Web development exists in a dynamic environment, with technologies being constantly improved. Paperworks’ websites were originally designed in XHTML with Cascading Style Sheets to meet W3C standards. Compliance to these standards was supposed to make maintenance and any future redesign of your site much simpler and less costly. It also enabled the site to be viewed with a greater variety of web browsers.
Unfortunately, as with so many things, not all designers jumped on the XHTML bandwagon and the use of XHTML did not become as widespread as anticipated. Released in 2010 as ‘the future of web design’, HTLM5 and CSS3 have indeed revolutionized the way websites are developed and they have become the accepted format to design for tomorrow’s standards today.
Another option for businesses wanting interactive web sites that they can update easily “in house” is the “blog” format. Once the overall design is set up, additional pages and articles with the same format can be put on the site quite simply and quite often. We utilize the free, web-based Word Press program for blog designs and many regular web pages.