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Online Success Depends much upon terrific web design. It requires competitive analusis, demographic studies, achievable objectives, visual strategies, content plans, cost effective site search engineering link recruting online and offline promotions - training process intercreator and measurable results for clients from small timers to large corporate houses. This is what we precisely stress upon.

We offer diffrent Services in website Designing

>  Static Website

>  Dynamic Website

>  Flash Website

>  Ecommerce Website

Static Website

A static website contains Web pages with fixed content. Each page is coded in HTML and displays the same information to every visitor. Static sites are the most basic type of website and are the easiest to create. Unlike dynamic websites, they do not require any Web programming or database design. A static site can be built by simply creating a few HTML pages and publishing them to a Web server.

Since static Web pages contain fixed code, the content of each page does not change unless it is manually updated by the webmaster. This works well for small websites, but it can make large sites with hundreds or thousands of pages difficult to maintain. Therefore, larger websites typically use dynamic pages, which can be updated by simply modifying a database record. Static sites that contain a lot of pages are often designed using templates. This makes it possible to update several pages at once, and also helps provide a consistent layout throughout the site.

Dynamic Website

Dynamic websites contain Web pages that are generated in real-time. These pages include Web scripting code, such as PHP or ASP. When a dynamic page is accessed, the code within the page is parsed on the Web server and the resulting HTML is sent to the client's Web browser.

Most large websites are dynamic, since they are easier to maintain than static websites. This is because static pages each contain unique content, meaning they must be manually opened, edited, and published whenever a change is made. Dynamic pages, on the other hand, access information from a database. Therefore, to alter the content of a dynamic page, the webmaster may only need to update a database record. This is especially helpful for large sites that contain hundreds or thousands of pages. It also makes it possible for multiple users to update the content of a website without editing the layout of the pages.

Dynamic websites that access information from a database are also called database-driven websites.

Flash Website

While "Flash" was the name of a popular superhero in the 1970s, today the term refers to something completely different. When you see Flash on the Web, it most likely refers to Adobe Flash, a multimedia technology. Flash allows Web developers to incorporate animations and interactive content into their websites.

Flash was originally released by Macromedia in 1996. It began as a basic animation tool and an optional plug-in for Web browsers. Over the next decade, Flash gained many new features and became a standard plugin included with nearly all Web browsers. In 2005, Adobe acquired Macromedia and took over development of the Flash technology. Today, Flash continues to be a ubiquitous Web standard and is included with all major Web browsers.

Because Flash animations can incorporate text and vector graphics, they typically don't take up a lot of disk space. The contents of a Flash animation may also be compressed to further reduce the file size. This makes it possible for Flash content to be downloaded relatively quickly. Still, large Flash animations may still take a few seconds to load in your browser. Therefore, when you open a Web page and see a "Loading..." animation, it usually means Flash content is being downloaded to your computer.

To view Flash content in your Web browser, the Flash plug-in must be installed. While Flash is automatically installed with most browsers today, some animations may require an updated version of Flash to run. Fortunately, you can download the latest Flash plug-in and standalone Flash Player for free from Adobe's website.

Ecommerce Website

"The paperless exchange of important business information that takes place using various communication means such as e-mail, fax transmissions, electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic bulletin boards or forums, and electronic funds transfer is known as e-commerce."

E-commerce refers to the online/internet shopping, selling of soft goods/merchandise, business-to-business (b2b) transactions, and online stocks & bond transactions.

Simply put E-commerce stands for "electronic commerce". In simple terms, E-commerce is an innovative process that entails "buying and selling of products through websites on the internet" instead of the normal shopping-at-the-store offline. E-commerce is the pre-eminent online buzzword for business.