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The term website development  is used to encompass the designing, building, and maintaining a website. Full stack web development is ultimately divided into two categories: front end of the website and the back end. The front end is user-focused and consists of everything that you can see when you visit a website on your browser. The back end is the server-side of the website which makes sure that the site works.

We offer both front and back end development or end-to-end web development. Our remote web development services cover a comprehensive discovery process and then on to build, design, implementation, and optimization.

Whether you need an eCommerce, Corporate, Portfolio, Product Launch or Membership site, SolutionsTwoGo can create your website from scratch or even re-dream your existing one.  

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Helpful Technology Terms & Definitions

What is Hosting?

What is Hosting?

Websites are "hosted" or stored on special computers called servers.  A web host or web hosting service provider, is a business that provides the technologies and services needed for the website or webpage to be viewed on the Internet.

Website Management Explained

What is Website Management?

Website Management is all of the activities that take care of your existing website. Keeping it updated and working properly, backups, content updates. Everything needed to keep the site working as intended.

What is a Domain?

What is a Domain?

A domain is the unique address for a website. Usually, it consists of a website name and a domain name extension. A memorable domain will strengthen your branding and help your audience find your website.

Shared vs dedicated hosting

Shared vs dedicated hosting

Shared hosting means you're sharing space on one machine with many others, whereas a dedicated server is all yours! If dedicated hosting is like renting a car, meaning you can trick it out and get where you want to go on your timetable — then shared hosting is like taking the bus, where you have little control over your environment, speed, or how crowded your space is.

What is a CMS?

What is a CMS?

A content management system, or CMS,  is an application that's used to create, edit, and publish digital content including web pages, landing pages, blog posts, etc. WordPress, Squarespace, and Wix are popular examples. 


E-Commerce is ...

the ability to sell things directly from your website. Products that can be shipped, Digital Products that can be downloaded, Services that can be purchased and scheduled are some of the many examples possible.

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