray = array(
    "a case of",
    "recursive initialism");
  echo $phpstring; ?>
    <p>This coding language 'preprocesses' hypertext: it's used
      to generate HTML, CSS, Javascript, etc. on the server
      side, before the files are sent to a client computer.</p>
  if (can also be used) {
    <p>to access databases, and present customized user experiences.
      PHP is well suited to its use in applications like
      Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo, and Google.</p>
  }  /*PHP is a popular server side language, although Java, Python,
Ruby, and Perl are also common.*/ ?>
$host = "SQL, or "Structured Query Language,"";
$user = "provides a means of requesting data from a database.";
$pwd = "Often, SQL is used within PHP scripts, to store";
$database = "and retreive a user's information from a secure place.";
$dbc = mysqli_connect($host, $user, $pwd, $database);

$query = "SELECT * FROM 'users' WHERE 'username' = ".
    $_POST['username']." LIMIT 1;";
$results = mysqli_query($query, $dbc);
$data = mysqli_fetch_array($results);

for ($i=0;$i<count($data);&i++;) {
  echo "While the use of SQL is all but universal, it has many unique
    'dialects', for different types of servers.";
$AJAX = "(Asynchronous Javascript and XML)";
if (is the practice of using) {
  $postusername = "Javascript to exchange information with a server,";
  echo json_encode(array('usr' => $postusername));
  exit();       //often running PHP
} ?>
    <meta desc="Ajax can improve the user experience,">
    <title>by communicating with a server, and updating only</title>
      let element = "the relevant parts of a webpage.";{
        $.post("self.php", {
          "AJAX is used in a minority of websites, but can make
          a significant diference. Many high security applications
          rely on secure, dynamic communication."}

Rate Estimates for Page Design


Single page, straightforward, size-responsive design. Little to no scripted behavior (animation, buttons, etc)


Multiple pages, size-responsive design. Simple scripts for animation, automated email, calculations, etc.


Multiple unique pages, mobile/desktop designs, functionality like database access, authentication, 'products' and 'contact' pages


Many pages, device dependant designs, advanced application scripting, user accounts, etc.


All pages are designed to current accessibility standards. Project fees are negotiated and preferably paid up front, or half in advance. Page design can take 1-4 weeks, depending on complexity. Administrative/retainer arrangements are considered.