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Guide to What’s Included and Excluded in
Your Web Design Contract


always refers to any modifications, updates, or improvements made to the website after its initial completion and delivery. Revisions are intended to refine and enhance the existing website, ensuring it meets the client's needs and performs optimally.

Revision Includes

  • Content Updates:

    • Text Modifications: Changes, additions, or deletions of text on existing web pages, including headings, paragraphs, and lists.

    • Media Updates: Replacing or adding images, videos, and audio files provided by the client.

    • Contact Information: Updating business contact details such as phone numbers, email addresses, and physical addresses.

    • Minor Content Edits: Adjustments to spelling, grammar, and formatting for improved readability.

  • Design Tweaks:

    • Layout Adjustments: Minor changes to the arrangement of elements on a page, including repositioning images, text blocks, and buttons.

    • Color and Style Changes: Altering color schemes, font styles, and sizes to improve aesthetics or branding alignment.

    • Visual Consistency: Ensuring design elements are consistent across all pages, including headers, footers, and navigation menus.

  • Functional Adjustments:

    • Link Fixes: Repairing broken or incorrect hyperlinks to ensure they direct users to the intended pages.

    • Navigation Updates: Minor changes to menu items, dropdowns, and navigation structure for improved user experience.

    • Plugin Updates: Updating existing plugins or third-party integrations to maintain functionality and security.

    • Form Adjustments: Minor changes to forms, such as adding or removing fields, updating submission settings, and ensuring proper functionality.

  • Bug Fixes:

    • Error Resolution: Addressing and fixing errors or glitches that affect the website's performance or user experience.

    • Compatibility Issues: Ensuring the website works properly across different browsers (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari) and devices (e.g., desktop, tablet, mobile).

    • Loading Issues: Resolving problems that affect page load times and overall website speed.

    • Some of Bug fixes will be handled through the WIX Customer Service team.

Revision excludes

  • Major Design Overhauls:

    • Complete Redesigns: Creating a new website layout or structure that significantly differs from the original design.

    • Thematic Changes: Overhauling the overall theme, including major changes to branding, color schemes, and stylistic elements.

    • New Branding Elements: Creating new logos, icons, or brand-specific graphics that were not part of the original design scope.

  • New Features:

    • New Pages: Adding entirely new pages or sections to the website, such as new service pages, blogs, or portfolios.

    • Complex Functionalities: Implementing new features like e-commerce capabilities, membership systems, or advanced search functions.

    • Custom Development: Building custom plugins, APIs, or integrations that require extensive development work.

  • Extensive Content Creation:

    • Content Generation: Creating large volumes of new content, such as writing multiple blog posts, articles, or product descriptions.

    • Graphic Design: Developing new graphic elements, infographics, or custom illustrations beyond minor updates.

    • SEO Copywriting: Writing or rewriting large sections of content with a focus on SEO optimization.

  • SEO and Marketing Services:

    • SEO Strategies: Developing and implementing comprehensive SEO plans, including keyword research, on-page optimization, and backlink building.

    • Digital Marketing: Managing ongoing marketing campaigns, such as social media marketing, email marketing, and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.

    • Analytics and Reporting: Providing detailed analytics, performance reports, and data-driven insights on website traffic and user behavior.

  • Regular Maintenance and Updates:

    • Ongoing Maintenance: Performing routine updates and maintenance tasks beyond the initial post-launch period, unless specified in a separate maintenance agreement.

    • Security Monitoring: Conducting regular security checks, updates, and monitoring for potential threats or vulnerabilities.

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