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You might have the slickest eCommerce Web site design on the block, but if users can’t figure it and your shopping cart out, you won’t make a sale.
Over recent years, the Web has matured from a simple functionality like browsing to being able to cater to intricate processes such as end-to-end financial transactions. During this period, eCommerce website design technologies have grown more sophisticated, users have come to require a richer experience, and companies have found numerous ways to generate sales online.Read More
Before you can design a winning Website you need a comprehensive eCommerce Web Site design blueprint, and that begins with defining the purpose -- as well as prioritizing the various objectives -- of your online presence. Over the last few years, too many ebusinesses have launched with unfocused goals and, as a consequence, awkwardly-designed eCommerce Websites that quickly falter.Read More
This is a short introduction to writing HTML. What is HTML? It is a special kind of text document that is used by Web browsers to present text and graphics. The text includes markup tags such as to indicate the start of a paragraph, and to indicate the end of a paragraph. HTML documents are often refered to as "Web pages". The browser retrieves Web pages from Web servers that thanks to the Internet, can be pretty much anywhere in World.Read More
It seems that everyone has a web page these days. Everywhere you look there is a dot.com this and a dot.com that. Even Socks, the president's cat, has her own page. Robert Zakon states that the number of web sites has grown from 1 billion in 1997 to almost 10 billion today (2000). So where are these pages coming from, and how are they being created?Read More
HTTP is the language web clients (a browser) and web servers use to communicate with each other. When computers communicate with each other they use a protocol, an agreed language or medium of communication. HTTP, Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the foundation protocol of the world-wide web (WWW) and is used specifically for applications which involve hypertext.Read More