Our Server's Policies
We rent our HIGH PERFORMANCE server space from mediatemple, also known as “(mt)”. They have their own policies and rules. WEBSPINCITY/TNP is in agreement with all of (mt) policies. We will not publish ANYTHING to our server space, nor do any action that violates the (mt) policies. If you are thinking of having WEBSPINCITY/TNP publish your Website, please use this link and READ (mt) Policies .
Where We Will Publish
Although we can and will publish to almost any FTP server, at this time we are only promoting Design and Publishing services to those we will Host on our (mt) server, or to your own rented (mt) space.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE WHETHER WE WILL DO ANY JOB.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANYONE'S SITE FROM OUR SERVER AT ANY TIME.
Everything on our domain, webspincity.com, will be rated suitable for persons 13 and older and hold artistic value thereof. We hope to attract businesses from various industries to sit among our future clients. We will continue to promote our domain and build traffic from among people who would be interested in seeing, experiencing, or purchasing the types of things our clients display on their Webpages. We are not planning to sell advertising space to others, although it may still occur, but maintain our focus on serving our Publishing clients. We will have no unwanted ad banners popping up on their pages.
We have made some 'command decisions' here with regard to the tools we are using. They allow us to produce the kinds of pages we want at extremely reasonable costs. We are able to do real CUSTOM design with them FAST. They do produce pages that can be viewed on ALL of the major Browsers. The Vendors of our tools have done extensive testing in this area. However, there are some small differences in how some of the Browsers, and platforms will display them. We are using MS Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to do all our development and testing because that is what the vast majority are using. It is not cost effective for us to attempt to test every single page on every possible browser (and all their versions) and every possible hardware configuration (with all the possible different settings). In general, we will stick to the tools that have the broadest compatibility, and the broadest use, including the Firefox and IE browsers. Be advised that if our screens don't quite 'fit' on your display, and you don't like to scroll a bit to see it all, our advise is to try using IE. There are other designers who do promise to test every combination of platform. This will very likely become a cost of time that is passed down to the client, so the best advice is that that forewarned is forearmed.
In general, we are avoiding Java, Applets, and similar things that can cause an error when a visitor loads our pages. We want our pages to be as broadly compatible as possible, while minimizing development costs.
We are developing with a standard monitor, with settings at 1024X768 pixels, and 32 bit True Color. If our screens 'look funny', please check your display settings.