We are crazy about making funky and professional websites. When you hire us to build yours, we immediately start researching your field of business, your competitors, and what speaks to people in your market. From there, we play around with some layout ideas to ensure that the main thing speaks most clearly and everything else supports it. Once the framing is done, we begin crafting the look and feel of the site so that it fits you and your company’s personality. It is very rare that we need more than two or three versions to nail the design.
Just to name a few:
- Custom website template design
- Content management systems
- Animated banner
- Website population
- Copy writing
- Full training on website management
- Added functionality
CMS under the Spotlight...
Static websites have now become something of the past and Content Management Systems (CMS) driven with the use of a Database is now the preferred way to go when developing websites.
Content Management Systems have become so much more popular over the recent years and if we put it under the spotlight, why exactly is this? What is so different from how things used to be and how it is now?
How things used to be:
In the past, it was simple “static” website information download.
The search via whichever search engine would be sent to the web server on which that website is hosted and thus all its related information. So, in simple terms, the search request for a website domain is sent to the related server; the server finds all related files associated with that website including pictures, content, flash and so forth.
The web server then sends all that information back to the user who requested that information. This is “static” and a simple delivery of related files contained in that website.
So that Google or Search Engine request for a static website will receive all related information back from the web server; which can do the same for the same website request to many users all across the world.
So, what is then the difference in CMS?
There is still a search request for a website which gets directed to the server which hosts it. But this particular server is configured specifically for CMS and recognizes that the requested website was developed as a Database driven application; and thus some processing is required before the website and related Database can be delivered.
This all literally happens in seconds and through the Database framework delivered by the WAMP Server on Windows (PHP, My SQL and Apache) as well as the related website is sent back to the server, which delivers on the request and to the user.
Why is CMS then preferred and continuously growing in both popularity and demand?
The answer is clear...
- Clients can do all updates without further cost
- Easily add, change, include and even extend the Website without further developer help
- With a simple ‘log in’ and a user-friendly back-end; it is as easy as working with any regular Office Application
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