Website Design


What's A Website ?

A Website is space on a computer where anyone who subscribes can say "This is me, this is what I do, or what I am interested in, what I know, or what I can sell you". An electronic brochure and source of information available to the whole world 24 hours a day.

Within the website, each screenful of information is called a page. Pages may contain text, or graphic images, or even photographs, sound and video.

A main feature are the "links" embedded within a page that can be clicked with a computer mouse and which transport viewers to other pages. To continue with the brochure analogy, you would normally open a brochure at the front or the back and browse forwards or backwards a page at a time. With a website, the user decides the order they want to see the pages in by clicking the links that interest them.

This interactivity generates a sense of ownership and participation in the user, binding them to the information much more tightly than a traditional brochure.

To maximise this benefit, it really needs someone with an understanding of interactive programming to get the best out of creating the electronic pages and links

What sort of websites are there?

There are many sorts of Websites, ranging from a single page "This is us" offering, through to mammoth Websites like the UK Open Government site which has several thousand pages full of information about legislation, taxation, grants and funding, VAT, employment, trade and industry, planning, commerce and so on, together with links to all the government departments and agencies.

Websites may be provided by individuals (in which case they are usually called homepages), special interest groups, such as "The Association of Widget Collectors", educational establishments like universities, or science and research centres, Governments, voluntary organisations, individual retailers, banks and businesses, manufacturers and importers, news, media and financial organisations and multinational corporations. Although the size of the organisations may differ, each has the same opportunity and scope.

A small businesses can have the same presence and create the same image as a multinational. Each chooses the style and content of its own pages.

The importance of having a website for your business

Do you have your own business?

Do you Want to increase your profit?

Do you Want the maximum number of customers?

Do you Want to be known all over the world?

You should have a web site for your business. Having a web site is not only a decisive step into the future, but a necessary move to stay competitive in this fast paced world.

What is a Web site?

A web site is a collection of information stored on a computer and seen on the World Wide Web. The web site can be viewed locally and internationally, it's a new media used to exchange and gather information and ideas.

What can a web site do for your business?

A web site can do a lot for you and your business. A web site is an invaluable business tool for both you and your clients. Your web site enables you to make, as much information available to customers as you think is needed. It can enable customers to find out all the information they need about

Such as

The service you provide. The product you offer.

Web Designing

  What is a Website?

  Types/Samples of Web Site

  What are the types of websites?

   Importance of having a Website?

  Advantages of having a Websites?

  What is a webpage?

  Why do I need one?

  How do I get one?

  Cross Continent web designing

   What does it cost?


  What's in it for me?

  How to choose the right Website Designing      Company?