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Web : Print : Graphics : Media

ALT-WEB DESIGN & PUBLISHING

A Southern California Web Design & Development Company

~ Serving the web since 1995 ~

Whether you have products to sell, media files to convert, or an entire web site to get up and running, Alt-Web will do it right!

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MEDIA IS OUR SPECIALTY

  • Video Captures, Editing, File Conversions
  • HTML5 & Flash Players
  • E-Books, PDFs
  • Custom Logos & Watermarks
  • Slide shows/Photo Galleries...

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WEB SITES WITH FORM & FUNCTION

  • Web Accessible & SE Friendly
  • Custom CSS & HTML Templates
  • Contact Forms, Surveys, E-Commerce
  • Dynamic ~ PHP & MySql
  • Content Management Systems (CMS)
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

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PRINT & MAILING

  • Custom Graphics for your CDs & DVDs
  • Product Labels & Packaging, Order Fulfillment
  • Brochures, Flyers, Posters
  • HTML E-Mails & Newsletters
  • Print Ads and more...

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No project is too small

CONTACT US FOR A FREE QUOTE

With competitive pricing and rapid response, Alt-Web will help you 'reach the world'.

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Web Standards and Accessibility Compliance

This page complies with Section 508 of the Web Accessibility Initiative issued by the W3C and has a Double-A rating in the WCAG 1.0.

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Simply stated, this site conforms to stricter web standards and is user friendly for everybody - including people with disabilities.

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