Create a dynamic, up-to-date website
The web phase characterized by the Ability for the user to interact with the website, modifying the contents of web pages is called Web 2.0, and it is at this stage that the dynamic websites. But let’s look in detail at what dynamic sites are, what types exist, and what advantages and disadvantages there are in making web pages of this type over static ones.
A dynamic website differs from a static website by the ability to be updated and managed independently through a control panel. Thus, compared to a static website, a dynamic website has web pages whose content is generated in real time. All this is made possible by the use of a scripting language-such as, for example, PHP-and to databases such as MySQL, for storing data.
Nowadays, most websites are characterized by dynamism, as dynamic sites are easier to manage than static ones, which have, instead, the need to be updated by going to work on the code.
This means that each page must be opened through an editor, edited and saved manually each time a change is made. Dynamic websites, on the other hand, generate their own content by taking data from a database.
1. Definition of graphics
A dynamic website is built together with the client based on the specific needs, both graphically and in terms of the site structure/menu structure.
During an initial brief with the client, all requirements are received, and from these the Web Designers create a first graphic draft of the homepage and some subpages-both in desktop and mobile formats-that are submitted to the client for approval.
2. Menu definition and content creation
Together with the client, the site tree, which includes all the various sections/menu items, and the type of content is defined. Based on the menu items, the client then provides the text and images to be included on the site.
If included in the selected commercial offering, content can be produced by our Web Content Specialists.
3. WordPress site computer implementation
Once graphics and content are defined, we proceed with the actual computer programming phase of the website, carried out by professional programmers.
At the end of this phase, the site will be ready and it will be possible to proceed with uploading content.
4. Entering content
Once the site has been delivered, we need to proceed with the inclusion of content (text and images), concluding this phase with a fine-tuning of all details together with the client.
This is where the staging phase ends, and we need to proceed with online staging.
5. domain and e-mail
To proceed with getting online, the target domain must be established:
6. Go-Live of the
Once the inclusion of content is completed, with the client’s approval we proceed with putting the site online. The timeline for go-live is about 24 hours.
In the case of domain transfer, temporary disruptions in the operation of mailboxes may be encountered and it is, therefore, necessary to identify the most suitable time for the customer to go online.
co2 neutral websites
Always sensitive to sustainability and issues of social concern, we are among the first Italian professional website creation agencies to develop CO2 Neutral sites to combat pollution and reduce carbon dioxide emissions into the environment.
In fact, the management of web hosting services also contributes to air pollution; for this reason, Spada Media Group has decided to join the Tree-Nation program to combat deforestation, climate change.
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Spada Media Group
Spada Media Group is a web agency with long experience and specialization in business and professional website creation. The agency team guarantees its clients quality service that includes: