Freelance Website Coder

Freelance Website Development is part of the Strategic Design Process that I’m quite passionate about. as a Freelance Website Coder my focus is on cross browser compatibility, semantically correct code and performance.

Website Development is the second phase of the Strategic Design Process after first designing the layout of the website.  However I can also take the website design that you have created yourself and program the code for you.   This is ideally suited for designers and design agencies who have a clear vision of how they want their website to look and feel but may not have the necessary time or resources to implement the code.  That’s what I’m here for.

As a Freelance Website Coder/Developer I’m versed in:-


the code that is used to display your website


the code that is used to style your website


the browser side code that provides user interaction


the server side code that provides customisation


the database that stores the information for your website


the Content Management System that takes the stress out of updating a website

Cross Browser and Cross Platform Compatibility

Your website is coded to ensure that it looks equally as good in the various website browsers across all the major platforms.  Currently I test on the following devices:

DeviceApple MacDesktop PCiPhone & iPadTablet
Operating SystemmacOS CatalinaMicrosoft Windows 10Latest iOSLatest Android OS.
IE 10 *
* I no longer develop and test your site on out of date browsers such as Internet Explorer 10 and below.  This is base on several major factors, 1) On January 12, 2016 Microsoft announced end of support for IE10, IE9, and IE8  2) Major Websites such as Twitter / Facebook / ebay etc no longer support them.

Responsive Design

Your website is designed to be responsive, in that it will automatically adjust its appearance to whatever the screen size is you are viewing it on whether it be on a desktop, laptop, tablet or  smartphone.

Freelance Website Coder – Custom WordPress Plugins

Depending upon your needs, custom plugins can be developed to simplify the process of updating and displaying content on your website.

W3C standard Compliant Code

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W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards have been developed and continue to evolve so that Web pages can be consistently displayed across all platforms. The international consortium was fouded in 1994 and is the main standard that I test my websites agains.  

Continue to the next stage in Strategic Website Design: SEO From The Get-Go 

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