Terms and Conditions

Having Cathedral Web Design design/post your World Wide Web site, you agree that it is in compliance with the general rules and guidelines as follows.

Standard Media Delivery
This Agreement assumes that all text is provided by the Client in electronic format (.txt on floppy, e-mail or ftp retrievable), all photographs and other graphics are provided in high quality print suitable for scanning or in a .gif, .jpg, .bmp, .tif, .psd, .eps, .ai or editable fla format. Additional expenses may be incurred and will be invoiced accordingly for corrective work, conversion of media and outside facility charges.

Permission and Copyright
The Client will obtain all the necessary permissions and authorisation in respect of the use of all copy, graphic images, registered company logos, names and trademarks or any other supplied material. Every contract for page design and placement shall be regarded as a guarantee by the Client to Cathedral Web Design that all such permissions and authorisation have been obtained. Evidence of permissions and authorities may be requested. Cathedral Web Design will not be held responsible for infringement of Copyright by the client.

Licensed Code
This Agreement includes code elements being custom created for the Client and is based on toolboxes of techniques and pre-developed code that is property of Cathedral Web Design. This software technology is licensed to the Client for a one-time fee and is limited to installation and usage by that Client only on one “site” of connected documents on one “server”. Such code is not owned by that Client and may not be distributed, modified or re-licensed without the express written consent of Cathedral Web Design.

Access Requirements
In order to install the design in question, Cathedral Web Design must be granted read/write access to the Client’s storage directories; those directories must be accessible via FTP. Depending on the project, other resources might have to be configured on the server end (for scripts, imagemaps, etc.).

Right To Pull
The Client agrees to give Cathedral Web Design or its appointed agents “on demand” access to the installed designs and the Client further agrees that Cathedral Web Design shall have the right to remove that design from public posting for failure to adhere to the terms of this Agreement, including violating any licensing agreements or failure to pay fees duly assessed.

Payment Terms
All designing/maintenance fees are/shall be payable 14 days after receipt of invoice (unless otherwise agreed). Designing, site updating and SEO start at £25 per hour. Completion of the site is when the site has been uploaded to the internet.

Post Placement Alterations
Cathedral Web Design cannot accept responsibility for any alterations caused by a third party occurring to the Client’s pages once placed. Such alterations include, but are not limited to additions, modifications or deletions.

Cancellation of orders for authoring or placement may, in the first instance, be made by telephone, but must be confirmed in writing by letter. The Client will be invoiced for authoring work completed to the date of first notice of cancellation for payment in full within 28 days. The full invoiced amount of the order must be paid if the cancellation is not received in writing within 10 working days.

Impossibility of Performance
The Client acknowledges and agrees that Cathedral Web Design cannot guarantee technical problems caused by problems with internet servers or other circumstances beyond its control including, but not limited to, telecommunications problems.

Search engine positions
There is no guarantee of a first page position for your chosen key words upon completion of the website. Search Engine Optimisation takes time and patience. A contract can be agreed for work on search engine positioning that is separate to the contract of web design work.

Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
The placement of an order or contract for the authoring or placement of pages with Cathedral Web Design will be regarded as an acceptance of all the above terms and conditions. Orders may be placed, in the first instance, by telephone or e-mail and must be confirmed in writing by letter.

Terms updated 26th July 2011.