Tips To Consider When Changing Your Web Designer

Thinking about changing your web designer? Consider the below mentioned tips to avoid any pitfalls.

Always have the key to access your hosting space. If for any reason you decide to cancel your web designer’s services, immediately change the password of your C Panel. Hosting services that are famous usually have a very good customer service. There are many service providers including web hosting Australia companies that offer good hosting packages and support. In case of any issues you can always contact support via email, live chat or by phone.

When making your website, ask your web designer to give you full access to your website’s files. Unfortunately there are many web designers who take advantage of the lack of knowledge of their clients to create a dependency on their services and become abusive in terms of poor service or the cost of making changes to their website. Therefore, the customer should always have the autonomy to change the web designer without incurring any damages, such as having to start from scratch again.

To prevent this from happening, you must have your own hosting package and your web files in your possession. Each site must have the domain name followed by the name of the page. The main page is the start, has the domain name followed by the word “index”. The other pages have the domain name followed by the name of the page. Be sure to have your copy of the files and update the copy when making changes to your site and have basic knowledge of the structure of your web pages and the links that are added within the website’s content.

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