Iterate :: Web Development

Iterate implements current web page standards. HTML 4.01 Specification, Markup Validation Service Valid HTML 4.01 and XHTML

Iterate listens to your needs and strives to responds with a unique, elegant design developed with open source coding.

Please visit the Recommended page to see a list of excellent open source applications.

Easy to navigate:

  • Easy to navigate User-friendly functionality in a website can be enhanced with a website map feature.
  • Easy to navigate A ubiquitious site menu allows visitors to go from any page of the site to any other page - excluding site areas that require a login.

Easy to search:

  • Easy to search Navigation is not necessarily intuitive for visitors or, if the visitor knows what is it is they want, perusing through potentially densely nested menus or catalogs can be avoided with a key word search form that can respond not only with exact matches but also find close matches.

Staff training and product support:

  • Staff training and product support Iterate strives to ensure that the human interface with its products is as intuitive and easy to use as possible.
  • Staff training and product support For very large and complex websites, it may be appropriate to provide the owner with a product user manual, especially if the owner intends to train staff themselves.

Robust, secure software:

  • Robust, secure software Member and administraion users are verified by user name and password comparision with database records.
  • Robust, secure software Logged in users are continuously authenticated and tracked.


  • How much does a website cost? Cost is highly dependent on the extent and type of functionality employed in a website. See faqs, "What is a dynamic web page?"
  • How much does a website cost? See Hosting for costs associated with website hosting and domain name registration.
  • How much does a website cost? Elaborate design will increase cost.
  • How much does a website cost? Maintenance is not usually a factor. Iterate will try to ensure that a site will continue to work in the rapidly changing and not necessarily backward-compatible computing environment that is the Internet.
  • How much does a website cost? Many people like to continue building their website by adding new features and functionality over time. Naturally, this will add to cost.
  • How much does a website cost? Iterate has a 20% up-front deposit policy on all work quoted.
  • How much does a website cost? There may be ongoing fees. These are usually to cover the cost of third party technology providers, for example, domain name renewal and hosting service providers.

Iterate has provided for entities as diverse as:

  • Accounting Accounting
  • Legal Legal
  • Online store Online store
  • Photography or picture gallery Photography or picture gallery
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • School website School
  • business Small to medium business
  • Social networking Social networking
  • Web directory Web directory

Est. 2003