PeakBusiness publishes its' prices so that you can work out how much your web site is going to cost. There are no hidden extras but please visit the 'Domains' page too as it contains important information that may affect the total cost of your site.
As PeakBusiness charges by the page there are some things you need to be aware of. . . .
As far as the internet goes there is no set limit as to how long, or wide a 'page' is. For PeakBusiness a 'page' is defined as being a whole screen at a resolution of 1024 X 768, does not scroll sideways but can scroll down another whole page. You can have longer pages, but for costing purposes these will be charged as additional pages.
PeakBusiness writes web sites to fit a screen resolution of 1024 X 768 using a normal Windows Explorer browser window as this is now the most common size in use. Visitors using other screen settings, either lower or higher resolutions or those using additional search bars or menu options will be able to use the site but the spacing may not be as visually appealing.
Many sites (this one included) use 'frames'. This is where you need an area of the screen to stay put even when another part of the screen can scroll. By now you may have scrolled down this text, but the menu bar on the left and the title at the top have stayed in place. As it requires an additional page to make this work this will be added to the sites' cost.
Experience shows that most small business sites cost between £200 and £300.
PeakBusiness does not ask for any payment until complete, terms are 14 days after invoice.