small basic website

basic websites

Got a small business that you want to promote? Need to market yourself, but don't have the budget for a large website? A basic, one-page website can give you the tools to market yourself without breaking the bank. Our basic websites allow you to list your company's contact details and a little about yourself, allowing new customers to find you - think of it as the modern Yellow Pages listing. In addition to creating the website we can also offer domain name registration and hosting (that's giving your website a www address and putting it on the internet, for the uninitiated). We can also list your website on numerous business directories, getting your company noticed by more potential customers.

As well as basic websites for small businesses we also offer websites for personal use, providing a place on the internet for you to express your self. Our personal websites are customised to reflect your style and provide simple, non-technical way for you to regularly update your website with text, images, videos and music.

So, whether you're a small business or just after a place to express yourself, Mamu Computing can give you the package that suits you, giving you an all-in-one peace of mind. Call us for a consultation.

Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.
Blog: The term blogging comes from the phrase 'web log' and refers to sites that consist of published journal entries, usually displayed in reverse chronological order and with a comments section for readers to leave messages. Whilst people with ... read more
Cross-Browser: A cross-browser site is simply a website that is compatible with multiple web browsers. Different browsers tend to each display websites in a slightly different manner, so for a website to be cross-browser compatible then the web designer w... read more
CSS: CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a scripting language that is used to uniformly style web pages. Rather than having to define the look of each web page individually within each page's code, CSS allows web developers to create a common loo... read more
Domain Name: A domain name is the name that identifies a web site - for example, Domain names are unique and must be registered in order to be used. Sometimes domain names are used simply for personalised email addresses and not for hosting... read more
Home Page: The home page of a website is the main web page - usually the first page that the user sees, but sometimes sites choose to have a minor landing page that then redirects to the site's home page. The home page should describe the purpose and ... read more
Upload: Uploading means sending data to the internet or a network. An example of this would be transferring a photo from a user's hard drive to a social networking site, thereby uploading the photo. Uploading tends to happen much less frequently th... read more
Web Page: Web pages are the individual pages that make up a full website, much like a page in a book. The pages are written in a scripting code that is translated into a graphical interface by users' web browsers, and may contain a variety of content... read more
Website: A website is a collection of related web pages that all have the same domain name. Websites are written in scripting languages that are translated into graphical interfaces by a web browser. Websites can consist of a variety of media, inclu... read more
WWW: WWW stands for the World Wide Web, and is part of (but not all of) the internet. Whereas the internet refers to the whole system of interconnected networks, the web is one of the services that runs on the networks and consists of all of the... read more