Sunday, November 29, 2015

Your First Website, Should Be Planned And Professionally Managed.

Anyone can have a website, the question is having a website that can generate revenue and or human traffic.

A simplistic answer is that, to achieve this, requires hard work and a certain amount of financial input to succeed.

Most people don't have a clue what it entails to own and run a website. People are easily allured into believing that it is an easy task to achieve.
Creating a successful website requires correct use of Web Technologies.
Components such as Hashtag, Meta Data (Meta tags) See article http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10-HTML-TECHS/#document-meta ,
Web development is a term that is used to refer to the process of creating a website and can range from developing a single simple page to a series of complex pages. Web development encompasses several actions or practices and some of them include web design, content creation, programming, network security tasks as well as client side or server side scripting, etc.

  Wikipedia has this to say:

Web standards include many interdependent standards and specifications, some of which govern aspects of the Internet, not just the World Wide Web. Even when not web-focused, such standards directly or indirectly affect the development and administration of web sites and web services. Considerations include the interoperability, accessibility and usability of web pages and web sites.”
In the recent few years, web development has taken the definition of the creation of content management systems or CMS, #“Plebware strongly Promotes ocPortal” which is the mid-step between the user and the database.

In order to pursue web development as a profession, one of the most important things that you will need to consider is having a basic to an intermediate expertise in programming languages. But it can't go wrong if to strive to attain an advanced level of profieciency in programming.
Web technologies are in a constant state of flux. It’s impossible to predict which will fail, which will shine brightly then quickly fade away, and which have real longevity. Rapid innovation is what makes web app development so exciting, but shiny new things shouldn’t be pursued without a solid understanding of the underlying web platform.

How to use technology correctly, and with class

Posted March 20, 2009 - 23:30 by Samantha Rose Hunt
Chicago (IL) - Earlier this week, the social networking site Twitter was rocked by a brief Tweet exchange which stirred up feelings all over the web. The widely reported on story is of a woman, Connor Riley, who Tweeted the following: "Cisco just offered me a job! Now I have to weigh the utility of a fatty paycheck against the daily commute to San Jose and hating the work." Shortly thereafter a Cisco employee spotted the Tweet and responded with: "Who is the hiring manager. I'm sure they would love to know that you will hate the work. We here at Cisco are versed in the web." The exchange launched what really seemed to be the entire Internet into an uproar.

Read more at http://www.tgdaily.com/trendwatch-brief/41804-how-to-use-technology-correctly-and-with-class#YxEldpUlUxx0IjY7.99”


THE MOST POPULAR PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

The universe of programming languages is wide and knowing all or learning each one of them is neither practical nor possible. If you are a developer who is interested in learning the most useful and popular ones, then you must first know which ones of the thousands of languages to learn. Thankfully, there are certain websites and platforms that create lists of the top languages, according to their popularity. The list of the top 15 programming languages of this year are given below, and it is clear that JavaScript is the most popular followed closely by Java, Python, and others.
Top 15 programming languages in 2015

JavaScript, Java, Python, CSS, PHP, Ruby, C++,
C, Shell, C#, Objective C, R, VimL, Go and Perl

Here are details of some of the important ones
JavaScript
JavaScript is one of the most popular and dynamic programming languages used for creating and developing websites. This language is capable of achieving several things including controlling the browser, editing content on a document that has been displayed, allowing client-side scripts to communicate with users and also asynchronous communication. It was developed by Netscape and borrows a lot of its syntax from C language. JavaScript is used very widely and effectively in creating desktop applications as well as for developing games.”

CSS
CSS or Cascading Style Sheets is rather a markup language. When paired with HTML, CSS allow a developer to decide and define how a web page or a website will eventually look or how it will appear to the visitors of the web platform. Some of the elements which CSS has an impact on include font size, font style, the overall layout, the colors and other design elements. This is a markup language that can be applied to several types of documents including Plain XML documents, SVG documents as well as XUL documents. For most websites across the world, CSS is the platform to opt for if they need help to create visually attractive webpages and finds use not just in the creation of web applications but also mobile apps.”

PHP

The term ‘PHP’ is used to define PHP Hypertext Processor language that is a free server-side scripting language that has been designed for not just web development but also as a general-purpose programming platform. This is a widely used language that was created in the year 2004 and now powers over 200 million websites worldwide. Some popular examples of websites powered by this platform include Facebook, WordPress, and Digg.com.


PHP is an interpreted script language which means that it is usually processed by an interpreter. For this reason, the language is most suitable for server-side programming that have server tasks being repeatedly performed when the website development process is on.



#“Plebware now also complies to the correct Google #'Hashtag' usage.”


Internet Traffic Is The True Life Blood Of Every Website

In case you don't know that you need lots of traffic to have a successful website, let me say “You Need Traffic” that is human cyber commuters, real visitors.
Internet Traffic is important and we are not talking about the four wheeled kind that terrorizes you when to take to our roads…

You probably also know that not all traffic is equal. You can have a million visitors to your site, but if they are not targeted visitors then it's unlikely that many will do what you want them to do – opt-in to your mailing list, or buy your products.
Targeted traffic is the life blood of every website and every online business.
You cannot survive without it, but if you CAN find the people who are just aching to get hold of what you‟re offering and then find a way of getting them onto your website - you‟re going to make a lot of money!