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The process for establishing the web site would be as follows

I have the experience and expertise to design any Web site in accordance with our client’s proposals
and to develop it both technically and graphically to achieve the client’s objectives.

Contact info@2010webdesign.co.za
Cell: 089 951-0706


Conceptualization:

This allows me to think about your ideas and requirements
and I then create "Web Comps", which are mock-ups of
web page layouts, concepts, colour combinations, styles
and functionality for you to consider.
Please fill in our our enquiry form.

Design:

You let me know what aspects you like and what you don’t
and 2010 web design will make the necessary changes
to suite your requirements. The new designs are then
approved by yourselves.
Creating the website now begins.

Development:

After you have approved the look and feel, the artwork
is then coded in order to view the site online and the
navigational menus are then designed. This is the menu
structure that your website will use.

SEF - Search engine friendly urls are used to provide
shorter and more relevant-looking links to web pages.

SEO - The site is optimised with the basic requirements to
make it search engine friendly.

You will need to supply me with approximately 25 words
about what you do and what products or services you offer.
I then add the keywords to the source code
of your web site.

Domain:

A domain is in effect an internet street address. The domain
has to be registered and purchased and can have any title
within reason providing it does not exist anywhere already.
The domain address would be in the form of
www.yourname.com

Hosting:

Web hosting is a type of Internet hosting service that allows
organizations to make their own website accessible via the Web.
Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server
they own or lease for use by their clients.

Notes:

Static and Dynamic are terms that you will hear a lot, and are
basically the two main approaches when building a web site.

Static simply means that the information or 'code' that makes
up the website doesn't change, and they can be built more
cost-effectively than dynamic websites.

Dynamic means that the data or content can change
'dynamically'.

The content (text and images) is usually fed from a database
or Content Management System (CMS) so when the
data is updated, the content on the web site is also updated.

Shopping carts and information sites work this way as their
content changes frequently and needs to be constantly up to date.

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