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Types And Understanding The Basics About The Web

Understanding the website

In a further website definition, the website represents a set of managed web pages, containing text, images and all types of multi-media files presented for the attention of internet users with aesthetic and accessible ways. All websites that are activated via the Internet are called World Wide Web (WWW). The data contained in this website is compiled and created to be accessible to the online public with the help of programming languages ​​such as (X) HTML and PHP, just to name a few. Website programming is the main method for defining the structure of a website and managing actions in handling visitors who browse through its pages. With the ability of web design techniques, the information will be well structured and the look becomes more friendly. In order for the web page to be presented to the visitor's monitor, we need to host on the web server, which they then transfer to the web browser via HTTP, the main protocol from the WWW can be seen at the beginning of each site address.

 Website visitors

Visitors can access certain websites simply by typing the name in the address bar of their web browser. Website names created by their owners and with memorable names are a combination of letters and numbers, more popular as domain names or sub-domains. When you visit a website, you only use the domain name of the site, with Domain Name System (DNS) taking care of and placing the domain in certain web hosting server. Depending on the purpose it establishes, the website may be owned and managed by individuals, organizations or companies.


 Website Elements
The tremendous advancement in website creation technology and the unlimited ability of human imagination have created the sites we see now on the web. However, they all contain some basic elements that make them easy to recognize by users in terms of home page functions (also known as index pages), the first page we see when entering a site, a navigation menu - the main guide to the content of the website; Footer area with important links, copyright information, etc. With the help of hyperlinks visitors can search one webpage from another site in a logical-driven way, which greatly increases the usability of the website.


Understanding Static and dynamic website
The creative concepts and software behind a website determine whether static or dynamic. Static websites present information online to visitors directly - as stored on the server. A good example of a static website every simple company website provides details about the company's portfolio, contacts, future projects, etc.The setting usually requires some website skills and basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. Dynamic websites, in turn, use databases to store and handle information, allowing web pages' content to be changed automatically in pre-specified cases. A dynamic website, for example, every blog, portal, or ecommerce store you can visit every day. The list of software that dynamic websites longer, including - PHP, JSP, Perl,

ASP and more.


Understanding PHP Website
PHP is one of the most popular tools for website creation. Scripting language is easy to learn and gives most likely PHP users to create websites and also provide advanced facilities. PHP websites constitute the majority of personal sites today. PHP is also the scripting language of choice for most forums, popular blogs or e-commerce sites. It is also easily combined with databases, such as MySQL and PostgreSQL, which allow for data to be stored and organized in an easily accessible way.


Understanding the website with NTC Hosting
NTC Hosting was established for one purpose - to provide affordable web hosting, offering and giving its users all the tools necessary to create their own site quickly and easily. With each NTC hosting plan every user can use the script installer, we can install many popular php scripts in under a minute.


Type of blog or website static:
Is where you create a free page that is interconnected with each other with an HTML web editor (or WYSIWYG). This way everyone used to build a website. Due to the difficulties experienced by many website founders, finally the experts create dynamic websites. In my opinion, this type of static website has become obsolete, unless you only have a few pages. With many content management systems or commonly called free CMS available, it is easier for beginners to create a website without any coding knowledge at all.
 

This type of blog or dynamic website is usually a website that connects to a database so you can easily store and retrieve information in an organized and structured way. WordPress and Joomla are dynamic websites. Most of the information you add to WordPress or the Joomla administrator area will be stored in the database and will be populated on your site's frontend - automatically.
Now under the main category of a static or dynamic website there are more specific types of websites that can be created. When reviewing this list, make note that your future site can be a combination of several types.
The more specific types of websites are as follows ...
Site Type
Affiliate: A site where you post links to products and services that you recommend and when a visitor clicks on a link or purchases the product of the website owner you will receive a commission. Agency affiliate site Example: Commission Junction, ClickBank, eJunkie, etc.
Archive site: This type of site is used to store older information about a particular topic, intended for research or entertainment. Two examples are the Internet Archive and Way Back Machine; both copies store the entire website current and earlier.
Blog (or weblog) site: Sites commonly used to send online diaries that may include discussions or forums. Blogs have evolved over the years to do more than post your random thoughts. The blogging system you choose can be modified and used for all types of sites in this list. Examples of blog sites are WordPress, Movable Type and Blogger
Company or Business site: Used to provide background information about an organization, business, or service. Examples of company websites are General Motors, General Electric, and PepsiCo.
 

Commerce site or eCommerce site: For purchase or good service such as Amazon, Walmart or Target. Read more on the e-commerce page
Community Site (social network): A site where people with similar interests communicate with each other, usually with chat or message boards.
Database site: A site whose main purpose is to search displays of storing data such as the Internet Move Database or the Political Tomb.
Site Development: A site where information and resources are provided for subjects related to software development, web design and programming.
Site directory: A site that lists organized information into categories and sub-categories and Yahoo directory, Google Directory and Open Directory Project.
Download site: Strictly used to download electronic content such as software, games, demos and desktop wallpapers. Examples of Tucows and ZDNet sites.
Job site: Allows employers to post job advertisements for positions so prospective employees may apply. Examples of work sites are Monster, HotJobs and CareerBuilder.
Erotica sites: displaying sexual videos and pornographic content. Sorry, I did not post any examples for this.
Humor site: The main purpose of this site is too entertaining and entertaining. Example Bored.com.
Site Information: Contains content intended to inform visitors, but not necessarily for commercial purposes. Most governments, educational and non-profit institutions have information sites.

Intranet site: A site created for a group of employees who work for a particular company Intranet can only be seen by employees currently working there and usually stores internal project information and company events.
Mirror site: A complete reproduction of a website.
News Sites: Similar to informational sites, but dedicated to mixing news and comments. Like CNN, New York Post and Fox 5.
Personal homepage: Run by an individual or small group (like family) that contains information or content that people want to include.
Phish website: A website created for people scam and obtaining sensitive information, such as passwords and credit card details, masquerading as a trustworthy person or business (such as Social Security Administration, PayPal) in an electronic communication.
Political site: A site where someone might post about political views. Sort of Huffington Post.
Pornography (porn) site: A site that shows pornographic images and videos. No examples.
Site rating: A site where people can praise or demean a product, place or service.
Site Review: A site where people can post reviews for a product or service.
Search Engine site: A site that provides general information and is intended as a gateway or search for other sites Some examples are Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Warez: A site filled with illegal software and other electronic media for download.
Web portal: A site that provides a starting point or gateway to other resources on the Internet or intranet.
Wiki site: A site that users together edit information to serve as an online resource. Like Wikipedia.


Meaning and meaning of www (Word Wide Web):
Is an interconnected computer network for the purpose of sharing information electronically. Although there are so many different computers intertwined, there is some sort of rule or standard to join, otherwise communication would be difficult. Just as English is a commonly spoken language among people from different countries, where most people understand and use it to communicate and gain something. There is a detailed explanation or rather a technical explanation from the internet on wikipedia if you are interested to have a detailed understanding and history of the internet.
There are some standard communication protocols in use on the internet, you may have heard technical words such as http, ftp, smtp, pop etc. commonly used by technicians and internet users, this is actually a common language or standard communication for different tasks Which is used to connect between computers on the internet in order to communicate with each other. With communication standards, we can use the web browser's link things to browse web pages, FTP clients to upload downloaded files from the internet, email clients to send and receive email messages with ease.
So how does the WWW work?
On interconnected computers, we can basically classify some of them as web servers, and some as web clients, web clients (computers with web browsers such as Internet Explorer or Firefox etc) usually have requests (web pages) from the internet, and a The web server (web server ie Linux, Windows Web server) will send the requested web page to the web client if the web server is saving the web page.
So how does this computer know each other?
 
 

How does this computer know which one? Well, every connected computer already has an identity called IP address (ie 123.123.123.123), an IP address such as an international passport number and it's unique, web clients and servers use this identity as the basis for identifying each other.
So how can I memorize all these numbers?
This is why the domain name (this example-apa.com) is made to be easily memorized, the domain name is essentially a more human readable form of the address, each domain name is unique and can be a map for one or more IP addresses. When people try to open a web page, instead of entering an IP address on a web client, a domain name can be used instead and there is a special computer called a domain name server that stores domain name information pointing to any IP address, and this domain name server exists for Help serve direction information to the appropriate web server and client.




Understanding webmail DNS Imap Pop3 Smtp:
Understanding POP3
Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) is a standard mail protocol used to receive emails from a remote server to a local mail client. POP3 allows you to download email messages on your local computer and read them even when you are offline.


IMAP and POP3 Differences:
The POP3 protocol assumes that there is only one client connected to the mailbox. Instead, the IMAP protocol allows concurrent access by multiple clients. IMAP is perfect for you if your mailbox is about to be managed by multiple users.
Understanding SMTPSimple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the standard protocol for email delivery on the Internet. SMTP uses TCP port 25 or 2525 and sometimes you can have problems to send your message if your ISP has closed port 25.
Understanding DNS (NS, A, MX, CNAME, SPF)
Domain names have a DNS zone consisting of the following notes:
* NS - specifies which is the DNS server for the domain;
* A - specifies the IP address corresponding to the domain and its subdomain;
* MX - determines which emails for your domain should be submitted;
* CNAME - specifies the redirection of our domain subdomains to another domain / subdomain;
* SPF - Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an attempt to control fake e-mail.
 
 


Search Engine Optimization (SEO):
Often considered a blog or Web marketing technique. SEO is sometimes also called Copyrighting SEO because most of the techniques used to promote the site in handling search engines with text. In general, the definition of SEO can be defined as the activity of optimizing the entire webpage or blog to make them more search engine-friendly, thus obtaining a higher position in the search results.
One of the basic SEO techniques is that even if you do all the things that need to be done, this does not automatically guarantee you top rankings but if you ignore the basic rules, then your blog will not be noticed.
Although SEO helps increase traffic to one's site, but SEO is not an advertisement. Although you can be included in search results by paying for certain keywords but basically the idea behind basic SEO techniques is to get top positions not because you pay.
SEO can be a 30-minute job or a permanent activity. Sometimes it is enough to do some generic SEO to get high rankings on search engines. If you are planning to do some basic SEO techniques, it is important to understand how search engines work and what matters most in SEO.


1. How Search Engines Work
Unlike humans, search engines are text-driven. Despite the rapid technological advances, search engines are far from being intelligent creatures who can feel the beauty of blog design. Instead, search engines browse the web, view specific site items (mainly text) to get the content of each site. This brief explanation is not the most appropriate because as we will see next, search engines perform several activities in order to provide search results - crawling, indexing, processing, calculating relevance, and retrieving.
First, search engines browse the web to see what's there. This task is performed by some of the software, called crawlers or spiders (or Googlebot, as is the case with Google). Spiders follow links from one page to another, it is impossible for spiders to visit the site daily just to see if a new page has appeared or if the existing page has been modified. Sometimes crawlers will not visit your site for a month or two, so all this time your SEO efforts will not be appreciated. At these moments, we can only wait.
After the page is crawled, the next step is the index of its contents. The indexed pages are stored in a gigantic database, which then one day will be displayed. If you help them by optimizing it, it will be easier for them to classify your pages correctly and to get higher rankings.
When it comes to search queries, the search engine processes it - ie comparing search strings in search queries with indexed pages in the database. Since it is possible that more than one page (practically it is millions of pages) contains a search string, search engines begin to calculate the relevance of each page in the index for the string being searched.
There are various algorithms for calculating relevance. Each algorithm has different relative weights for common factors such as keyword density, links, or metatags. That's why different search engines give search page results for the same string but different results. What's more is known that all major search engines, such as Yahoo, Google, MSN, etc. periodically change their algorithms and if you want to stay on top, you also need to customize your pages against recent changes.


2. Differences Between Each Search Engine

I've read about the Bing algorithm just the opposite of Google. Probably also, the bottom line is that every search engine has different things and if you plan to conquer one of them, you need to carefully optimize your site.

There are many examples of differences between search engines. For example, for Yahoo! And Bing, the keyword factor on the page is the most important, while for Google baclink is very important.

Also, that Google rates blogs or webs like coconuts - older sites, increasingly in priority. Whereas Yahoo does not have better older domain considerations.
 
 


Understand the meaning of social networking
The notion of social networking is grouping individuals into specific groups, such as small rural communities or environmental subdivisions, if you will. I will discuss how to make social facebook jejarinng in the next article. Although social networking is possible personally, especially in the workplace, university, and high school. This is because unlike most high schools, colleges, or workplaces, the internet is filled with millions of people looking to meet others, to gather and share first hand information and experiences about cooking, golfing, gardening, developing friendships or professional alliances , Job search, business-to-business marketing and even groups sharing information about infidelity, he .. he .. he .. Topics and interests are very diverse and rich our world story.
When it comes to online social networking, websites are commonly used. This website is known as a social site. Social networking sites function like an online community of internet users. Depending on the website, many of the members of the online community share a common interest in hobbies, religion, or politics. Once you are granted access to social networking sites you can start to socialize. This socialization may include reading the profile page of other members and maybe even contacting them.
Friends that you can make just one of the many benefits to online social networking. Another one of the benefits includes diversity because the internet gives individuals from all over the world access to social networking sites. This means that even if you are in Mojoagung, you can develop an online friendship with someone in Denmark or India. Not only will you make new friends, but you can only learn one or two things about a new culture or a new language and learning is always a good thing.

As mentioned, social networks often involve grouping of specific individuals or organizations together. Although there are some social networking sites that focus on certain interests, there are others who do not. Websites without major focus are often referred to as "traditional" social networking sites and usually have open membership. This means anyone who can become a member, no matter what their hobbies, beliefs, or views. However, once you are inside this online community, you can start to create your own network with friends and eliminate members who do not share common interests or goals.
Buddies should be aware, there are dangers associated with social networks including theft of data and viruses, which increase including infidelity. The most common hazards though often involve online predators or individuals who claim to be others. Although there is no danger with the online network, the consequences arise in the world. Just as you are suggested when meeting strangers in clubs and bars, school, or work - you are also advised to proceed with caution online.
By being aware of your cyber environment and who you are talking to, you should be able to safely enjoy online social networking. It will take a lot of conversations over the phone to get to know someone, but this will not be able to make a clear judgment until you can meet each other personally. Just use common sense and listen to your inner voice, it will tell you when something that does not feel right about online conversation takes place. It should be realized.
After enough information and comfortable with your findings, my friend can start searching buddy from hundreds of community networks to join. This can easily be done by performing a standard internet search. Your search will likely get some results, including MySpace, FriendWise, FriendFinder, Yahoo 360, Facebook, Orkut, and Jl.


E-commerce:
Is a term for any type of business, or commercial transaction, involving the transfer of information on the Internet. It covers different types of businesses, from site-based retail consumers, through auction sites or music, to trading in the business of goods and services between companies. It is currently one of the most important aspects of internet emerging.
E-commerce allows consumers to exchange electronic goods and services without time or distance constraints. Electronic commerce has grown tremendously over the last five years and is expected to continue to grow rapidly. In the near future the boundaries between "conventional" and "electronic" business commerce will become increasingly blurred as more and more move parts of their operations to the Internet.
Business to Business or B2B refers to electronic commerce between businesses rather than between businesses and consumers. B2B businesses often deal with hundreds or even thousands of other businesses, either as customers or suppliers. Conducting this electronic transaction provides a great competitive advantage over traditional methods. When applied properly, e-commerce is often faster, cheaper and easier than traditional methods of bartering goods and services.
Electronic Transactions have been around for some time in the form of Electronic Data Interchange or EDI. EDI requires every supplier and customer to create a special data link (between them), where e-commerce provides a cost-effective method for companies to set up multiple, ad-hoc links. Electronic commerce has also led to the development of electronic markets where suppliers and potential customers are brought together to conduct mutually beneficial trades.
The road to creating a successful online store website can be difficult if not aware of what e-commerce and ecommerce principles should be for your online business. Researching and understanding the guidelines needed to properly implement an e-business plan is an essential part of being successful with online store building.

What do you need to have an online store and what exactly is a shopping cart?
Shopping cart software is an operating system used to enable consumers to buy goods and or services, track subscribers, and tie together all aspects of e-commerce into a cohesive whole.


While there are many types of software that you can use, customizable, turnkey solutions prove to be an effective cost method for building, editing and maintaining an online store. How is an online shopping cart different from what's found in a grocery store? Images are one of the invisible shopping carts. You enter an online store website, see which products meet your needs and you place them into your virtual shopping cart. When you are through browsing, you click checkout and complete the transaction by providing payment information.
To start an online business it is best to find niche consumer products that have trouble finding in malls or department stores. Also take delivery into consideration. Pets.com found a hard way: expensive dog food for FedEx ships! Then you need an e-commerce website enabled. This could be a new site developed from scratch, or an existing site that you can add e-commerce shopping cart capabilities.
The next step, you need a tool to accept online payments. This usually requires getting a merchant account and receiving credit cards through an online payment gateway (some smaller sites stick with the simplest methods of receiving payments like PayPal).
Lastly, you need a marketing strategy to drive targeted traffic to your site and the means to attract regular customers. If you are new to ecommerce keep things simple-know your limitations.
E-commerce can be a very rewarding endeavor, but you can not make money overnight. It is important to do a lot of research, ask questions, work hard and make business decisions on the facts learned from e-commerce research. Do not rely on "gut" feelings. We hope our online e-commerce tutorials have helped your business make better decisions in choosing an online shopping cart for your ecommerce store.Source http://ini-apa.com
 

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