In Certified Code, we offer revisions on a case-by-case basis. We will work with you to make sure that your project is revised to your satisfaction.


There are three types of revisions that we offer:

1. Design Revisions - These revisions are for changes to the design of your project. This could include changes to the layout, colors, font, etc.

2. Development Revisions - These revisions are for changes to your project's code. This could include changes to the functionality, bug fixes, etc.

3. Content Revisions - These revisions are for changes to the content of your project. This could include changes to the text, images, videos, etc.


Definition of "revision"

A revision is defined as a change or addition to the original scope of work. If the difference is outside of the original content, it will be considered an additional service and billed accordingly.


Revision Request Process

If you would like to request a revision, please contact your project manager. They will work with you to create a change request. This change request will need to be approved by both parties before work can begin.

Approved changes will be scheduled and completed promptly. We always strive to achieve revisions as soon as possible, but we ask for your patience and understanding as we work to make the changes you have requested.


Common conflicts and how to avoid them

There are a few common conflicts that can occur during the revision process. We have listed them below, along with some tips on avoiding them.

1. Changes outside of scope - As stated above, if the change you request is outside of the original content, it will be considered an additional service and will be billed accordingly. To avoid this, please make sure that all changes are clearly defined and approved before work begins.

2. Unclear or conflicting instructions - You must be clear and concise when requesting revisions. Please provide as much detail as possible so that we can make the changes you need. If there are conflicting instructions, please resolve them before work begins.

3. Lack of communication - We understand that things can change during revision. If something comes up that you need to change or add, please let us know as soon as possible. The sooner we are made aware of the change, the sooner we can make the necessary adjustments.


We hope that this article has helped us understand our revision policy. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us, and we will be happy to assist you.

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