One way to design or develop a Web site or Intranet.Now that we have Web 2.0 a whole new way of developing a web site has been opened to the modern day Web developer.
With out going into a lot of technical mumbo jumbo, I will give you a brief explanation on web site design.
- Modern day, or 2.0 web sites need to have a good deal of content.
- That content has to be dynamic, updated regularly.
- The updated Content is the reason the client returns to your web site on a regular basis to see what you have to offer.
- Linux, referring to the operating system;
- Apache, the Web server;
- MySQL, the database management system (or database server);
- one of several scripting languages: Perl, PHP or Python.
Though the originators of these open source programs did not design them all to work specifically with each other, the combination has become popular because of its low acquisition cost and because of the ubiquity of its components (which come bundled with most current Linux distributions). When used in combination they represent a solution stack of technologies that supports application servers.
Good positioning in Google and other search engines. (SEO).Designing Web sites nowadays is a complicated operation.. You have got to be able to get your head around a lot of different design techniques and be well rounded in the business of the WWW.
- Separation of content and design.
- CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
- XML, PHP, JAVA programing languages.
- Database knowledge, MYSQL
- Video and Graphic applications.
- Photoshop, FCP
- Compression techniques.
A lot of today's web sites are applications, and what a large number of companies are useing for there web sites and intranets, are called CMS (content management systems). There are a few different types available, with the 2 mentioned below from the Open source community which completely fits in with LAMP environment and framework.
This only scratches the surface of what is involved when developing a functional web site. Just to give you an idea!
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