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Web design.
Creating web pages to be viewed on the internet. It uses a hypertext that allows information and sites to be linked together in the whole entire web. It also can be realitivley simple using text-based coding or complex using professional design software.
Page Layout.
a way of organizing information on a web page; ensures the information on the page is easily located.
Navigation.
The method by which a user accesses all the pages and information on a website.
Hyperlinks. (Links)
clickable connections that link text or images to pages of the website.
Content.
All the information (text), images, and other multimedia that are contained within the pages of the website.
Internet Browsers.
Computer programs that read the interpret web design code to display a web page for the user.
URL.
(Universal Resource Locator)
The specific address of a page on the internet.
FTP.
(File Transfer Protocol)
Method by which data and files are transferred over the internet.
Search Engines.
Websites that organize and retrieve information located on the internet.
Search Submission.
When a new website is created, information about this purpose, content, and connections are submitted through the search engines.
SEO.
Involves designing websites with the intention of helping search engines best discover, organize, and retrieve the information.
Web Pre-Production.
Determine the overall purpose of the project, define the intended target audience, and use a flowchart.
Flow Chart.
To determine specific pages of a website and how they will be organized and linked together.
Web Hardware.
Need's a computer, external server, and internet connection.
Web Software.
Need's W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G and text editor.
WYSIWYG.
(What You See Is What You Get)
Design software that manipulates components of the web page without the users writing or editing code.
Text Editor.
Simple text editing program used to write or edit web design code, doesn't show a visual.
Web Design Languages.
Certain web design languages have specialized uses that would work best for a given task of process.
HTML.
Basic framework for all web design, written using "tags" that a web browser uses to interpret the code and generate the content on the web page, and tags denote structured elements like headings, paragraphs, lists, and more.
CSS.
Has separate layout and design features (color scheme, fonts, menu styles...) from the actual content of the website, easiest way to make site-wide design changes, combines with HTML to create a complete website, and common format of downloadable templates found on the internet.
Java Script.
Client-side web development, creates standalone computer programs that run entirety the users machine, which is quicker and more secure.
PHP.
Server-side web development, connects to HTML file to database of information on an external server, and creates dynamic websites with enhanced user interactivity.
Flash (For Web).
Uses ADOBE FLASH software interface to create websites, and commonly used to make internet games and advertisements.
Production.
Set up rot folder, Create Wire frame, Add Content, then create Hyperlinks.
Root Folder.
a central location of storage for every file involved in designing a website.
Wire Frame.
a visual guide to haw a web page content will be organized.
Template.
a pre-determined wire frame that can quickly downloaded an utilized.
Graphics Optimization.
designing and exporting graphics with the specific purpose of using it on a website.
Alternative Text.
text descriptions of graphics and other design components on a web page.
Image Maps.
a single graphic that is divided into sections and linked to different locations.
Roll Over.
feature that indicates interactivity to the user, normally causes a component of a web page to visually change when the users cursor hovers over it.
Web Form.
an interactive feature that allows the user to submit information.
Post-Production.
Proof / Preview of the website, Test all of the hyperlinks, Troubleshoot, check compatibility, and Publish the finished website.
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