A website is no more a matter of just being fancy. It has evolved into a business requirement with its vast revenue generating and communication facilities. Consumers have got hooked on to the web. Provided that these advances are exploited in the right way, a business establishment can add to its prospects.
Whether you are a small or medium sized business, or a corporate/ government body, affordable and efficient web design from DevPlus is guaranteed. For small businesses, the Internet gives you an equal opportunity to compete with larger established companies. In fact, we have been providing affordable web design services to small & medium sized business, as the web is probably the best place for small businesses to be in.
Choosing which type of website will best suit a business’s current and future needs can be a tricky decision. Website developers may be inclined to persuade clients in choosing a website which is more complicated than they require, either because it will be easier to build or generate a larger profit for the developer. Search engine optimization practitioners will usually advocate choosing the simplest form of website which suits the company’s needs, as less complex sites are easier to optimize and generally perform better.
Technologies we use
The common types of websites from which a business will have to make a choice are:
Dynamic website rely on server side scripting to provided advanced interactivity and usually use a database to deliver the content for individual pages. A dynamic website will be required to allow users to sort and search records, or to restrict access to parts of the website using a log-in procedure. Generating website pages on the fly, using a database to store and deliver content, is an efficient way of managing a large site, with maintenance and updating generally much easier than for a comparable static site.
Content Managed Websites
A content managed website is a further refinement of the database driven dynamic site. The content management system provides a password protected interface through which users can add, edit and remove content from the site. A content management system is particularly useful in the case of large sites which have numerous contributors, some of whom may be working from remote locations.
An eCommerce website is a dynamic website which has the functionality to process financial transactions. Most eCommerce websites are built to mimic a bricks and mortar store and use the model of stock pages, shopping basket system and checkout, using a secure online payment system. Many eCommerce sites also include a content management system, so that product details can be added or updated, and some include advanced features such as automated stock control.