Building a website
Key Stages of a Web Project :4
The developmental stage is the part where
the website for the first time begins to take real shape.
A Developer is putting your pages together following
the Navigational Structure as established back in
the “Perfect Planning” stage. “The Design Stage“
continues by supplying the Developer with all the graphical
elements that may be needed by any of those website pages.
The developer is using a combination of HTML, ASP or PHP and CSS to code your website and is creating functionality that a Bespoke CMS or an Open Source CMS will eventually allow a client to control for themselves. That’s a lot of accronyms, and you don’t need to understand what they all do, but lets just say there’s a lot of what looks like clever magic and maths at work to bring you web project to life!
The website isn’t built under the clients own domain/URL just yet, we don’t want anyone to be able to see the work in progress and mistake it as the final live site, and so this development version of the site is accessible under a Twentyfourten development URL.
During this time, the in-progress website is available to our clients for viewing, clients will be able to play around with the site and test things out, and will be asked to confirm that functionality and user-experience is as anticipated. Clients can suggest any additional changes or corrections they may like to have done, but if requests are significant enough a cost may be associated with it.
The Next Key Stage
With the Development Stage completed, we need to move on to that next Key Stage …
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