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Section I.

Technology

Back up connection

It is a good idea to consider having a back up internet connection or business line connection if the internet is a tool utilized to complete tasks which result in earning.Even the prominent companies have issues. (Company) experienced a technical issue with the central office.

Expect The Unexpected

The central office is where customer lines are connected.The issue started with the connection being slow, a ticket was issued. With out any warning the next day the internet connection became null, without any notification from (Company).

Up/Down Time

The issued ticket, pertained to slow internet, had to be upgraded. Due to the internet not working, internet connection loss was incurred. The issue had a down time of three ( 3 ) days.

Business

If a business is dependent on the internet for any part of revenue or earnings, it would be a good idea to have a back up, if it can be afforded.Technical issues can take an unspecified amount of time to asses, correct and or fix.

Section II.

Creating & Developing Websites

When building a website there are many aspects to consider.

Website coding has a fluctuating period of time and can refer to template creation, site functionality, software development etc. Coding can take an hour or weeks and even months to complete. Depending on the task or tasks needed to be completed for or on a website, the time varies. After coding is complete, additional time is allotted for tests. Tests confirm functionality of a website, tests allow for corrections, components additions, etc. Also confirms how the website will function, speed, capacity, sever load, etc.

Design:

Each aspect of design requires materials, and replacement materials. The materials are needed to complete all tasks for project. Equipment can range from computer software, computer hardware, camera equipment, paper, pencils, etc.

Content:

Websites have a certain look and feel, which is presented with, a variety of images, articles, videos and various types of content. All the content on a website comes from somewhere. Content can be researched, researching content for a site takes time. The more unique the content the more research. Writing, formatting, and placing , content also requires time, in addition the more content, formatting, and or writing the more time to complete.

Section III.

Creating & Developing Websites

Content:

Websites have a certain look and feel, which is presented with, a variety of images, articles, videos and various types of content. All the content on a website comes from somewhere. Content can be researched, researching content for a site takes time. The more unique the content the more research. Writing, formatting, and placing , content also requires time, in addition the more content, formatting, and or writing the more time to complete.

Images:

Images take time to design and or create, other wise photography may be required. Images are time consuming and can range from hours to weeks to have a finish product. Amount of images , image types, images size, image quality etc also have an affect on time.

Content:

Websites have a certain look and feel, which is presented with, a variety of images, articles, videos and various types of content. All the content on a website comes from somewhere. Content can be researched, researching content for a site takes time. The more unique the content the more research. Writing, formatting, and placing , content also requires time, in addition the more content, formatting, and or writing the more time to complete.

Section IV.

Creating & Developing Websites

Updates:

Updating a site has various aspects. All of which may or may not need to be updated at the same time. Updates require saving of all files associated with a site, allocating and reallocating sever space, corrections to depreciated functions, etc. The more files the more time. After files are saved, specific files may need to be changed or altered. Depreciated functions are types of coding standards that change from time to time, as with building codes. If you are building a building certain requirements for construction of the building change with time. After all changes are made ,testing is done. Testing is to ensure all info is present and website is functional.

Maintenance:

Maintenance is care for all aspects of a website. A website is available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Maintenance is the reason the site will propagate when a user types a domain in the web address bar. Maintenance ensure the functionality of plugins, modules, scripts, style( css ), email support, coding, updates etc. Maintenance ensures the functionality of hardware and software used to preform services. Computers, computer programs, servers, etc.

Section V.

Creating & Developing Websites

Hosting:

Hosting is updated accordingly, this requires time and includes some of the other aspects mentioned above. One of the differences being that hosting should be updated to the correct functionality. A web site depends on its hosting. The more features a website has the more features a hosting may need to have access to. Maintaining hosting refers to php, corn jobs, email support, sever maintenance, MySql, Mysql lite, flat files, databases, domain management, sub domain management, clearing web processes, trouble shooting, updates, etc.

SEO Site Engine Optimization:

SEO refers to having your site more accessible to be listed in search results and or gaining/having a high google, yahoo, bing, etc ranking, amongst a variety of other things. SEO is the formatting of links, pages, articles, blogs, website information to be accessible by search engines. Example: Search engines send out bots and they scan/read websites for information, if the information is formatted in the best possible way, the scanners copy the link to material and list it, the better and more unique the info on a searched item the more prominent the listing. There are various aspect which are not mentioned that are also taken into account when referring to ranking by search engines. As with algorithm changes, that can happen at anytime, that alter the manner in which links are ranked. This is just an example for understanding, the proper terms were not used in the previous example.

Proper formatting allows for efficient locating by search engines, allowing users to view desired material when searched for. If a user types "big cats" in google, SEO assists with items on this topic or pertaining to this topic appear in search results. SEO is not the only aspect which will affect search engine ranking, however it can assist in improving. There are a few quick ways to ascend to the top of search engine rankings, one of which is to, have a million people visit your site regularly.

Section VI.

Creating & Developing Websites

Features:

Websites have various types of content. There are also various ways to display content. Content can be simply text, or dynamically displayed. Dynamic means, eye-catching unique and engaging. Simple text is just as good, however with a variety of websites offering many similar services or products, uniqueness is a plus. Features include scrolls, sliders with various functions, video players, email systems, login systems, commerce systems (Pay pal, pay-option integrations).

Constructing a website takes time, attention to detail. Various services offer free websites, however it will not allow for the full range of options a personal website has to offer.

Section VII.

Development Budget

What’s your realistic budget for your website?

The cost of building a website goes beyond the design and initial set up.There are a lot of ongoing maintenance costs like hosting, de-bugging / troubleshooting, adding new features / tools, etc. So you really have two layers of costs to budget for (1) the initial setup and design and (2) the ongoing monthly or annual maintenance costs.

How do you want to manage your website?

Do you want to have full control over your website and do things yourself? Or do you want to hand off all the work to a designer / developer?This is a very important consideration missed. ( Eleroseyea Manages Your Website For You, with efficient updates, and outstanding customer service)

Features?

What features do you need NOW, what features do you need later, and what features are just “nice to have”? Testimonial: Web Builder Expert When we first started, we wanted everything. We wanted all the bells and whistles that we see other cool websites have. We wanted what we thought would be the perfect setup. After hitting the wall a few too many times, we realized that our lives was much more pleasant without the headaches that complexity brings. We didn’t need all the bells and whistles for our business to work. If our business model was flawed, all the design complexities won’t make a meaningful difference. So we decided it was best to keep things simple and ruthlessly cut features we don’t absolutely need, to build a lean, functional website that is good enough to get the job done. We knew that once we are making money from the website, we can always upgrade later.

Section VIII.

Your time is valuable

Time

How do you factor this cost into building your website? Well, you’ll have to take a guess at how much an hour of your time is worth.Is an hour of your time worth $20? $50? $100? If someone approached you and asked how much it will take to “purchase” an hour of your time to help them do something, what’s a fair price to you? If you want to build a website, be prepared to commit a lot of mental and physical energy into your project (even if you outsource the building of your website).

The amount an employer is paying anyone, maybe you right now, can also be a rough gauge. Take that number, multiply it by how many hours you plan/ budget to building your website, and you will loosely guess how much additional costs it will take to build your website (based on your time commitment, health, etc). Also the time figuring out all the technical stuff, such as hosting, security, coding? Time can add up really fast. Not only are technical aspects tedious at time, they can have you in a focused mood. Be aware the cost extends beyond time.

Section IX.

Image Links

Font image links that show a blank image instead of an image.

This issue can be caused by the linking method used to attach necessary files. To solve this issue, necessary files should be located in a directory below the main directory or in the same directory. Above linked correctly to the proper directory location.
Place <> around link instead of ():
Same Directory
( link rel="stylesheet" href="main.css" /)
To a directory below
( link rel="stylesheet" href="css/main.css" /)
Above Directory
( link rel="stylesheet" href="../assets/css/main.css" / )

Absolute Link

An absolute link is created when the href value is a fully qualified URL, including: the transfer protocol:
Transfer Protocol: http:// domain name: e.g:
Domain: www.yourdomain.com.ny.club.anything:
Page, filename, and extension: (yourpage.html, contact.html, about.html, page.html page.htm ) (.jpg, .pdf).
An absolute href value must be used when linking between websites; when the source and destination anchors are under different domain names.

Relative Link

A relative link is created when the destination href value is relative to the location of the current webpage or source anchor. A relative link to the ELEROSEYEA homepage, from this webpage, looks like this
<*a href="../index.php">Eleroseyea (this link tag should be closed with a < closed /a>)
The ../ directs the browser to move (up) out of the current directory and open the file index.php.
A relative link can only be used when linking within a website; when the source and destination anchors are under the same domain name.

Directory Index/Default File Default File Names

The default filename varies from server-to-server (and can also be customised), usual suspects include:
(default.htm, index.htm, index.html and welcome.htm). Current best-practice preference is for: index.html.
When the path does not include a filename, for example:
href='../',
the server attempts to open the directory index, or default file.
To determine which file to open, the server compares names of the files in the current directory with a prioritised list of default filenames. For example, a server may be set up (configured) to look for a file named (in order): index.htm, index.html, or default.htm. If a file named index.htm cannot be found, it will attempt to open index.html; if index.html cannot be found, it will attempt to open default.htm, etc. If a default file match is not made, then either all files in the directory will be listed, or access to the directory will be denied (Forbidden).
An example relative link looks like this:
<*a href="../somthing/contact.html">Eleroseyea Contact< link close tag >
The browser moves (up) out of the current directory, (down) into the about directory and opens the file contact.html. Relative links may need to be updated if a website’s structure is changed. For example, if the about directory were renamed about-us, or contact information was moved to a new, separate contact directory, then the href value above would need to be changed.