Webdesign

 

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  • Webdesign:
Webdesign is a general term used by many to refer to anything that has to do with creating a website.  To those involved in creating and maintaining websites, webdesign has a more specific meaning.  Webdesign is a grafical proces to show what a user will see on the website. If one wants a unique site, custom made by demands, this requires a lot of interactivity between the customer and the webdesigner. These webdesigns are mostly offered to the client in .jpg's while the webdesigner keeps layerd formats of the pictures
(.psp's or .psd's).
Webdesign can also be used to create a logo for your company according to your wishes.
  • Slicing:
Slicing is used in many cases where a graphic design layout must be implemented as a web site. Therefore, this is a very important skill set typically possessed by "front end" developers; that is web developers who specialize in user interface development.
Slices may be produced and used in several different ways. Before tableless web design, sliced images were held together precisely with html tables. Modern web page layout includes extensive use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and semantic markup. Tables may be used for compatibility with rarer older web browsers that are incapable of processing modern tableless coding accurately.
  • Static websites:

    A static website is the most primitive, but most used form of a website.  A static website can only be changed by modifying the .html files that make up the website.  Static websites can work very well for a company that does not have much information to present or does not require any interactive features that require a connection to a database.  Static websites become difficult to maintain when frequent updates to content are required.  If the website is going to present data that changes on a regular basis, then it is better to create a dynamic website.

    example: http://www.haesaert-accounting.be/

 

  • Dynamic websites:

    A dynamic website is any website that is connected to some form of data source that allows content to change based on the information in that data source.  The information that customers see comes from a database that is constantly changing.  Creating a dynamic website is a much more demanding process than creating its opposite, a static website.  To change the content on a dynamic page one will usually log into the site and use on-line tools to add products or articles to the site. This is what one calls a Content Management System, which can be operated with basic or even without any knowledge of html or coding.

    example: http://www.dezeevonk.be
 

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