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How to Build a Website

I would love to keep on giving suggestions & advice through s.k.y.p.e. even after winning or loosing this contest. Below are the very basic steps for a non-technical user to understand. 1). One should listen your requirement or read some document if you have... 2). There must be proper sessions of knowledge sharing and to enhance understanding... 3). Then wire-frames can be made to give the site a skeleton. This phase helps in having bit more understanding & confirmation over requirements... 4). Now web designers come into the picture and they create modern designs as per the requirement & wire-frames... 5). You can keep on checking those & provide feedback and show your liking-disliking about those and designer will keep on modifying until your satisfaction level reaches... 6). Once completing this phase; HTML will be made based on those ready designs... 7). Now this HTML is ready to be used in integrating any programming language like PHP, .Net, JAVA etc.


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  • appshoppee
    appshoppee
    • 6 years ago

    I have few docs which support during project development phase. 1 is related to project planning known as Micro Plan and second serves when you need to mention some bug or new change request etc.

    • 6 years ago
  • appshoppee
    appshoppee
    • 6 years ago

    9). This all development need to be tested for issues and should be rectified....
    10). Now this all can be uploaded on the hosting and you are ready to go.

    • 6 years ago
  • appshoppee
    appshoppee
    • 6 years ago

    After this 7th point:
    8). Site has 2 sections: Front-end & Back-end. Front-end for public view for all users and Back-end for you to manage the site.

    • 6 years ago