This is one of your standard additional pages, you get three of these in the price. You can use this page for whatever you want.
Below we have added a demo layout with some dummy content. Your additional pages do not have to look like this.
We've avoided legal jargon and covering every minute detail down to the nth degree. Instead, we've focused on what we consider to be the essential stuff and answering some of the real world questions you might have.
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Kiddo is a template website from Caffeine Injection.
It's designed with a childenrs clothing retailer in mind, but it's easily adapted to suit a multitude of business types with a simple change of images.
Kiddo comes as standard with five pages: Home & contact page, plus three pages of your choosing. Additional pages cost from £90. Just send us your logo, words and pictures and we'll make you a great website.
All for only £350/€400
Templates are pre-designed and pre-built website that are quick to deploy and extremely affordable. 100% scalable, search engine optimised & mobile friendly.
We take the default template of your choice and build it out into your oqn unique website. Templates are perfect for any business on a budget who wants a great looking and high performing website.
The first step is to choose the template design that best fits your needs. We have a great range of these here.
We have single and multi-page templates to choose from, starting at only £150 €175. Each template is esigned with a particular business sectors in mind, but they're easily adapted to suit any application.
Don't worry the template you like most isn't exactly what you want, we can adapt any it to be a perfect fit.
If you want an online store, or a booking scheduler, or anything like that, head over to our addons page and choose from our wide range of plugins.
Addons are optional and chargable, normally around £100.
If you have a particular design or functionality in mind, like a image slider, or social network intregration, or anything else, you'll most likely find somehing that fits your needs in our large range of website elements.
Elements are included in the price, so fill yer boots!
By content we mean your logo, images, text and so on; this is the stuff that will appear on your pages. Send it all to us, we'll fine tune it if needed and add it to your template using our decades of layout experience.
Don't have any content? Don't wory, we can help here.
We understand that some people are totally confused by this stuff, or just don't have the time to think about. So DON'T PANIC! We're here to help. Get in touch, tell us what you want to achieve and we'll do the rest.