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  1. 1. Websites<br />University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla Campus English Department<br />Prepared by:<br />Ashley C. Paz Figueroa<br />Prof. Mary Moore<br />TEED 3035<br />
  2. 2. WEBSITES<br /><ul><li>A website is an assortment of web pages, that is, credentials accessible via the World Wide Web on the Internet. The pages of a website will be accessed from a universal root URL, the homepage or index page, and usually reside on the indistinguishable substantial server.
  3. 3. The URLs of the pages systematize them into a pecking order, although the hyperlinks between them have power over how the reader is memorable with the overall construction</li></li></ul><li>WEB PAGE<br />A web page is a file that is normally written in a language called HTML. HTML stands for hypertext markup language. HTML is a scripting language in which you can code things on the page like b for bold, and u for underline. You can even use notepad to edit any one of these html files. If you want to see what HTML looks like. Open your browser, go to your favorite website, and click view source. This will show you the HTML of your webpage. In any case, your web browser read the HTML file and spit back a nice looking formatted webpage. When you go to a website by typing in the URL which is basically an address to a file on a web server.<br />
  4. 4. TYPE OF WEBSITES<br />
  5. 5. Corporate Web Sites:<br />Corporate Web Sites are shaped to acquaint with people regarding a company services. They may be simple or very complex with multimedia and attention-grabbing graphics. They can be considered commercial Informational Web Sites. Informational Web Sites used to put in the picture about the company and its strategy.<br />
  6. 6. Commercial Websites:<br /> The sites almost always contain all of the information and features of commerce. Commerce may be the purchase and sale of a specific product or service by a business or organization. Commerce sites run the array from uncomplicated sites that portray products, services, or member benefits and invite people to contact the business or organization to full "e-commerce sites" which allow individuals visiting the site to shop and make acquire directly on the Web. These more refined sites will have the ability to take your order, verify your credit card number and cash availability and process your order for delivery almost immediately.<br />
  7. 7. Informational Websites:<br /> A Website that is anticipated to provide information that is beneficial to visitors and the organization or business that it serves. This Website is not considered a commercial site, although it may inspire some commerce by desirable quality of the information enclosed in it. Websites provides a dominant and economical way to correspond with many people. Whether you have something to pronounce or to put on the market, the internet allocates you to get in touch with the individuals you want to reach without a place of money, effort or powerful links.<br />
  8. 8. Steps to Create Your Website<br />Step 1: Reserve Your Domain NameYou cannot create a website without owning a domain name. It is the address and foundation of any website.<br />Step 2:  Select a Web Hosting SolutionAfter you've registered your domain name, you need to select a company to host your site so you can create your web pages.  Read this article to find out how to choose the option that's best for you.<br />Step 3: Create Your Web PagesYou can either learn HTML, use an HTML editor or use the free website tools provided by your web hosting company.<br />
  9. 9. Advantages of a website<br />The information is available to be accessed by anyone, anywhere, anytime. <br />The site creator/author doesn’t need to be present when someone is retrieving information<br />The information within a site can be quickly accessed. There is no need to sift through several pages. <br />
  10. 10. THINGS THAT YOU CAN DO:<br />Information is easy to gather and print selectively. <br />Easy to use the information to create your own resource. <br />Saves a trip to the library. <br />You can peruse the information at leisure taking as much time as needed. <br />The site may provide links to other sites on the same topic. <br />
  11. 11. Advantages<br />The author can usually be contacted through an emailing address or a message board connected to the site. <br />The site can be updated to always provide the latest information. <br />You can look at more than one page or source at the one time by having numerous windows. <br />There is no need to carry a hard copy of information with you. (No heavy book)<br />
  12. 12. Disadvantages<br />Information may be interpreted incorrectly or used inappropriately. <br />The information on the site may not be reliable. <br />A connection to the web is needed to access the information, which will be impossible if a computer and connection is not available.<br />Because it is not “published” or authorized by a reputable source, the site may be disregarded as inaccurate. <br />It may be difficult for researchers to locate, especially if there are many similar sites. <br />
  13. 13. Disadvantages<br />Site may be difficult to use if experience with the internet is limited. <br />It may be difficult to reach your target audience. <br />Because the author is not present when others are retrieving information there is no opportunity to ask questions or have things explained in greater detail etc. <br />The site may go down or the computer may crash. <br />
  14. 14. Opinion <br />The websites bring together a vast array of knowledge and thinking from many disciplines in science in order to give you, the reader, a full understanding of what is happening in the natural world around you.<br />
  15. 15. THE END!<br />