Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

In the production of websites, there are many different things to consider. The website must be able to perform all of the functions that a human brain expects a website to do, such as display text, create headings, insert images, create hyperlinks, generate email addresses, display graphics, add forms, and insert JavaScript and jQuery.

In the maintenance of websites, there are many different things to keep in mind. The webmaster must make sure that there are enough images (for the graphics), that there are enough headings (for the navigation), that there are enough paragraphs (for the exposition of information), that there are enough interactive buttons, that there are enough pop-up windows, that there are enough JavaScript and jQuery objects and objects, that there are enough images (for the images), that the site has enough flash images (for the presentation of animation and video), that there are enough hyperlinks, that there are enough lists, that there are enough email addresses (to generate the list of subscribers), that there are enough pop-up windows (to display information and advertisement), that there are enough JavaScript and jQuery objects (to generate the data structures), and that there are enough JavaScript and jQuery objects (to show the data structures).

The webmaster must also find out what kind of computer the viewer is using, to make sure the web site is optimised for that type of computer.

The next stage in the web site production is deployment. After the site is optimised, it must be deployed on the internet. The next stage is to deploy it. Deployment can be in the form of adding the site to the directory, or it can be using the meta tags, or it can be adding the site in the search engine caches. This is called deployment, which means that the site is now online. The next stage is to make sure that it is accessible to everyone. The site must then be indexed by the search engines.

This is deployment. The webmaster must update the site’s content every now and then so that it is current. In the maintenance stage, it is now the job of the webmaster to maintain each of the components of the site.

If these steps seem overly complicated, it is because they are (a great deal!). If you know HTML and CSS, and if you can use FTP, and if you have a web server, then you have a pretty good chance of performing this task. But in reality, you will find that the tasks do not get more complicated, but rather just get more time-consuming.

The ultimate goal of website development is to provide value to our clients. The value is in the information that you provide to your client and the way that that information helps the owner achieve their goals. That is the ultimate purpose of website development.

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