Page Types Explained
Most WordPress Web Pages can be classified as either a basic page, regular page, advanced page or special page. A description of each follows:
* All Pages include initial page creation with a link in the menu sidebar or footer.
* No custom graphic design work is included.
A Simple Page: can have a single block of text and an image. You provide the text and image, we copy and paste and format to look presentable. Minor editing of the text, including editing out any undesirable styles (from Microsoft word) is included. We can also format some text into the heading text and or bold/italic for you, and even add a link if requested.
A Regular Page: includes everything in basic, with the addition of another 1 or 2 sections. You can thin of sections as rows of content with well-defined start and stop points as the user scrolls down your page. Each section can have text you provide, and/or an image you provide, or both. A Regular Page does not include any graphic design or advanced presentation of content (animation, or scroll effects), however, on a regular page we can move an image to the left or right of a given block of text if you request it – this is nice, as it segments your text blocks into more easily readable chunks of text.
An Advanced Page: includes everything a regular page includes with either an increase in the section count or a special feature like a contact form, or faq page.
A Special Page: is often hard to scope without having all your text and media before hand we arrive at a price, so a special page is not something you can purchase without talking to us first. Special pages are often the home page of your website or a multi-step web form for collecting user-submitted information or a page that presents many of the same item in a gallery or portfolio format. Special pages often require more than just media and text placement, they require animated segments, conditional logic in forms, and or interactive elements for the user to control.