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I am a web designer / graphics designer with knowledge of HTML, PHP, JavaScript, Ajax, and picture file types. What would be a good price per site or per page for a website? I will give you an example of what i can do.

http://whobase.zxq.net/ << A Doctor Who fansite, designed and created by me

That is really old aswell and i know what i did wrong with the table size error.

asked Aug 03 '10 at 13:43

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edited Aug 03 '10 at 13:44

the price can vary drastically, it depends on skill, how unique the website is.

are you going to make the site and say here you go do what u want? or are u going to maintain it for them? will u own all the work u do on the site and give them a license for it? are u going to be designing logos for the site?

some things to concider: how much time does it take you to make a theme or a template? how much time does it take per page after that. i mean once you get a general template and css made it wont take that much longer per page.

what do the programs you use cost? i assume you use dreamweaver (or a program like it) and photoshop ext.

i have seen places design a whole 5 page site starting at around 1000 bucks.

answered Aug 03 '10 at 14:12

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www.blackeyepurple.com are very good, i may be able to get you discount with them as i am in partnership with them if you could them for a prices and let them know Smile-UK they maybe able to help.

give it a go you never know.

answered Aug 03 '10 at 14:56

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