When we are interested in having a website we must decide what type of site will meet the goals we achieve. If we only need to inform the visiting public of the products or services we offer sufficient choice to develop static web pages. If instead we want the visitor to interact with our website, then required to develop dynamic web pages. Logically a dynamic web page will take much longer to implement and therefore have a greater cost. A static website is one that is basically information, the visitor and webmaster can not interact with the page to alter its content. NOT use databases or programming is required.
To develop a static website is sufficient to use HTML. Below the structure could have a website that tries to present their products or services: 1. Main page with Flash header 2. Page “about us” 3. Shipping Policy page 4. Page FAQ 5.Contact page (address, telephone and electronic mail) 6. Payment page: Giro, courier service in July. Static product catalog: categories, subcategories, and items 8. An additional services page dynamic website is one that can interact with the visitor and / or Web administrator, and to modify the content of the page. Examples are: when the user can write a comment, choose the products and put them in a shopping cart, upload files or photos, etc.. In this case if you use databases and web programming is required. The language used may be one of the following: PHP, ASP, ASP.NET or Java.
Below the structure could have a website that intends to sell its products or services: 1.Pagina main header in Flash 2. Pages: About Us, FAQs and Shipping Policy 3. Contact page (Contact Form) 4. Payment page: Credit card, money order, bank deposit or transfer 5. Dynamic products catalog: categories, subcategories and articles 6. Cart Program 7. Register to buy online customers in August. Management Panel to query and update products, customers and freight 9. Monitoring Panel for use cliente10 orders. Connecting to payment gateway (2CheckOut or chosen) for online payments.