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Web design broken down from the beginning
In recent times websites have become an integral part of any business, and a good website can be a marketing tool for the company by speaking for itself. This is opening up the market for quality web designing, and web designers need to create that winning look for their clients.
Websites usually have a home page with links to other sub pages, and web design is the designing of such web pages. The home page design could be different from other pages or the whole site can have a constant design. Any web design involves three basic components such as content, style and interactivity. Web content consists of both text and images, and text content needs to be unique and simple and the content is defined by CSS. The interactivity of a website can be defined using Java or open source scripts.
The most prominent feature of a web page is the web banner, which is designed using design tools such as flash or Photoshop. The web buttons, menus and slices also lend a definite character to the website. The choice of right colors and fonts is also important for the visual appeal of the website, and the overall effect of the website is the result of content, style and multimedia.
Websites can be created from scratch and they can also be done with the help of web design templates. These design templates have a basic style, presentation and web banners and menu bars too, which can be modified. Techniques such as templates can dynamically allow you to edit the design across the entire site by using just one file. Many applications out there allow you to setup a template so you can save a tremendous amount of time. For example most of the beginner web developers tend to create a page one at a time, which would include the entire layout of the page to be re-downloaded each time you go from page to page. Well with more effective way of doing things you would first create a template with your design into it, and then “INCLUDE” each of your content section’s via separate pages. This is where xhtml, php, asp, all come in very handy. For a page to do a certain function you don’t need to write an entirely separate page of code to do something, you can easily create a function or separate content and “include” it in your document as a source addition.
About the Author: Kyle Newton is a web design and ecommerce professional with 7 years of experience in the web development and internet marketing field. He has developed total online presence systems and has helped establish many successful online businesses.