2. Accuracy of materials
Content on Paperback Web Design’s website may include any type of error. Therefore, Paperback Web Design does not guarantee the accuracy of anything on this website.
We may make changes to anything on this website at any time without notice. As a result, Paperback Web Design does not promise to update anything. But even though we can’t make any guarantees, we will definitely try.
The addition of a link does not necessarily mean an endorsement. Though links are checked when we add them to the site, the content on the linked site may change. Therefore, we are not responsible for any content linked to from this site.
Your privacy is important to us. It is Paperback Web Design’s policy to respect your privacy. We do not collect any personal information without your consent. When we do collect your information, we make it clear what we are using it for.
If we collect your information, we will only use it for what you gave us permission for. We will only keep personal information for as long as necessary.
Attributions for items found on this website
- The post box background on the home page is from bg.siteorigin.com.
- The home page about box background is from Pexels.
- The post images and some of the project background images are from pixabay, pexels.com, startupstockphotos.com, and stocksnap.io.
- The images in the individual blog posts are from xkcd.com.
- Code for the menu toggle was adapted from a codepen.
- The social sharing buttons on the individual posts are Ridiculously Responsive Social Sharing Buttons.
Since you’ve read this far, you are now into the lower depths of the website. So it seems like you’re very interested in this site. Here are some upcoming website updates to look forward to as a reward for your interest.
- pre-fill the page title in the body of the email for the contact link so it gives me a better idea of where you are contacting me from
- a newsletter signup form (which also means a newsletter…)
- fix the footer and home page side menu styles for tablets (I’m looking at you, Samsung)
Lastly and most importantly, this website proudly uses the powerful WordPress.
Paperback Web Design embraces the next step in portable information.
Paperback books are easier to carry around than their hardcover counterparts. Anyone can access a website from almost any device. The cover of a book is a visual representation of what's inside. Websites are a digital representation of a person or company.
We could only share art, knowledge, and advertising by printing. Now, even books are electronic. The evolution of information distribution is constant. We are always looking for new ways to communicate with each other.
It is important to recognize the evolution of websites and information sharing, but it is just as important to look to the future. PBwebD can improve your data management or make you a website that takes advantage of the latest features while keeping the site working on some of the browsers from the past.