Welcome to the Toxic-Productions websiteOur site is currently down for maintainence.
If you would like a quote for a website, please contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our contact informationWe currently only have email addresses as contact information, however, you can also use our support desk (http://support.toxic-productions.com) to contact us. The live chat system there is currently disabled but we plan to re-enable it in the near future or replace it with a totally customised system from Toxic-Productions.
Email addressesJohn: email@example.com
Do you charge to host from your servers?
We do but we charge only a small fee of $5 per month. This will allow you to modify your website at any time and allows us to get it back up as soon as possible when an issue occurs.
Can I move my website from your servers at any time?
Yes, you can. However, we do not provide ANY refunds for moving.
What should I do in the event that I am unhappy with my website?
If you are unhappy with your website, please contact John directly (see the Contact page) who will look further into the issue. You should send an email with the subject "Complaint - YOUR_WEBSITE_URL_HERE - DATE" and the body outlining what you are unhappy with. If you have a genuine case, the member of staff will be dealt with accordingly and your website will be sorted for free.
Can you develop ASP.NET sites?
Currently, no. However, we are planning on upgrading our servers soon to allow ASP.NET development.
Can you develop CGI sites?
Yes, we can. We are most knowledgable with Python and Perl but our developers would be happy to learn any other language in order to design a website for you.
Can I view my website being designed in realtime?
Yes, to a certain extent. We have a server that allows us to steam text to you whilst we are typing (similar to Google Docs). You can only, however, view the code and not an actual display of what the website looks like but you can at any time request that the staff member uploads the website so far so that you can see it. Should you want this feature, you will have to pay a one-time fee of $3.