DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF organizational WEBSITE
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL WEBSITE
history OF THE STUDY
Website design is the process of conceptualising, planning, modelling, and executing electronic media content distribution via the internet in the form of technologies (such as mark languages) that can be interpreted and shown by a web browser or other web-based graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
The goal of web design is to develop a website (a collection of electronic files stored on one or more web servers) that, when requested, displays content (including interactive features or interfaces) to the end user in the form of web pages.
Text, forms, and bit-mapped pictures (GIFs, JPEGs, and PNGs) can all be added to a page using HTML, XHTML, or XML tags. Displaying more complicated media (vector graphics, animations, films, audio, etc.)
typically necessitates the use of plug-ins such as Flash, QuickTime, Java run-time environment, and so on. HTML or XHTML tags are also used to embed plug-ins into web pages.
The most recent standards and proposals attempt to enable diverse browsers to give a wide range of media and accessibility options to clients without the use of plug-ins.
Web pages are typically categorised as static or dynamic.
Static pages do not change their content or layout with each request unless manually updated by a human (webmaster or programmer).
Dynamic pages modify their content and/or appearance in response to end-user input or interaction, as well as changes in the computer environment (user, time, database revisions, and so on).
server-side scripting languages (PHP, ASP, PERL, ColdFusion, JSP, Python, and so forth) are frequently used to compile dynamic content.
In most complicated applications, both approaches are used. With increased specialisation in the fields of communication design and information technology,
there is a strong inclination to establish a distinct separation between web design for web pages and web development for overall logistics.
1.2 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The Fidei Polytechnic Resource Centre was founded in……
1.3 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Every day, millions of computer users use the internet, each using a different size display with a different resolution. The way each user sees your website's graphics differs depending on their screen, and there are no consistent criteria for making your site accessible to everyone.
The number of pixels displayed on your computer monitor, both vertically and horizontally, is referred to as screen resolution. It was not entirely the designer's fault if you ever visited a website that did not fit your screen,
forcing you to scroll to the right to see the rest of the page. The website was simply not designed for your screen resolution.
Until recently, the most common computer monitor had a resolution of 480 X 640. While today's popular monitors use a 1024 X 768 screen resolution, and most websites are optimised to be viewed on these higher resolution screens,
many people still surf the internet using this screen resolution. Those who continue to use lower resolution monitors will see the website differently from those for whom it was built.
Today's monitors provide computer users with a variety of screen resolutions, the lowest of which is 400 X 600. With some options, it might be difficult for users to choose the ideal settings, especially if they are unaware of the variations.
Visitors to your site who use low-resolution monitors will typically not view your whole page on their screen. To see the right portion of your page, they will have to scroll horizontally.
Those who use a higher screen resolution than what your site is built for may notice a little, thin strip, which can be rather annoying.
One of the issues noticed was the inability of the browser window and viewing systems.
Some viewing systems, for example, will offer a limited selection of fonts. This means that any custom fonts must be included within an image to be accessible to all users.
Another significant constraint is the type of browser used to view the page. Different browsers read display pictures and HTML slightly differently, which can result in the image being displayed inaccurately.
The biggest constraint is bandwidth, which refers to how rapidly information flows between the computer hosting your website (your Web server) and the visitor's computer.
Despite the fact that 56.6kbps modems and even 10Mbps cable modems are becoming increasingly widespread, many internet users still use 28.8kbps modems.
This means that the larger the size of your Web pages, the longer they will take to download and the less likely a visitor will stay to see them.
One of the most important jobs of a web designer is to give maximum material in the smallest possible file size. Graphics and animations consume a lot of data.
A screen-sized full-color photo can easily require 2 gigabytes of space, which would take around a half-hour to download on a PC with a 28.8kbps modem.
1.4 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
With the World Wide Web (WWW) revolution, information could be accessible from anywhere on the planet. Websites are being created by organisations, schools, people, and corporations.
After highlighting the effectiveness of the World Wide Web above, the researcher aims to place Fidei Polytechnic Network on the yellow pages, making it widely accessible all over the world in a matter of seconds.
1.5 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
A profession as a web designer can be lucrative in this age of electronic commerce. The demand for website designers is always increasing as more organisations strive to establish a web presence.
There are numerous website design firms that hire talented and top-tier web designers to provide their clients with appealing web portals that include gorgeous graphics and animated elements.
Finding a cheap web designer, on the other hand, is no longer a difficult endeavour; from the local community newspaper to the yellow pages, numerous web design companies provide enticing possibilities.
A professional website designer must always improve his skills and abilities in order to recognise what his visitors want.
There are various vocational training programmes for web designers, and these courses are often geared to provide a clear understanding of the market's current tools and technology.
There are numerous web design companies that provide low-cost web design, and it is also vital for web designers nowadays to keep design costs low.
As a result, balancing the quality and hours of effort required to generate the end product, i.e. the website, at a competitive fee is a difficult task.
There are still various web development companies that can provide efficient web presence solutions to schools/institutions. Self-study is required to select the best web development company.
We must keep in mind that choosing the wrong web design company can be a waste of money. More and more web design firms are now providing free domain names and email addresses.
Having an e-mail address with a suitable domain name is advantageous. We are currently one of the most important factors determining the future of any organisation. The popularity of internet commerce is growing, as is the demand for website designers.
1.6 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
Having a company website improves the following:
1. Efficient communication for members, scholars, activists, and prospective members.
2. Easy access to the administrative in the event that their office location is not in a specific country, area, or community.
3. Distribution of educational resources in the form of online/electronic articles to persons who can access them, with information relayed to appropriate parties.
4. Effective sharing of the organization's news and future events.
5. Improved teaching and learning methods.
6. To foster a knowledge of technology processes among new internet users who desire to learn about it.
1.7 SCOPE OF STUDY
This study is limited to the Green Lakes Peace Network online and does not provide an in-depth examination of its overall activities while evolving it into a global organisation accessible to billions of internet users worldwide.
1.8 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
This scientific project was fraught with obstacles. One of the constraints in carrying out this investigation was a lack of time.
Financial constraints also hampered the feasibility analysis of this project. Limitations in the amount of data that could be obtained were also a difficulty.
Power supply irregularities were also tough on the researcher.
Despite the issues indicated above, some data was collected and will be evaluated later.
1.9 ASSUMPTION OF THE STUDY
While researching for this project, I made the following assumptions:
1. I would be able to do this task before the deadline.
2. In the long run, this research would be available worldwide.
1.10 DEFINITION OF TERMS/VARIABLES
HTML stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language. Language is a client-side scripting language used in website development.
PHP is an abbreviation for Personal Home Page. Preprocessor for Hypertext. These languages collaborate closely with the Web server to read World Wide Web requests, process them, interact with other programmes on the server to fill the requests, and finally tell the Web server exactly what to serve to the client's browser.
sql – Structured Query Language, which is mostly used in database querying to retrieve, update, and evaluate data.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. A client-side scripting language that is used to style webpages for a better user experience.
ASP stands for active Server Pages. PHP is a server-side scripting language. These languages collaborate closely with the Web server to read World Wide Web requests, process them,
interact with other programmes on the server to fill the requests, and finally tell the Web server exactly what to serve to the client's browser.