Definition of our terminology as used within this document:

  1. Project is any work undertaken or service provided by Darlweb for the Client on their request and as described in our confirmation order email to that Client.
  2. Client is a person, persons, business or organisation using any of the services provided by Darlweb.
  3. Live Mode means the date the website is available on the Client’s chosen domain.
  4. Domain is the website address as specified by the Client.
  5. Open Source Software is software made freely available to anyone under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
  6. Hosting is a yearly cost to keep a clients website activated online.
  7. Content is both text and images that the Client requires on the website.
  8. MB stands for megabytes and is a measure of storage space.
  9. Initiation phase is the initial period where the client requirement and information gathering is taking place. This generally last 7days from the date of deposit.
  10. Active phase when the project is actively being worked on by experienced designers and developers.
  11. Release phase is the final stage when the project has been deployed in the LIVE enironment, Free 30 support is given from the date of deployment.
  12. Darlweb is a trading name for ‘DARLWEB (SMLLC)’

Darlweb Terms & Conditions

  1. The contract between Darlweb and the Client will be on these conditions, to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions. Any variations to these conditions shall have no effect unless agreed in writing.
  2. The works to be carried out shall be as set out in the Darlweb confirmation order email.
  3. Email will be the method of contact with regard to all communication. Although Darlweb can be contacted by telephone, we will use email as our method of communication and therefore it is the Client’s responsibility to inform us of any change in email address so we always have up to date email contact details. Darlweb can not be held liable in any way relating to communication issues if we are not supplied with a valid email address. Darlweb will acknowledge all emails within 3 working days.
  4. Darlweb will only commence work on a Project after receipt of a non refundable, deposit of the quoted Project fee from the Client. Payment Terms may differ from project to project and these should be made clear to the Client in the Proposal document. The project will be switched to Live Mode once the remaining balance is paid in full. Change requests may be applied only where there is prior request and approval.
  5. The deposit paid to Darlweb covers the cost of design work carried out as well as any admin work and communication with Darlweb. The deposit is non refundable.
  6. Darlweb shall expect the Client to carry out sufficient research before proceeding with a website. This will include checking that the website/idea/business will operate legally. It is important that the website is not in any way illegal.
  7. It is important for the Client to keep in contact with Darlweb throughout the entire Project. If a Client does not make contact for 1 week we will make up to 5 attempts to contact the client by email using the email address specified when the client went ahead. If we do not receive a response to these attempts of contact the Project may be terminated, and the deposit will not be refunded.
  8. Where images used on the website have been purchased by Darlweb on behalf of the Client, these images are strictly for use on the website only. Darlweb are not liable for misuse of these images by the Client or any other person’s copying, altering or distributing the images to individuals or other organisations.
  9. Darlweb will host the website if the Client requires us to do so and on receipt of full payment of our Hosting fees. In doing so, Darlweb will endeavour to provide a reliable and professional service to the Client at all times but do not guarantee that the website Hosting will be available at all times, especially in the event of a technical failure beyond our control
  10. Darlweb cannot be held responsible for anything adversely affecting the Client’s business operation, sales, or profitability that might be claimed is a result of a service offered by Darlweb.
  11. Where asked to provide search engine optimisation for a Client, Darlweb do not guarantee any specific placement or high ranking on search engines.
  12. Darlweb will provide the Client with an expected completion date for the Project (live on the internet) if requested. Darlweb will endeavour to meet any given deadline, but do not guarantee and are not bound in any way to complete the Project by this date. The expected completion date provided by any employee of Darlweb is purely an estimate
  13. It is the Client’s responsibility to check with Darlweb whether Open Source Software is being used or not.
  14. The Client shall not be charged for Open Source Software. If there is a charge for a website using Open Source Software, the Client is paying for the installation time. Open Source Software is not owned by Darlweb or the Client.
  15. Darlweb own all design and code of the website until final payment has been received in full. Once final payment is received, the Client will then own the design and code of the website, unless Open Source Software is used. Images will have been purchased by Darlweb for the Client, unless the images have been supplied by the Client. Images purchased by Darlweb are licensed only for use on the client website, costs for procurement will be paid by the client.
  16. All images displayed on the Client’s website will only be used after authorisation by the Client, and are the sole responsibility of the Client regarding usage and copyright. Should any legal issues or claims arise from the content or copyright of any images supplied by the Client or Darlweb, they will be the sole responsibility of the Client.
  17. Domain names may be registered by Darlweb and also registered to the Darlweb current address. Although the domain names are registered to Darlweb, the Client is the legal owner of the domain and if they request to have details changed or the domain transferred elsewhere, Darlweb will do this within a reasonable timeframe.
  18. It is the responsibility of the Client to renew their domain names when due. If a domain name expires, Darlweb can not be held liable for this. However, Darlweb will make reasonable effort to contact the Client regarding domain renewal.
  19. Darlweb shall be entitled to place an unobtrusive credit with a hypertext link (i.e.”Web design Darlweb Digital”) in the footer of the web site.


  1. All hosting offered by Darlweb is limited to 20.000mb of website space unless otherwise stated in a separate contract. If your site requires more than 20.000mb of space we will advise of other hosting solutions and then cease hosting the site.
  2. When a Client renews Hosting with Darlweb, this also includes domain renewal if the renewal is needed to keep the site functioning and was purchased as part of the Hosting package. If the Client does not renew the Hosting, their domain name could be made available to the public for purchase and Darlweb can not be held liable for this.
  3. Renewal of Hosting is due on an annual basis. The date of renewal will be annually from the date the website was ordered by the Client. The Hosting will not be renewed if Darlweb cannot contact the Client or the Client requests for Darlweb to not host this site. This will also affect the domain as per item 22.
  4. The Hosting renewal charge must be received within 10 days of the Hosting expiry date. Darlweb reserve the right to deactivate any website where the Hosting has expired and the Client has not paid the renewal charge. There will be an admin fee set by Darlweb for reactivating the website/Hosting.
  5. If the Client does not use Darlweb Hosting services, then the management and Hosting of the Domain name are the full responsibility of the Client.
  6. Should a Client wish to move Hosting away from Darlweb or transfer a Domain name away from Darlweb, a $50 admin charge will be issued, which must be paid before the transfer takes place.


  1. Darlweb has no control of, or responsibility for, the content of Clients’ websites. In no way does the textual or image based Content of our Client’s web sites constitute Darlweb endorsement, or approval of the website or the material contained within the website. Darlweb has not verified any of the materials, images or information contained within our Client’s web sites and is not responsible for the content or performance of these sites or for the Client’s transactions with them. Darlweb provides links or references to our Client’s websites solely for the convenience of prospective customers and intends that the links it provides be current and accurate, but does not guarantee or warrant that such links will point to the intended Client site at all times.
  2. Darlweb are not liable for loss, damage or corruption to files or information stored on its servers or individual PCs relating to a Client’s website. The Client is solely responsible for any information or files relating to its website.
  3. If a Domain name is purchased by the Client through a company other than Darlweb, the Client has full responsibility in making sure that the domain name is renewed when due. Darlweb will not renew the Domain name when annual Hosting renewal is due if the Domain name is purchased through a company other than Darlweb.
  4. Darlweb makes no claims that the contents of this website may be lawfully viewed or downloaded outside England and Morocco. Access to this website may not be legal by certain persons or in certain countries. If this website is accessed from outside of the United Kingdom, it is done at own risk and the visitor is responsible for compliance with the relevant laws of the visitor’s jurisdiction. The terms and conditions of this website are governed by the laws of England and Morocco. Jurisdiction for any claims arising in respect of this website’s Content shall lie exclusively with the courts of England. If any provision of these terms and conditions is found to be invalid by any court having competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of such provision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions, which shall remain in full force and effect.