Frequently Asked Questions

To make sure your website creation project goes as smoothly as possible, here are the key elements of a successful project. We have put them together in the form of FAQs, in order to give you as much information as possible. Do not hesitate to contact us to offer us your questions.

How is the creation of my website, our FAQ going?

A first meeting is almost always essential for the creation of a website. During this meeting, we will talk about your company, its objectives and why you want to carry out a web project. This will make it possible to draw the functional outlines of the site because a website can be very simple or very complex. We will define with you precisely what you expect.

Adarkaweb attaches great importance to the clarity of the information transmitted. We do our best to establish clear and precise quotes that will allow you to control your budgets without any hidden costs.

The creation of a website (like any communication tool) is a creation subject to copyright. Without signing a clear contract, your website does not belong to you. Adarkaweb offers clear conditions that guarantee you ownership of your website and domain name.
The contract also makes it possible to specify the contours of our services and clearly defines what we will do and what we will not do.

The first step in creating your website is creating a mockup. This mockup will allow you to visualize what your website will look like when finished. Adarkaweb will ensure that your graphic identity is respected and magnified and that your website is the mirror of your business.

Once the model has been validated, Adarkaweb will make the site readable by internet browsers and will set up your content management tool. This is the site programming stage. The site will be tested and validated at the end of this step.

After having validated the entire website together, we will offer you complete training in using your website.

Once your website is online, Adarkaweb ensures its monitoring and maintenance.

Some useful definitions

Webdesign is an essential step in a web project. This is not just the graphic creation step, defining the look of the website, but an essential step for the success of the project. On the basis of a successful marketing analysis, the web designers, ergonomists and integrators will realize the visual realization of the website.

This step requires multiple skills in ergonomics and interactivity, in graphic design as well as in programming (html, CSS, Javascript, etc.) to complete the project.

E-marketing brings together all Internet marketing practices: natural referencing, paid referencing (Google Adwords), online commerce, mobile marketing, use of social networks, content strategy, inbound marketing, etc.

Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is the data format designed in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee. It allows you to structure web pages, to include correct semantics as well as the media (images, videos) that must be included.

In French, cascading style sheets is a language, which associated with HTML, allows you to manage the formatting of web pages. It is he who allows you to assign a color to a title, a format to an image, …

Integration is the stage where the site’s graphics are transformed into a web page that you can view in your browser. This step also makes it possible to verify the hypotheses made during the research on the project and to test the behavior of the website in different browsers in order to ensure its proper functioning.

WordPress is a website content management tool. It allows you to modify the content (texts, images, videos, etc.) of your website with great simplicity. It comes from the open-source world (understand that it is free software, which however requires installation and adaptation time for your project). WordPress is the most widely used CMS (Content Management System) in the world. It has a large amount of extensions that allow expanding its capabilities in a very flexible and easy way. It is suitable for a large majority of projects.

Drupal is another content management system that has basic functionality pretty much the same as WordPress. It is also open-source. Drupal will be more suitable for larger projects (by that mean websites of several hundred, or even thousands, of pages).