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Custom Websites

responsive design

from $500

Editable Content

Twitter Bootstrap

No one likes to read the same thing over and over again. Dead or static content will not bring visitors back to the site!

With the SORROL Framework you can easily add and edit content at anytime, including images and videos without having to come back to us each time.

Since the SORROL Framework is based on WordPress, you also have the most powerful Blog platform to work with.

Non-Technical

scalable

You focus on your content and let us focus on the technical stuff.

We look after all the backend geeky stuff making sure everything is working properly. Once it's all done, we will show you how it all works before giving you the keys - plus you get 30 days FREE support to get you started . . . and we're always here to help you anytime.

No experience necessary!

Quick Turnaround

quick turnaround

From our end we can get your new site up and going within a few days.

Go through the getting started section of our website, particularly the Techie and Design stuff to get your end of the process started.

There is usually some back and forth as we tweak the design, but if you know what you want, and you have your end organized - the whole process is pretty quick and painless.

Testimonials

Working with Bob on creating my new website was such a pleasure. Bob made working together, effortless. He is very organized, clear, patient and most important meticulous in everything he does. Not only did he help create a site that I am very happy with, but he also taught me a few things in the process. This is what I loved most about his approach. I look forward to working with him in the future as my business grows and develops. Thanks Bob!! - Elizabeth Campbell (naturallynourished.ca)

Framework

Twitter Bootstrap

SORROL custom sites are built with the WordPress state-of-the-art publishing platform backend (MySQL/PHP guts), and Twitter Bootstrap Framework for the frontend (User Interface).

Bootstrap was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at Twitter as a framework to encourage consistency across internal tools. For instance both HTML5 and CSS3 are things that are going to be big in the future. Since the framework takes into account the future of design and development, it has the potential to become a yardstick for the web in the years to come.