How does a website work?

20-05-2010, Category Web Design

Gone are the times when a website comprised static documents connected with fixed hyperlinks. The content of such a website could only be modified by a webmaster who either needed to be paid for each adjustment or in the form of a salary. Nowadays a website is an Internet application – a construction comprising the following 3 elements (layers): 1. graphic templates 2. scripts 3. content (both text and graphic) Scripts are responsible for loading content from a database and displaying it through templates. The effect seen by end users is the so-called front-end. On the other hand, the administrative panel (CMS interface) is the back-end and it can only be accessed by the website’s administrators. During website building process, a certain layout which has been previously approved...

The process of building a company website – part 3: Implementation

13-05-2010, Category Web Design

Previous parts of the article: part 1: Planning part 2: Choice of technology and contractor Graphics Decisions concerning the layout of the website, that is its graphic design and layout on individual screens, need to be made very cautiously as they are irreversible. “Irreversible” might be too big of a word. The thing is that every new stage in developing the website is affected by what has been done previously. A late change in the customer’s decision requires going back one or a few stages and re-doing what has already been done. This can defer the whole process in time and might also mean additional costs for the client. Usually interactive agencies send their graphic designs in the form of JPG files. It is very important to view them in the original scale (not resized)....

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