Website = Design, Development, and Hosting
We have reached a point where almost everybody needs a website, whether it is a personal website, business website, e-commerce website, or just a hobby page. It is still difficult for the average person to build their own website and make it public? So what is really involved in doing that?
There are three main stages in creating a business website: design, development, and hosting. Design involves making the graphics and building the layout of the pages. How your website is designed has a big influence on whether or not the users will like your website. Development includes building the programs required by your website such as a shopping cart or a data entry form. Website hosting is placing your website on a public server so it can be accessible to users worldwide. All these three aspects are very important and require attention. If, for instance, you create the best looking website but you have a bad web host, then your website is doomed no matter how good it is. An example of a good web page is a page that summarizes press releases.
Every city has companies and services that can help you build your website. As with any other service you purchase, there is the good and the bad, so it is important to compare and read reviews especially if you intend to build a large and critical website.
If you live in a major American city, you can select it from the list below to get more information relevant to your city
For more cities, click here to get a directory of states.
For more information, you can review our web hosting and PHP information articles.
|Copyright © 2004 phpSlash.org. All Rights Reserved.|