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Constructed Web Site Essay Examples

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Web Site Development Proposal
Web Site Proposal November 13, 1998 Executive Summary(rudimentary) I propose to develop a web site for anyone in the sunglass, contact lens, colored contact lens or laser vision correction market. The most important features included in this site must be: savings, convenience and top quality products. It is necessary to...
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A Marketing Report on The Benefit of Using a Website in Marketing Amalgamated Diversified Products' New Technology
TABLE OF CONTENTS LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL ii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS v LIST OF TABLES vi EXECUTIVE SUMMARY vii INTRODUCITON 1 Background 1 Statement of the Problem 1 Purposes of the Study 1 Scope of the study 2 PROCEDURES 2 Web Sites Divided into Four Categories 3 Criteria for Evaluating Company Web Sites 3 FINDING...
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Dealing with Troubles in College
When I first constructed this web site three years ago, I had no idea how much controversy it would cause. Honestly, I just wanted to post some of my own writing here. Soon, hundreds of students were e-mailing me their essays to add to my list. Along with essays, I received tons of mail from students who said they really...
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The Development and Design of a Basic Web Page
Motivator sentence: The development and design of a basic web page can be a fun yet tricky task. Thesis sentence: Whether it’s a large commercial web-site for business purposes, or a small personal web page about your hobby or family; the process of development is the same. Blueprint sentence: The three major steps leading...
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An Analysis of PBS as an Extremely Successful Entertainment and Educational Site
After visiting and examining the PBS Web site, I was able to conclude that it is an extremely successful entertainment and educational site. The Web site has won many substantial awards, including the prestigious "Webbie Award" in 1998 and 1999. According to a recent survey, fifty-six percent of users at the PBS W...
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A Executive Summary on Web Site Proposal
Web Site Proposal
November 13, 1998
Executive Summary(rudimentary)
I propose to develop a web site for anyone in the sunglass, contact lens, colored contact lens or laser vision correction market. The most important features included in this site must be: savings, convenience and top quality products. It is necessary to tie...
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The Much Awaited Success of Craftmania.com
“The success of craftmania.com” I started off a web site for handicrafts from Saudi Arabia and certain other eastern countries like India and Pakistan. The idea came to me as I went on different web sites for other products, so I thought why not try out something more creative like this. I always noticed how my Ameri...
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A Description of Web Advertising in Stage of Relative Infancy
Web Advertising
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Web advertising, not to mention the Internet itself, finds itself in a
stage of relative infancy and therefore provides marketers with novel
challenges and situations which need to be dealt with caution . The realm
of Web advertising is unchartered terri tory! In terms of South Africa,
the country find...
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The Parts of a Web Page and the Things to Consider When Creating the Web Content
ANATOMY OF A WEB PAGE A web page is an electronic document written in a computer language called HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language. Each web page has a unique address, called a URL, short for Uniform Resource Locator, which identifies its location on the network. A website has one or more related web pages, depen...
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4 pages
An Informative Paper on How To Do Web Publishing
Web Publishing
Web Publishing
Before the advent of the World Wide Web, the means to share opinions and ideas with others easily and inexpensively was limited to classroom, work, or social environments. Generating an advertisement or publication required a lot of expense. Today, Businesses and individuals can convey informat...
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The Website Elements and Review of Imagestream Site
Web Site Elements and Review of ImageStream Site As Patrick Lynch and Sarah Horton put aptly in their Web Style Guide (2002), many of the complex Web site creations from the past few years are like "1960s architecture" making users "wince and wonder how it could ever have been fashionable." ImageStream...
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A Summary of the Key Steps to Build a Respectible Web Site
In this paper I will demonstrate the key steps in order to build a respectible web site: First of all you must know these terms. WWW World Wide Web Web World Wide Web SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language--a standard for describing markup languages DTD Document Type Definition--this is the formal spe...
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An Essay on Web Site Development Routing and the Issues on Flash Technology
Web Site Development Routing and Flash Technology Issues As the world-wide-web technology has developed, the latest becoming HTML 5, having solid online presence and also identity have grown to be of extremely important importance. There is also a need of website development services to address several company needs....
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The Reasons Why a School Should Have a Web Site
Report on why a school should have a web site and why web site creation and design should be included in the school curriculum at Key Stage 3. This report is based on discussing the reasons why a school should have a web site and for the inclusion of the teaching of web site creation and design in the school curriculum at...
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A Summary of Kellogg's Strategy to Produce Companies' Websites
Kellogg’s strategy was to produce a web site provided specific product line and brand information to interested consumers. The page displays particular product descriptions, nutrition information, and recipes. Provided as well are company contacts allowing direct consumer response. Corporation facts and financial statements...
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An Overview of Web Advertising
Web advertising, not to mention the Internet itself, finds itself in a stage of relative infancy and therefore provides marketers with novel challenges and situations which need to be dealt with caution . The realm of Web advertising is unchartered terri tory! In terms of South Africa, the country finds itsef somewhat b...
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The Steps Involved in Creating a Webpage
My choice of an ideal job is a web page design technician. YOu make lots of money and you have fun with your job, being creative. Whether it’s a large commercial web-site for business purposes, or a small personal web page about your hobby or family; the process of making it is the same. There are three major steps leading...
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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Web Conferencing
Computer conferencing has stepped us forward into technology by making it possible for people to network across time and distance. Web conferencing uses a combination of voice communication and a network of computers to interact with different, multiple users. (Azuma) It enables us to instantly share our desktop with many p...
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How to Do Frames on Web Sites
How To Do Frames On Web Sites
How To Do Frames On Web Sites
Dividing a web page into frames is quite simple. Frames organize web pages by dividing them into rows or columns. The basic concept of frames is that each frame is a regular, complete html document. That means more than on one page is viewed in one single scree...
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An Introduction to the History of the World Wide Web
Web Class Room
How to Go From Class-Room to Web-Room as Painlessly as Possible
1.0 ABSTRACT Getting your course onto the World Wide Web (WWW) is best done
using a systematic approach. There are a number of steps that need to be taken
prior to starting any of the actual web work. Meetings should be held with
various groups w...
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The Development and Impact of Web Advertising
web advertising web advertising Web Advertising Web advertising, not to mention the Internet itself, finds itself in a stage of relative infancy and therefore provides marketers with novel challenges and situations which need to be dealt with caution . The realm of Web advertising is unchartered terri tory! In terms of So...
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The Improvements in Web Publishing Techniques
Web Publishing Before the advent of the World Wide Web, the means to share opinions and ideas with others easily and inexpensively was limited to classroom, work, or social environments. Generating an advertisement or publication required a lot of expense. Today, Businesses and individuals can convey information to million...
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A Project on Creating a Scientific Web Page
Making a Web Page For my science project I chose to create a web (internet) page, dealing with science. This project consists of using a computer and a html editor to create a page that can be found on the internet. The next paragraph will explain how to make an internet page. The steps to making a web page to post on the...
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A Review of the eHarmony Site and Its Theory Dimensions
eHarmony Review eHarmony, like every other dating website requires that you fill out a questionnaire. This was exhaustive and the questions were repetitive and mundane. Apparently, answering three hundred questions asking me the same five things in different ways can improve my compatibility with a complete stranger doin...
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An Overview of the Difference in Marketing on a B2C Site and B2B Site
B2C & B2B Page 2 Marketing differs on B2C & B2B sites Here in this paper I will explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. First let me explain the difference between B2C sites compared to a B2B sites. A B2C site is defined as a consumer shopping on the Web, often cal...
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