A web page is a file (or a collection of files) on a server that are downloaded to your computer on a request by your browser software, once its downloaded, your browser displays it - and when you click on a link, the process of downloading and displaying starts again for a new page.
Or does it?
You may even have noticed on this very website that many of the pages have a giant, scrolling 'slider' at the top of the page. All of the content for those slides have been downloaded to your computer as part of the web page, but the code has been written in a way that the slides aren't immediately visible to you. Once the page has fully downloaded, a little bit a JQuery magic tells your browser to animate sections of the HTML to allow you to see each slide in turn, or navigate them with a click of your mouse (or a touch of your screen, if you're posh!).
Here are just some of the possibilities:
Although every project is different, we strongly believe in clear, up-front pricing. Here are some example prices involving this type of work, please ask us for a free, no-obligation quotation.